KAMPALA – Zoe Ministries head Pastor Prophet Elvis Mbonye, has said that he dreamt that there would be a female existence behind Joe Biden, the Democratic Party nominee in the United States elections as early as January 2020.
In a video that was recorded on January 7, 2020, Mbonye said the prophecy emerged out of a peculiar dream.
“There is something that I saw which was not clear, some of the things that came to me were bizzare. I saw something about the US and this one kind of baffled me because it was about the Democratic Party. While I know that [Joe] Biden is the one that leads the party, I felt something was strange. There was a feminine presence… the main influence over that party. And that feminine presence was not Hillary Clinton,”Mbonye says in the video
To this effect therefore, the flamboyant pastor Mbonye says that seven months ago, he knew that Biden’s running mate would be a woman.
Last week, US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden named Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate, the first black woman and Asian American in the role.
Once a rival for the top job, the California senator of Indian-Jamaican heritage had long been considered the front-runner for the number two slot.
Previously, only two other women have been nominated as vice-presidential candidates; Sarah Palin by the Republican Party in 2008 and Geraldine Ferraro by the Democrats in 1984. Neither ended up on the winning ticket.
A woman of color has never been appointed to a presidential ticket by either of the two main American political parties. No woman has won the US presidency either.
Mbonye has been controversial with his revelations and utterances that draw public reaction and criticism.
Few months ago, Mbonye was the subject of online debate after he claimed that God had told him about the Covid-19 crisis months earlier but he had chosen not to tell his followers nor warn the world about the pandemic before it started ravaging many countries on earth.
Just like its previous prophecies, the new prophecy will also be subject to public scrutiny and is likely to generate debate on social media.