IF YOU'RE reading this, predictions that the world would end on May 21 were not true. US preacher Harold Camping, 89, who has studied the Bible for 70 years, predicted May 21 as Judgment Day. Mr Camping was raised a Baptist and belongs to the religious Right. He boasts tens of thousands of followers around the world and speaks to them through his Family Radio Network, which has made about $17 million in donations alone. He has argued that the recent spate of natural disasters, including earthquakes in Japan, New Zealand and Haiti, have been leading up to Doomsday. Mr Camping claims to have based his predictions on mathematical calculations. He believes Jesus was crucified on April 1, AD33, and 722,500 (calculated by multiplying three holy numbers together) days later would be May 21. FIVE OTHER END-OF-WORLD PREDICTIONS: 1. Followers of William Miller believed the world would end on October 22, 1844. 2.The Jehovah's Witness religion has predicted the end of the world in 1914, 1915, 1918, 1920, 1925, 1941, 1975 and 1994. 3. Charles Wesley, founder of the Methodist Church, predicted the world would end in 1794. 4. Famous forecaster Nostradamus predicted doomsday would happen in July 1999. 5. English mystic Joanna Southcott predicted the world would end on October 19, 1814, when she gave birth to the Messiah. (Source: Various) My take; hawa watabiri feki mbona huwa hawatabiri kwamba ni lini nchi masikini zitageuka kuwa tajiri? Wengine nao wanaibukia na habari za ndotoni kwamba wametumwa kutibu magonjwa sugu ambayo hawajui hata anatomy zake!