- Nigeria should brace up for more bad news in the nearest future, Primate Ayodele has sounded a warning
- The prophet said an unprecedented protest will rock Nigeria to the point of shutting it down
- According to him, things will get worse if the government doesn’t take insecurity and killings seriously
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Added to the many ordeals Nigerians are going through, Primate Elijah Ayodele of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church has told them to get ready for more woes.
In a prophetic declaration on Sunday, March 21, monitored by PM News, Primate Ayodele said Nigeria is about to witness massive protest and food scarcity.
The famous Christian cleric went on to say that he foresees harsher economic conditions that will come alongside a high level of insecurity throughout the country.
‘’Nigeria is going to be in a bad shape economically if the Government doesn’t take insecurity and killings seriously, I am seeing food scarcity, it will be very serious.
“As a result of this, I am seeing a massive protest that will shut Nigeria, it will be so severe that nobody will be able to go out for their day to day activities, the government will be shut down, I see a crisis because there will be hardship that will affect every sector."
Meanwhile, the prophet urged Nigerians to be prayerful ahead of the challenges in the New Year, as the first quarter of the year would be very tough for Nigeria.
The general-overseer of INRI stated this while sharing some prophecies concerning the year 2021.
One of such predictions is the 2023 presidency. According to him, a northerner will still come back to rule Nigeria.
While explaining that northerners would not take it easy for any tribe to take over from President Muhammadu Buhari, the cleric said an Igbo presidency will not work because they would betray themselves.
He also noted that the presidential ambition of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed will be rubbished. The religious leader warned the former Lagos state governor not to try contesting. Primate Ayodele said those who may come out to contest the presidential election include Aminu Tambuwal, Bukola Saraki, Kayode Fayemi, and Rotimi Ameachi.
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