- Prophecies concerning the 2023 presidential election do not favour the southeast region of Nigeria
- In fact, Primate Ayodele, a top Nigerian Christian cleric, has predicted that the Igbo will rise up against one of their own, Orji Uzor Kalu
- Ayodele predicted that although Kalu has what it takes to attain the office of the president, persons from the region will gang-up against him
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Primate Ayodele of the Inri Evangelical Spiritual Church, Lagos, has released a very controversial prophecy on what will unfold during the 2023 presidential election.
Ayodele on Sunday, September 6, declared that although Orji Uzor Kalu has the stamina to emerge the flagbearer for the southeast, he will not make it eventually.
The famous cleric said that some prominent persons in the southeast will rise and gang-up against the former Abia governor in his bid to become the next president of Nigeria.
He said: "The only man who could have fought for the Igbo people is Orji Uzor- Kalu. But the Igbo people will gang up against him. He has the stamina; that is if they will give it to the Igbo."
Going further, Ayodele said that he foresees the Igbos being rubbished in the 2023 election, Nigerian Tribune reports.
He warned the former Senate deputy president, Ike Ekweremadu, not to run for the office of the vice president.
The cleric stated: "Ike Ekweremadu must not vie for the office of vice president. He should go for something else. The Igbo people are their problem. Except they are ready to turn things around, the Igbo man will not be president."
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Kalu revealed his grand plan for Nigeria if he becomes the president in 2023.
The former chief whip in the Senate told journalists in Umuahia, the state's capital, that if granted the opportunity to take over the presidential seat, he will build a 20th-century economy for the country.
The senator said: “Yes, if you give me the presidency, why not, I will take. I am capable of doing the job."
Stressing his desire to not only return to the Senate, Kalu categorically said: "...if the people of Nigeria want me to be president, they will show the hand. I can do the job. I can build a 20th-century economy for our people.”
However, Kalu pointed out that not many persons are capable of doing the job and that for him, he is more preoccupied on developing his constituency.
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