Apostle Francis Amoako Attah Predicted Boris Johnsons Resignation

Apostle Francis Amoako Attah

It has emerged that the resignation of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was revealed by the Founder and General Overseer of Parliament Chapel International (PCI) in Ghana, Apostle Francis Amoako Attah some months ahead of time.

The man of God who has earned the name THE SEER, for the accuracy in his prophesies, told his congregation during a Sunday church service that, prominent people including Presidents will come under serious attack, which will lead to some stepping down from their positions.

“Prominent people are under attack,” he said.

He revealed that he has been preaching this message since October last year that some governments are going to be under attack.

He specifically revealed that “Boris Johnson is going to be under attack. If care is not taken, he will be forced to resign.”

However, true to his words, the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday announced his resignation as Conservative party leader following a wave of government resignations.

Boris Johnson said, “It is clearly now the will of the parliamentary Conservative party that there should be a new leader of that party and therefore a new prime minister. I’d agreed with Sir Graham Brady, the chairman of our backbench MPs, that the process of choosing that new leader should begin now. And the timetable will be announced next week. So I want to say to the millions of people who voted for us in 2019, many of them voted Conservative, for the first time. Thank you for that incredible mandate. The biggest Conservative majority, since 1987.”

Although Boris Johnson wished he stayed and fight, he said the avalanche of resignations from government ministers continued through to Thursday, with letter after letter criticizing the scandal-hit leader implored him to step down.

Boris Johnson won a landslide victory in December 2019 on the promise of delivering a Brexit deal and leading the UK to a bright future outside the European Union.

Johnson has faced numerous scandals that have hit his standing in the polls — despite his 80-seat landslide general election victory less than three years ago.

These include accusations of using donor money inappropriately to pay for a refurbishment of his Downing Street home and ordering MPs to vote in such a way that would protect a colleague who had breached lobbying rules.

Meanwhile, comments coming in on social media see his resignation as another prophesy come-true from Apostle Francis Amoako Attah.


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