LOUD WHISPERS: My Prophecies for 2018

In January last year, I wrote an article called Prophecies and Common Sense. It was basically a rant against fake prophets and their prophecies who show up at this time of the year. A friend of mine jokingly asked a few days ago if I would be making any prophecies for 2018 since this is a rather lucrative business, with millions of potential customers. I made some predictions of my own in 2017 and here are some of them:

  • Across Africa, there will be many car accidents due to the bad state of the roads. Relevant local, state and federal governments should fix the roads.

This came to pass

  • There will be millions of unemployed people in our countries. All relevant stakeholders need to work hard to improve our economies and generate jobs.

This came to pass

  • Many will not have enough food to eat. Our governments should take food security seriously. We all need to farm something.

This came to pass

  • Women will continue to be marginalised and discriminated against. I see million women marches in at least twenty African countries.

The first part of this prophecy came to pass. The marches have not happened, but I have a revelation on that which I will share.

  • I see elections taking place in Kenya, Liberia, Angola, Rwanda. It has been revealed to me that President Paul Kagame will win a third seven-year term in Rwanda.

As you can see, what was revealed to me about President Kagame came to pass. I saw a football in connection with the Liberian elections back then, but I did not understand it. Now it is clear that it was an indication that the election in Liberia would be won by a footballer.

Now that I have established my bona fides as a somewhat reliable Prophetess, here are my revelations for 2018. Remember that what is being shared here is what was received in the spirit. If there is a negative prophecy, it can be prevented with prayers, fasting, and heeding instructions. If all fails, just go to sleep and the foretold problem will disappear before you wake up.

1. President Donald Trump will win a Nobel Prize in 2018.

It is not clear if the prize will be for Peace or Literature. After President Trump pissed off an entire continent of 54 countries by calling them ‘Sh….holes’, the Nobel Committee will note that this statement inspired the end of all wars and conflict in Africa, returned all Africa’s looted resources, triggered billions of dollars in additional Chinese investments, and forced millions of Africans in the Diaspora to return to their various countries to dig them out of said ‘Sh…holes’. The implications for Africa’s growth and development will be so profound, that the Nobel Committee will state in their notice of award, ’The Committee is always on the lookout for new ways of securing peace and advancement. It has never occurred to us that the use of profanity by a word leader could have such an impact by driving a continent to reach a consensus on proving to the world that their countries are indeed not ‘Sh…..holes’. It is also possible for the Nobel Prize Committee to take a less controversial route and simply award President Trump the Nobel Prize for Literature for ‘Creating an enviable body of work that has started a global debate on the place and use of obscene language in leadership, as well as the introduction of exciting new words such as Covfefe which will inspire generations to come’.

2. There will be an end to the herdsmen clashes

Hmmmmm. What I am seeing here is that in 2018, member States of ECOWAS will come together again to attempt to address the perennial problem of clashes between herdsmen and farmers in their respective countries. Nigeria in particular will see a major breakthrough with a zero-tolerance approach to the brazen killing of innocent citizens and the wanton destruction of property. Reason will prevail and a lasting solution will be found so that farmers can farm in peace, herdsmen can feed their cattle in designated places and there will be no more discussion about the life of a cow being more important than that of a human being. For this prophecy to come to pass, issues such as politics, ethnicity and religion need to be set aside and men and women of sound mind and intent should come together to chart a way forward. If this warning is not heeded, Nigeria will become an ‘F.K.A’ country.  FKA means ‘Formerly Known As’.

3. The #MeToo campaign will arrive in Africa

In 2018, the famous #MeToo campaign will gather momentum in several African countries such as Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa. These countries will record the highest number of cases because they have many social media users which will help the spread of the campaign. This campaign will bring an end to impunity and the rampant abuse of women by men in positions of authority.  I see so many big heads rolling that men will start wearing T-shirts with #NotMe in order not to get into trouble. Some of the more enterprising women will seek cash settlements. There will be so many #MeToo cases to settle that some hustler husbands will start asking their wives, ‘Why are you not #MeToo’?

4. The Women’s March

Last year, I saw thousands of women gathering, preparing to march in protest but it did not happen as I had predicted because God wanted to leave room for the wrongs to be addressed. Now it has been revealed to me that in 2018, this march will take place. I am not sure how many countries it will take place in but I am sure about Nigeria. Women will protest against discrimination, killing of their husbands and children by state and non-state actors, sexual violence, unemployment and exclusion from decision-making. This march should be taken seriously. I advise all leaders to listen to what the women have to say. During this period, activities in ‘the other room’ will be put on hold.

5. Husbands should be more careful

Verily verily I say unto you, he who has ears, let him hear. God frowns on fornication and adultery. The fact that God looks the other way when you sin does not mean he has not seen you. O shabalalakurumatagidi! If God decides to lift his hand against all fornicators, there will be no one left in the land. Therefore, I have been asked to tell all husbands to be careful. If your religion allows you a quota of one, stick to it. If you are allowed four, face them and stop unnecessary addition and subtraction. Husbands, change your ways, may sudden death never be your portion.

6. A special message for Nigerian politicians

My prophetic ministry is international. However, I have a special message for Nigerian politicians. This is your year. This is the time for you to shine and put your enemies to shame. Can I hear a big Amen? Amen! This year, you will ‘empower’ many people in your constituency, especially the delegates who will vote in your primaries. You will buy many cars, motorcycles, sewing machines, freezers, Ankara and bags of rice. Somebody reading this is going to Mecca! Somebody reading this is going to Jerusalem! If you are a politician and you are reading this, know that this year, your path will be straight. You will achieve your heart’s desire. EFCC will not know your address! No court will disqualify you! Your list of delegates will not be changed! Your enemies will not turn your Godfather or Godmother away from you! You will not decamp from frying pan to fire! All you need to do is pray six hours a day, fast for five days in a week and give alms to all the poor in your neighborhood. Now, I know you are very busy, and you might not have the time to pray for so long or fast for so many days, you will become weak and start fainting in public and your enemies will rejoice. So, I have a solution for you. I will do the praying, fasting and distribution of alms on your behalf. I will do it for free, but God likes it when you show appreciation.

Now I am tired. All this prophesying is stressful. Yet, who am I? I am only a vessel. I have to pass on the messages I have received. If you need my services, I will send my account details and you can pay in any currency of your choice, my ministry has accounts in Naira, Dollars, Pounds and Euro. It shall be well with you this year.

 

Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi is a Gender Specialist, Social Entrepreneur and Writer. She is the Founder of Abovewhispers.com, an online community for women. She can be reached at BAF@abovewhispers.com

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18 Responses to LOUD WHISPERS: My Prophecies for 2018

  1. Olakunle Olajide January 15, 2018 at 4:04 pm

    These prophesies are actually intriguing. I really hope fornication can stop because it is becoming a norm gradually in the society. How i wish our Nigerian politicians would actually fast and pray to get insights and revelations into doing the right things or perhaps they are just being ignorant of the truth.
    If Donald Trump should win a Nobel Peace Price then this world would end soon.

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  2. Femi Diipo January 15, 2018 at 5:15 pm

    Lol, I still remember your last year prophesies and this year’s own are even more intriguing. May God bless your ministry ma’am, and may those warned heed the warnings and those that need to take actions take the necessary action. This is gonna be a great year for us all

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  3. Dom Dom January 15, 2018 at 5:19 pm

    These are indeed words of a prophetess. Well done ma’am, may your ministry continue to grow from strength to strength.

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  4. DSEED January 17, 2018 at 10:53 am

    Mama prophecy are funny. Thou well said. More strength ma. These are actual prophecy that came me solution.

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  5. Nathan Bassey January 18, 2018 at 9:12 am

    Indeed these are prophetic words. They are came to pass and I see all the new ones coming to pass now because we have the signs already. Though, we all know that there is no greater prophets than Women in this world.

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  6. Bolanle Olatan January 18, 2018 at 9:16 am

    Mama The Prophet! Yes o, all the words came to pass last year and I can boldly say that in my community, prophecy no 5 has started coming to pass o. The way women are taking a No for an answer now, it is very intriguing. A woman in my vicinity whose husband has been hitting her for a long time, suddenly got fed up took him to court and now the man has been convicted. She was given all the man has and she left with the children. We didn’t expect this at all. All the men in the community now have suddenly become so gentle when speaking to any woman at all.

    Mama I need your services o. Where can we send some dollars to?

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  7. Gloria Olaniyi January 18, 2018 at 9:17 am

    Lol. Funny but very valid. Salient points made and only the wise will decode every word bit by bit. You are indeed a prophet ma. These signs are happening already.

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  8. Victor Udoh January 18, 2018 at 9:20 am

    I was waiting for something like this since the year started and I am happy that the Spirit brought it finally {lol}. God bless your prophetic ministry ma. Concerning the fulani herdsmen challenge in this country, you have said it all, if ethnicity, religious tents will be set aside then we will resolve this matter or else, Nigeria will break apart and that is one thing we hate to happen to us.

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  9. colette idris January 18, 2018 at 9:23 am

    Words of wisdom. Words that cannot be unbroken. Everyone who’s got eyes can see these signs already. I look forward to the women’s march. I anticipate it dearly because I want to join the march and I hope other women won’t fold their arms.

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  10. Lauretta Idemudia January 18, 2018 at 9:26 am

    My very first time here and it’s been worth the read. A friend bought the Loud Whispers book for me and I finished it in two days after that, I traced the site. Thanks for the gift of your writing and I never knew you are also a prophetess {lol}. I look forward to these prophetic utterances coming to pass.

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  11. Victoria E January 18, 2018 at 9:30 am

    Serious prophetic utterances that will spring up a new birth across the world. Great words mama and I look forward to taking part in the women’s march. Let me also be a part of the fulfillment of these prophetic words.

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  12. Olaniyi Desmond January 18, 2018 at 9:32 am

    How can we send money across to you ma, the great prophet ou time. Your ministry will continue to blossom and you will live long and live healthy!

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  13. Ololade Mathews January 18, 2018 at 9:34 am

    God bless you mama. Concerning the Rwanda presidency thing, I also had that feeling sometime last week that this man won’t want to leave power. He will want to extend his tenure. It’s not new, it’s not strange either. We know they will always want to die there like their placenta was dug in there when they got in that position.

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  14. Buchi January 18, 2018 at 9:36 am

    Hmmph! Mr Donald Trump! I won’t be surprised because that statement made stirred up the engagements of the high and mighty and if that will make them do the right thing, he deserves the Nobel Prize!

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  15. Bisi Alawode January 18, 2018 at 9:38 am

    Oh My Gosh! Mama please take water and relax o. Thanks for being a vessel unto honour and I tap into this prophetic ministry o. How can I send my doe so I can also benefit from this ministry? Loool. We love you mama.

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  16. Samuel January 19, 2018 at 12:15 pm

    The prophecies for 2018 are here.
    We follow in anticipation as all unfolds.
    I pray we take heed and wish our leaders could read this.
    I think we need to pass a bill to the Senate that Loud Whispers must be read at every Monday briefing.
    I think that would renew a lot of mindsets.
    What do you all think?

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  17. Eric Onuoha January 21, 2018 at 6:21 pm

    These are wonderful prophecies. What you have said are serious issues going on around us. Let him that hath ears hear what the Prophetess says

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  18. Olufunke Baruwa January 21, 2018 at 9:29 pm

    I am loving these prophecies! What a satirical and interesting way to analyse Nigeria’s political outlook in 2018.
    Who am I to denounce the pronouncements of a prophetess? I can only say, amen!

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