Atiku to still rule Nigeria - Visually-impaired prophet gives prophecy

Atiku to still rule Nigeria - Visually-impaired prophet gives prophecy

- Muhideen Kasali has called on Atiku Abubakar not to give up on his ambition to be president

- The religious cleric prophesied that Atiku still has a chance at the presidency

- The prophet urged President Buhari to tackle the nation's problems

One visually impaired prophet, Muhideen Kasali, has called on the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, not to lose hope as he still has a chance of being president.

President Muhammadu Buhari was declared winner of the presidential election, although the former vice president has rejected the result and has gone to court to challenge it.

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Daily Independent reports that the religious cleric called on Atiku to try for the presidency again as his loss in the 2019 does not mean he can’t win in 2023.

The general overseer of the Hour of Mercy Prayer Ministry Worldwide (Alaseyori), hinted that nothing can stop him if God had destined that Atiku would be president.

He said: “There is no loser in an election but a learner. Atiku can still rule Nigeria in no distant future. God sparing our lives 2023 will soon be here, he can contest again. It is not about age but what he has to offer. He should join hands with President Buhari to make Nigeria great again and get out of her numerous challenges."

He also advised President Muhammadu Buhari to use his second term in office to tackle various challenges of the that he has not attended to in the past four years.

Meanwhile, Usman Ibrahim, the presidential candidate of National Rescue Movement (NRM), has reportedly sued Muhammadu Buhari and Atiku Abubakar over issues with campaign funding at the presidential election.

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Ibrahim argues that the duo spent more than provided for by the electoral act during their campaigns. The suit was filed at a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better.

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