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Ugandan Prophet Elvis Mbonye’s most spot-on predictions for 2023 recapped

The past year was quite eventful in terms of globe-shaping news, from outbreaks of devastating conflicts to catastrophic natural hazards to political and economic events in all corners of the world.

Prophet Elvis Mbonye is the Founder of Zoe Ministries

And as has become the custom, Ugandan preacher and founder of Founder of Zoe Ministries, Prophet Elvis Mbonye was at hand throughout the year making strikingly accurate predictions of some of these events.

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The latest series of foretold events are showcased in a recently posted video on his YouTube channel, drawing attention from the nation and followers worldwide and earning praise for Mbonye's prophetic abilities.

Among the historical events foreseen by Mbonye was the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that erupted last year and continues to unfold.

On January 23rd, 2023, Mbonye prophesied an Israeli attack on its neighbour, which materialised three weeks later through an Israeli drone strike on an Iranian nuclear facility.

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Subsequently, in October of the same year, the Iran-backed Hamas terror group launched an attack on Israeli territory, leading to a bloody conflict resulting in over 25,000 casualties and 2 million displaced in Gaza.

Another accurate prediction involved the implosion of the Titanic Submersible in June 2023, claiming the lives of five wealthy explorers during an expedition to the Titanic shipwreck in the Atlantic Ocean. Three weeks before the tragic incident, Mbonye announced foreseeing a "drowning of a prominent figure."

Mbonye also predicted the March 2023 shutdown of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) in California due to a sharp drop in its investment value, forcing depositors to withdraw substantial amounts of money.

The crisis, described by Mbonye as a "precursor to Babylon has fallen," occurred as anticipated, causing significant repercussions in Silicon Valley.

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One of Mbonye's most impactful predictions, however, was the Mw 7.8 earthquake that struck southern and central Turkey and northern and western Syria in February 2023, resulting in over 50,000 casualties and displacing 5 million. The earthquake, deemed one of the most disastrous in the past century, had been revealed to Mbonye approximately three months earlier.

Mbonye's prophetic gift, which has amazed even sceptics, has earned him widespread acclaim domestically and internationally.

American gospel artist Paul Wilbur described Mbonye's prophetic work as a true demonstration of God's Kingdom on Earth.

Ghanaian MP Hellen Adjoa considers Mbonye a God-given gift to the people of Uganda, emphasising the importance of recognising and listening to prophets like him for a smoother global journey.

Back home, leaders such as Justice Minister Hon Nobert Mao have expressed great admiration for Mbonye, referring to him as a blessing to countries like Uganda due to his anointing that allows him to foresee and share significant events.

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