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Meet Nigeria Popular Prophet who said he saw red card against South Africa days before the match trends online

Popular Nigerian Prophet’s Remarkable Premonition Comes True: South Africa Receives Red Card in Semifinal Match with Nigeria

Thursday, 8th February, 2024.

In a stunning turn of events, the prophetic vision of a popular Nigerian prophet, Jeremiah Fufeyin, has astounded football fans worldwide as his prediction of a red card for South Africa in the semifinal match materialized.

PapaJ as he is fondly called, is the General Overseer of The Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry with headquarters in warri, delta state Nigeria in a clip now trending on the Internet had confidently proclaimed his foresight days before the match, stirring curiosity among football enthusiasts. As Nigeria emerged victorious in a penalty shootout, the man of God’s prophecy has garnered widespread attention across all social media platforms.

Fufeyin’s global prophecy on the red card for South Africa went viral, capturing the attention of football fans and believers alike. His accurate prediction, coupled with Nigeria’s subsequent penalty victory, further solidified the prophet’s credibility and sparked a wave of discussion on the power of divine insights.

According to social media user @Nene_Okafor ” I actually saw the red card against South Africa video, but he didn’t mention that Nigeria would win na, but he said he saw red card for against South Africa tho”
another user @bontangalfred “Immediately South Africa got that red card my mind went straight PapaJ vision, nice one Prophet Jeremiah Fufeyin…”

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The highly-anticipated semifinal match took place last night between Nigeria and South Africa. However, prior to the clash, it was Fufeyin’s profound prediction that took center stage. The reverend’s words, stating he “saw a red card against South Africa and a penalty victory,” quickly spread across various platforms, heightening anticipation among fans.

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