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The 2010 FIFA World Cup bombings, could they have been pre-emptied?

Wednesday June 17, 2020

Prophet Elvis Mbonye 

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the 2010 Fifa World Cup twin bombings at Kyadondo Rugby Club and Ethiopian Village, one of the darkest episodes in Uganda’s recent history.

Al Shabaab claimed responsibility for the heinous act that shocked and shook the world, leaving at least 74 dead instantly. Perhaps this sad chapter could have been pre-emptied had we paid closer attention to proclamations made a couple of weeks prior to the fateful night.

In his book Tasting the Powers of the Age to Come, Prophet Elvis Mbonye reveals that while readying himself for a monthly prophetic conference in May 2010, he received a troubling vision.

“I could see a group of terrorists plotting an attack on Kampala. It was an Islamist group based in Somalia. Therefore, at the conference, I informed those in attendance what I had seen, invoking prayer from them about the situation,” an excerpt from the book reads; events that have since been collaborated by the people that were present.

In a video clip released by the Prophet Elvis Mbonye Ministries this week in commemoration of the day, several people retell tales of survival and loss with a heavy tinge of regret, with some wishing they had known, and others remorsefully questioning why they had not done more. But the lesson drawn from the fateful event was common; never to treat such prophetic insight indifferently.

Yet that was not the last eerily prophetic pronouncement by Prophet Mbonye to come to pass, unfortunately. On August 7, 2012 during his weekly fellowship he cautionary reminded those in attendance about an earlier prophecy concerning the crash of Uganda’s military choppers en-route to Somalia, asking them to pray and cover those involved.

Approximately a week later, reports of Uganda’s helicopter crashes in the Mountain Kenya ranges made local and international headlines. The three helicopters, recently acquired and commissioned, crashed leaving seven dead and 21 survivors.

Prophet Elvis Mbonye reveals that the purpose of these prophecies and many more that have come pass is to “subdue the nations before the glory of God. They will take these things seriously. They will begin consulting from God on whatever is supposed to be right in the nation.”