- Popular Nigerian cleric, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has appealed to the international community not to attempt shedding blood in Niger Republic
- Ayodele said resorting to force in a move to restore the ousted Mohamed Bazoum will lead to the assassination of the deposed president
- The cleric stressed that the life of President Bazoum is at stake once there is a military action in Niger Republic
Niamey, Niger Republic - As the situation in Niger remains unresolved, Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele, the leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has sent a warning message to the African nation and others interested in the affairs of the troubled French-speaking country.
A video posted on his official Twitter page on Wednesday, August 9, revealed the warning.
Why int'l military shouldn't shed blood in Niger
The man of God warned that in the event there is foreign military intervention in Niger, the coupists’ response would be bloody.
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“The moment there is a bloodbath in Niger, the life of the ousted Niger president is not safe. They will want to deal with him severely.
“When any international military should shed blood in Niger, they will kill the Niger president. That is a note of warning”
“Don’t let us create war. Let them sort things out amicably, let them look for a very safe landing for the ousted president.
“You know there are many hidden things behind this coup. Apart from that people are determined with the coup, there are so many things that the coup will bring out to Africans.”
Niger: Prophecy about 5 African countries
In a piece of related news, Legit.ng reported that Ayodele released fresh prophecies concerning some African countries.
They include Burkina Faso, Uganda, Mali, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
Primate Ayodele said he foresees unknown gunmen attacks in five countries.
Niger junta unveils 21-man govt
Legit.ng also reported that this week, Niger’s new military junta took steps to entrench itself in power and rejected international efforts to mediate.
On the night of Wednesday, August 9, the new Nigerien Prime Minister, Ali Mahaman Lamine Zeine, and the National Council for the Safeguard of the Homeland (CNSP) unveiled the composition of a government comprising 21 members.