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“He Will Rule South Africa For 12 Years” - Prophet Samuel Akinbodunse Of FANO TV Prophesied Cyril Ramaphosas's Victory

  



Interestingly, the prophecy of South African based Nigeria Prophets , Samuel Akinbodunse of Freedom for all Nation Outreach (FANO) concerning the mind of God towards South Africa, African National Congress and the next president of South Africa has been fulfilled.

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On the 12th of November , 2017 , God revealed to him concerning the ANC Congress and the republic of South Africa, he warned that ANC should put it right by bringing out a male candidate as it was not time for South Africa to have a female president.

In his words; “South Africa pray, a woman will rise to lead south Aftica but not in this situation, a woman like Deborah will come but not now”.


Again on 17th of  November, he emphasised and made it clearer; “This is the mind of God, this is  Ramaphosa on the seat. If ANC want to follow the mind of God, the time of woman to lead is still coming but God said if Cyril Ramaphosa can worship him in fear, he will rule this country for 12 years starting from 2018”.

                                 

Surprisingly, the Prophecy is already unfolding as Comrade Cyril Ramaphosa emerged as the President of the African National Congress after an election Process, beating the current President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma.



After an acrimonious but well-planned congress of South Africa’s ruling African National Congress, ANC, the Vice President of the country, Cyril Ramaphosa was elected the new leader of the party.

Of the over 4800 delegates who voted in the congress, tainted by allegations of vote-buying and rigging, 2,440 voted for the 65-year-old businessman to edge out his closest rival, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, 68, an ex-wife of incumbent, Jacob Zuma.


With his emergence as the President of the ANC, Mr. Ramaphosa is expected to take over as the leader of the country from Mr. Zuma. The ANC dominates the country’s parliament.

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