2023: Nigerian Pastor Reveals Details About Buhari’s Successor

2023: Nigerian Pastor Reveals Details About Buhari’s Successor

- Prophet Joshua Arogun has made some predictions about expected political occurrences in the country

The religious leader stopped short of naming who he believes will succeed Buhari

Arogun spoke about political alliances that will occur ahead of 2023 election

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The head pastor of the Light of the World International Church, Prophet Joshua Arogun, has claimed that he has seen a divine revelation about who will become the next president after Muhammadu Buhari’s tenure ends in 2023.

Prophecy: Nigerian pastor reveals details about Buhari’s successor
Arogun says his message about the 2023 election will manifest. Photo: Femi Adesina
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According to Vanguard, Arogun during a church service in Lagos claimed that a former governor from the southeast will succeed Buhari.

Though the cleric did not mention any name, he stated that the former governor he is referring to was recently released from prison.

The declaration by the cleric fits the description of the ex-Abia state governor, Orji Kalu, who currently serves in the Nigeria Senate.

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He said:

“I got a revelation about Nigeria’s political dynamics in the next general election. I saw a man in Prison (now released) and this man has been a former Governor from the South East taking over from President Buhari.
''There is absolutely nothing one can do about someone’s destiny especially when sanctioned by God. Everything that happens in life is for a reason.''

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The pastor stated that in the revelation, he saw alliances among the political class and across the political parties.

He said Nigeria will unite more than it has ever done before.

Meanwhile, the First Lady of Ekiti state, Erelu Bisi Fayemi, has said that Nigeria won’t achieve female presidency anytime soon even though the country is ripe for one.

PM News reported that Bisi made the statement in Ado Ekiti on Friday, April 23, at an event to mark the 2021 World Book Day.

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According to the wife of Ekiti state governor, women have all it takes to rule the country, however, those controlling power and leadership positions won’t allow this to be realised.

In another news, a former Akwa Ibom state governor, Obong Victor Attah has stated that zoning must be respected in the 2023 presidential elections in Nigeria.

Ex-governor Attah made the declaration during an interview with Legit.ng in his Abuja residence on Monday, April 19.

He stated that he agreed with the position of the Borno state governor that zoning is a covenant that should be respected.

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