TB Joshua Prophet predicted Brexit in 2011 [VIDEO]

Britain on Thursday, June 23, 2016 voted to leave the European Union, sending shock waves through the financial system.

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Prophet TB Joshua, General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations

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Prophet TB Joshua, General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) in 2011 predicted the exit of Britain from the European Union (EU), a video published by Emmanuel TV suggests.

In the said video, the prophet is heard saying many countries will leave the European Union because Euro, the single European currency that binds European communities will be affected.

"We pray for this European community because I see the Euro which holds them together will be affected and many countries will want to go back," he said.

Britain on Thursday, June 23, 2016 voted to leave the European Union, sending shock waves through the financial system.

This settles a long-standing controversy in Britain as to whether or not the UK should continue to be a part of the EU or not. The discontent for the EU membership seems to stem from issues surrounding immigration and employment.

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Meanwhile, Ghana’s Finance Minister, Seth Terkper has said government has been preparing for the possible impact of Britain’s EU exit on Ghana’s economy.

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Ghana’s Finance Minister, Seth Terkper

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The Finance Minister believes the implications will be both positive and negative, which means government and the Bank of Ghana will have to take strategic steps to minimize the risks and increase the opportunities.

“This [the exit] will have both positive and negativ e implications for us. On one hand, we are a net importer of crude so prices falling will be good. But on the other hand, we depend on gold prices and we need that to stabilize. So the Finance Ministry and the Bank of Ghana have been assessing ways to mitigate the effects on that front”, Mr. Tekper said in an interview with Citi FM.

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