Population: 10,395,931 (July 2014 est.) - Note: estimates take into account the effects of excess mortality due to AIDS
Ethnic groups: Hutu (Bantu) 85%, Tutsi (Hamitic) 14%, Twa (Pygmy) 1%, Europeans 3,000, South Asians 2,000
Religions: Catholic 62.1%, Protestant 23.9% (includes Adventist 2.3% and other Protestant 21.6%), Muslim 2.5%, other 3.6%,
unspecified 7.9% (2008 est.)
On 12 March 1998, 0730am - Prophetic Word for President of betrayal
On 12 March 1998, 12:00-1:30pm - Prophetic Warning for President before thousands for Confession
Prophecy To Burundi
On 12 March 1998 the Lord gave this Word to the People of Burundi:
"WITHOUT A TOTAL TURNING TO THE LORD JESUS CHRIST, THERE WILL AND CAN BE NO LASTING PEACE IN BURUNDI. THE WORD FOR KENYA APPLIES HERE"
Like Kenya, the pastors/leaders of most of the churches in Burundi are in reality serving themselves, not Jesus Christ. Instead of teaching the people the ways of God, they are teaching the people by their own testimonies, both in preaching and the personal lifestyle to rebel against the teachings of the Bible. Today's church leaders are not instructing the people to obey the Holy Scriptures, or to pray for the president and bring about peaceful change in a Godly manner. Instead, they are going directly against the Bible and speaking words of slander, strife, discord, rebellion and anarchy. People plot revolt; curse and openly malign maliciously. They criticize the president because pastors are in sin and serving themselves in the name of Christ.
Many, many people today who call themselves "Christians" no longer help preserve the nation: they lie, cheat, steal, fornicate, commit adultery, have abortions, live in homosexuality, slander, curse, gossip and commit every sort of evil and uncleanness the heart can imagine. The "Christians" today say, "Praise the Lord", shake your hand (like Judas kissing Jesus), then stab you in the back by accusing you falsely. They are filled with jealousy, bitterness, selfishness and guilt. Today's professing Christians in Burundi have broken and are breaking the laws of God; they are fit for nothing but the dunghill.
God is telling the nation that in Burundi:
"MAN IN REBELLION AGAINST GOD AND HIS FELLOW MAN WILL CONTINUE TO UNDERMINE, MANIPULATE, CONTROL AND CONQUER. THE WORLD WILL CONTINUE TO CONSPIRE AND DECEIVE YOU (THE NATION) TILL YOU ARE DEFEATED AND ABIDE BY THE DICTATES OF A WORLD LEADER."
Unless the people of Burundi from the president's office throughout the nation turn to the only living God (Jesus) and obey him, there will never be peace and safety in Burundi. Upheaval will be continual: tribe against tribe; clan against clan forever squabbling, and bickering, and deceiving. Throughout the church and government, people will not be able to trust one another. There will also be deception and hypocrisy throughout the international community against the government of Burundi and its people until the nation of Burundi loses its national leadership and becomes puppets of the New World Order.
This prophecy was recorded on 12 March 1998 and conveyed to church leaders at that time.
On 13 March 1998, 10:53am - Word of Knowledge concerning Politicians guilty shooting a man in the head and slashing another man in the body and face killing them
A Word For Burundi And Its Leaders
On 14 March 1998 from 6pm to 9pm, Dr. Hansen spoke to members of the President's Cabinet and Members of Parliament concerning a Word of Knowledge and a prophetic warning of murder and to confess, or each week one of the guilty would die and they would know that a Prophet had come to Burundi
Dr. Hansen sent a prophetic fax to President Major Pierre Buyoya, Republic of Burundi, three separate times dated, March 29, 1998, June 24, 1998 and July 04, 1998
Click here to view original fax: Fax to President Buyoya
On October 22-25, 2007 - Dr. Hansen flew back to Burundi by invitation of the new President where he met with him and other Cabinet Members over the nation of Burundi coming under Jesus Christ
Dr. Hansen's Visit to Burundi in October 2007
History of Burundi:
The original inhabitants of Burundi were the Twa, a Pygmy people. Now, the population is divided between the Hutu (approximately 85%) and the Tutsi (approximately 14%). While the Hutu and Tutsi are considered to be two separate ethnic groups, they speak the same language, have a history of inter-marriage, and share many cultural characteristics. The 1933requirement by the Belgians that everyone carry an identity card indicating tribal ethnicity as Tutsi or Hutu increased the distinction. The landowning Tutsi aristocracy has dominated Burundi since independence.
Burundi was once part of German East Africa. Belgium won a League of Nations mandate in 1923. In 1962, Burundi gained independence and became a kingdom under Mwami Mwambutsa IV, a Tutsi. A Hutu rebellion took place in 1965, leading to Tutsi retaliations. Mwambutsa was deposed by his son, Ntaré V, in 1966. Ntaré was overthrown the same year in a military coup by Premier Michel Micombero, also a Tutsi. In 1970-1971, a civil war erupted, leaving more than 100,000 Hutu dead.
On November 1, 1976, Lt. Col. Jean-Baptiste Bagaza led a coup and assumed the presidency. In September 1987, Bagaza was overthrown by Maj. Pierre Buyoya, who became president. Ethnic hatred again flared in August 1988, and about 20,000 Hutu were slaughtered. The Front for Democracy in Burundi candidate, Melchior Ndadaye, won the country's first democratic presidential elections on June 2, 1993. Ndadaye, the first Hutu to assume power in Burundi, was killed within months during a coup. The second Hutu president, Cyprien Ntaryamira, was killed on April 6, 1994, when a plane carrying him and Rwandan president, Juvénal Habyarimana, was shot down. As a result, Hutu youth gangs began massacring Tutsi. The Tutsi-controlled army retaliated by killing Hutus.
Ethnic clashes increased, developing into a civil war. A six-nation proposal to send troops into Burundi to maintain peace was devised in July 1996. The Tutsi-dominated army led a coup deposing the Hutu president and installed Maj. Pierre Buyoya. More than 300,000 people have been killed in the civil war since 1993, with the Tutsi-dominated army and the Hutu rebel forces responsible for the slaughter.
After several failed cease-fires, a 2001 peace plan included a power-sharing agreement. Buyoya governed the new transitional government for the first 18 months, then a Hutu president, Domitien Ndayizeye, assumed power in April 2003.
In August 2005, former Hutu rebel leader Pierre Nkurunziza was elected president by Parliament. Peace talks continued between the government and Burundi's only remaining rebel group, Forces for National Liberation (FNL).
The government, led by President Pierre Nkurunziza, signed a South African brokered cease-fire in September 2006. Fighting between government forces and FNL rebels renewed in April 2008. The government and the Forces for National Liberation signed a cease-fire in May 2008.
Thirteen opposition parties rejected the results of Burundi's 2010 district elections, claiming massive fraud. Twelve of them formed a coalition, the Alliance of Democrats for Change (ADC-Ikibiri), in early June and announced a boycott of the presidential elections on June 28, 2010. The government declared the boycott illegal. Incumbent President Pierre Nkurunziza was left as the sole presidential candidate.
Three grenade attacks were reported the day before the 2010 election. Two were in the capital's Buyenzi and Kamesa districts, causing no injuries, and one exploded in the western town of Kanyosha, killing one and wounding two.
On September 18, 2011, attackers raided a bar killing nearly 40 people.
In September 2012, Agathon Rwasa, former leader of the FNL, announced that the group declared war on the National Council for the Defense of Democracy-Forces for the Defense of Democracy (CNDD-FDD) government.
In June 2013, President Nkurunziza approved a media law, which forbids reporting on matters that could undermine national security, public order or the economy. Critics condemned the law as an attack on press freedom.
In March 2014, several opposition supporters were jailed for life for attending an illegal demonstration that turned violent.
© 1998, 2007 World Ministries International
The following are some Scriptures that deal with end-time events. All prophecies concerning the nations are leading up to fulfillment of end-time judgments (events).
Ezekiel chapters 38 & 39
Zechariah 13: 8-9
Zechariah 14: 1-16
Daniel chapters 2, 4, 7-12
Matthew 24: 1-51
Mark 13: 1-37
Luke 21: 6-38
The book of Revelation
The book of Joel
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