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Again, Prophet TB Joshua's 2020 Prophecy Comes To Pass, As Russian Opposition Leader's Poisoning Got Confirmed


An “unequivocal proof” that Alexei Navalny, Russia’s main opposition leader and one of President Vladimir Putin’s fiercest critics, was indeed poisoned, has been obtained.

The proof, according to reports was obtained by German scientists.

It would be recalled that Navalny, 44, has been in a medically induced coma since August 20th 2020 after he fell suddenly ill on a flight back to Moscow from Siberia. 

He was subsequently airlifted to Germany for emergency treatment.

“This is disturbing information about the attempted murder through poisoning against a leading Russian opposition figure,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel told a news conference, disclosing that traces of Novichok, a Soviet-era chemical weapon, was found in his system.

While Russia is denying involvement in the attack, European Union officials are weighing up how to respond and the appropriate action to be taken against Russia.

The poisoning of Navalny clearly coincides with the prophecy given by Nigerian Prophet TB Joshua on December 28, 2019 when he gave a message regarding the year 2020.

“Russia should pray for their leader to avert his being on the sickbed,” Joshua said in his eighth prophecy for the year which he ‘prophetically’ termed ‘The Year Of Humility’. “Something will surface. There is a ladder to go up – if this is averted.” 

Navalny is well-known to be Putin’s biggest political rival with the Wall Street Journal describing him as “the man Vladimir Putin fears most”.

He has been arrested on several occasions for his activist activities and gained international prominence for organising large demonstrations against corruption in Putin’s regime.

Several other events of international relevance recently have correlated with Joshua’s 2020 prophecy, including the passing of US actor Chadwick Boseman and the resignation of Japanese President Shinzo Abe.


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