AirAsia Flight 8501 plane crash 'prophecy' video goes viral

A video posted to YouTube by a controversial African pastor claiming he predicted the tragic plane crash of AirAsia Flight 8501 has amassed over 60,000 views in just over 48 hours.

AirAsia Flight 8501 plane crash 'prophecy' video goes viral

The clip titled, 'AirAsia Plane Crash PROPHECY' was released by a Christian television channel called Emmanuel TV which has over 133,000 subscribers.

The 5 minute video shows Nigerian Pastor T.B. Joshua telling his church members to pray for the nation of Indonesia, describing "a situation which will cost a lot of lives, suddenly".

These were his words: "I have a message for the nation, Indonesia. This country, Indonesia - I don’t know what is happening. They should pray for Indonesia. That is, the nation Indonesia. When it comes to this disaster issue, I don’t want to mention it. It looks so nasty to me to mention - a situation where it will cost a lot of lives, suddenly. This is a crash. Why should this continue to happen there? I think there is a nature - a geographical atmosphere. There is something there that they should look into.”

Early in the morning on Sunday, December 28, 2014, an AirAsia passenger jet (Flight 8501) carrying 162 people lost contact with Indonesian air traffic control. A development on search operations happened on Tuesday as search officials said the debris found in the Java Sea off the Indonesian part of Borneo is from the missing plane. Indonesian Navy said that at least 40 bodies have been recovered from the sea.

WATCH: AirAsia Plane Crash PROPHECY - T.B. Joshua (Video courtesy of Emmanuel TV)

Surprisingly, this is not the first major airline disaster the pastor has claimed to predict. The clip of his purported prediction of the Malaysian Airlines MH370 disaster also went viral, raking up over 1,000,000 views in a matter of weeks.

Malaysia Airlines MH370 Flight Incident coincides with T.B. Joshua's prophecy? (Video)

The pastor wields huge influence in Africa with several prominent politicians attending his 'Synagogue Church Of All Nations' and a Facebook page with fans numbering just under 1.5 million.

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