As prophesied by the seer Apostle Francis Amoako Attah, Japan is indeed in trouble.
The prophesy delivered by the SEER, Apostle Francis Amoako Attah on Japan and other nations on December 31st, are beginning to manifest.
The Japan incident is considered the first confirmed prophecy for 2024, and things are already heating up.
During the 31st Night Service, the SEER, who is the Founder and Leader of Parliament Chapel International (PCI), revealed an incident which occurred when he came out from his room to enter his car.
According to him, when he stepped into his compound, he saw the earth quaked.
“It was so real. And I said to myself this is not here. It is very dangerous and very serious. America is in trouble, Japan is in trouble, China is in trouble, Europe is in trouble,” he said.
Apostle Francis Amoako Attah also said the first contact of 2024 with countries that would have to record disasters include Japan. “Japan is in trouble, China is in trouble,” he said.
According to him, from January 1, to March 11, 2024 there will be several disasters including plane crashes and disasters.
He also revealed that the Antient plate and Africa plate continue to struggle for Tsunami and one would overpower the other and when this happens, Japan will be so much affected.
True to his prophesies, Japan recorded a powerful earthquake on New Year’s Day killing at least 55 people, with rescue teams struggling in freezing temperatures on Tuesday to reach coastal areas where many are feared trapped under possibly thousands of destroyed homes.
In Suzu, a town of just over 5,000 households near the quake’s epicentre, 90% of houses may have been destroyed, according to its mayor Masuhiro Izumiya.
The situation was described as catastrophic.
The quake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.6 struck on Monday afternoon, prompting people in western coastal areas to flee to higher ground as tsunami waves swept cars and houses into the water.
Around 200 tremors have been detected since the quake first hit on Monday, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency, which warned that more strong shocks could hit in coming days.
Also, a Coast Guard aircraft en route to deliver aid to the quake-hit region collided with a commercial airplane in Tokyo’s Haneda airport on Tuesday, killing five Coast Guard. All 379 on board the Japan Airlines flight escaped.