- A prominent Yoruba chief, Iba Gani Adams, has predicted what will happen to Nigerians in 2021
- Iba Adams said the forthcoming year will be filled with pleasant things after the challenges encountered in 2020
- The respected Yoruba chief also spoke on some political and economic issues just as he urged the government to implement restructuring
Iba Gani Adams, the Aare Onakakanfo of Yorubaland, has assured Nigerians that 2021 will be a year of restoration, especially from the losses suffered from the COVID-19 global pandemic.
A statement made available to Legit.ng indicates that the prominent Yoruba chief said this on Tuesday, December 22, in Lagos during the second edition of Aare Onakakanfo Christmas Carol.
Iba Adams said the occasion was not a jamboree but an opportunity to reflect on the way forward and thank God for life despite the challenges posed by the pandemic.
The Yoruba leader charged Christians to uphold the spirit of the season by extending love to everyone.
He spoke on other various political issues such as price gouging, restructuring and border closure.
Price gouging during festive periods
Iba Adams condemned the culture of increasing prices of goods and consumable items during festive periods in Nigeria.
He also called on the Nigerian government to spread joy by providing necessary facilities to ameliorate the hardship inflicted by COVID-19.
Restructuring is non-negotiable, says Iba Adams
The Yoruba chief also urged the Nigerian government to do the needful by restructuring the nation.
He said the nation has to be restructured if it wants to move forward.
Iba Adams lamented that state governors now solely depend on federal allocations when they are supposed to generate revenues in their respective states or regions and give a quarter to the federal government.
Iba Adams claimed the closure of Nigeria's land borders was a costly mistake that partly contributed to the country’s recession.
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The Yoruba war chief, however, said he does not encourage unnecessary importation, noting that the government can come up with a policy to prevent goods it does not want rather than closing the borders.
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Meanwhile, Iba Adams has been ordained as an Apostle of the Cherubim & Seraphim Saviour's Ministries Worldwide.
Speaking at the event, the Aare stated that his ordination at the C&S church is a call to service.
The founder of the church, His Eminence Solomon Adeniran Aluko, said the ordination of Iba Adams was a testimony of God's favour, declaring that his family has displayed commitment and dedication in the service of the lord.
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