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Survivor Of Boko Haram Gwoza Police Training College Attack Testifies In T.B. Joshua’s Church

Story was sent in by Ihechukwu Njoku – a freelance Nigerian journalist…

The widely reported Boko
Haram insurgency attack on Wednesday 20th August 2014 at a Nigerian
Police training college in Gwoza, Borno State left few survivors. Omereji
Friday, a Rivers State indigene who was present at the scene of the bloody
onslaught, attributes his own survival to Divine protection.  

Speaking at The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations
(SCOAN) in Lagos, Nigeria on Sunday 31st August 2014, the mobile
police officer explained that he was stationed in Nasarawa State when informed
that a training exercise was to be conducted in Gwoza, Borno State.
Before embarking on the journey, Friday, who spoke in
pidgin English during his testimony, called his wife to inform her. “My wife
nearly fell down,”
he explained, stating she insisted he visit her before
going on the exercise.

Omereji’s wife warned him of the dangers of the area
in light of the recent activities of Boko Haram insurgents but the policeman
seemed unperturbed by the dangers.
“We quarrelled in the house and she told me if I did
not go to Synagogue Church first, there would be trouble,”
he
explained to the congregation.
Reluctantly agreeing with his wife and not by means of
any personal conviction, Friday decided to visit T.B. Joshua’s renowned church
in Lagos, Nigeria before his journey to Gwoza
Arriving in Lagos late on Sunday 17th
August 2014, church activities at The SCOAN were about to cease. “I met one
young man from South Sudan and introduced myself as a Nigerian police officer,”
Omereji continued.
Although the service had finished, Friday pleaded with
his newly made foreign acquaintance to give him something from the church he
could take with him for the journey.  
“He gave me the ‘Anointing Sticker’ which he was with
and I put it in my pocket,”
he continued.  Arriving back home, Friday’s wife
told him to promise her that he would keep the ‘sticker’ which bore the message
‘Let love lead’ around his neck next to his ID card at all times during the
journey as she didn’t want to end up a widow.
Arriving at the military camp in Gwoza on Monday
heavily armed, two days of training exercises were conducted hitch-free. “On
Wednesday, our ‘oga’ told us to go and drop our arms and ammunition at a
certain place before the exercise.”
According to Omereji, the policemen saw a helicopter
hovering over their area on an apparent surveillance mission later on that day.
They reported to their seniors but were told not to be alarmed.
It was when the training exercise of that day was
concluded and the policemen were back in their lodging that Boko Haram
militants struck.
Friday recalled the hellish incident: “Suddenly,
they called us to grab our guns. If you see how rain used to fall, that was how
the bullets were falling. The person next to me was hit by a bullet and died in
my presence. I fell down and began crawling.
Our dormitory caught fire.
Five armoured tanks were approaching with sophisticated weapons.”
He quickly remembered his wife’s words and clutched
the Anointing Sticker he kept around his neck. “I began to shout, ‘God of
T.B. Joshua, where are you? Come and save me.’ ”
Bullets were raining
around him but surprisingly none hit.
“I crawled to the high wall of the camp. I saw an
officer attempting to climb over hit by a bullet and die instantly.”
The wall was
higher than an ordinary jump could reach by human capacity. “As I prayed, I
jumped and don’t know what pushed me up over the wall.”
However, the danger was far from over. As Friday began
to run, he heard the sound of yet more heavy artillery. People to his left and
right were collapsing but the policeman kept running. Miraculously, he escaped
to safety.
“It was a warfront. I was the only person I know of
who survived this Boko Haram attack,”
he soberly concluded. “This
Anointing Sticker is powerful!”
In his comments, T.B. Joshua reiterated his previous
assertion that Boko Haram was the challenge of Nigeria and not Ebola.  He
further warned that infiltration from foreign militants had already occurred
within Boko Haram, hence their sophisticated weaponry.
The prophet further released some alarming prophetic
messages related to events to come around the world. He warned airlines not to
fly over the volatile Russian and Ukrainian region, stating that he saw the
crash of another commercial plane.
He specified the European nation of Poland needed
prayer, stating that calamitous events would soon unfold there.
 
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Joshua further stated that US President Barack Obama
would soon be rushed to hospital over a health concern and should not undergo
an operation. He warned United Kingdom to secure their country in the middle
and ending of September in light of the recent security warning issued because
of the threat of ISIS militants.

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