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Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele of Inri Evangelical Spiritual Church has again restated his prophecy on Nigeria’s imminent break up, but added that the nation’s disintegration would be bloodless.
The foremost seer made this known in Lagos yesterday during the launch of the 2021/2022 edition of the “Warnings to the Nations,” a compendium of prophecies for countries of the world.
Ayodele who revealed that Nigeria would cease to exist as a nation between 2035 and 2040 said the disintegration of the country would be without bloodbath and added that neither the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, nor the Yoruba nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo, a.k.a Sunday Igboho would spearhead the nation’s break up.
“The fact remains that Nigeria cannot survive till 2040; and neither Nnamdi Kanu nor Sunday Ighoho would spearhead the break up of Nigeria. But the fact remains that whether the government likes it or not; whether any section of the country wants it or not, this country cannot be together till 2040,” Primate Ayodele revealed.
The man of God also revealed that the security challenge bedeviling the country remained an intractable problem as a result of corruption, especially among those saddled with the responsibility of managing the security apparatus in the country, adding that unless the system was completely overhauled, the nation’s security challenge would persist.
“Unless past Service Chiefs are probed, Nigeria’s security challenge will remain. But who are those to probe them? The problem is that corruption remains the bane of our fight against insecurity. I pray that God will open the eyes of the president so that he will be able to do the right thing. I commend the military for doing their best. But the fact is that we need to get it right. Tribalism, nepotism, favouritism are other factors militating the fight against insecurity,” he said.
On 2023 general elections, Primate Ayodele dismissed the threat that there would be no elections in 2023, saying that the election could, however, be moved forward.
“There will be election in 2023. Nobody is going to stop the election. Though the date of the election might be shifted, but there will be elections,” he said.
On the rumoured presidential ambition of former governor of Lagos State and the national leader of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the Servant of God ruled out the chances of the former governor taking over from President Buhari.
“Tinubu taking over this country from Buhari is going to be another disaster. The best Tinubu should do for himself is to keep away from politics now. Tinubu cannot become the president of this country. APC will not even give him the chance,” he revealed.
Primate Ayodele, however, foretold that there are more troubles ahead for the leading opposition party in the country, Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, saying that two more governors would desert the party for the ruling party to worsen the crisis rocking the party.
“If the elections were to hold today, APC would definitely lose out, but the question is does PDP have the right candidate for the election now? Nigerians are definitely tired of the APC, but the PDP does not have anybody, it’s only if the PDP can present a credible person.
“Mark my words. Malami factor will decide a lot of things in APC. Likewise in PDP, Tambuwal, Saraki, Kwankwaso and Wike will determine a lot of things in PDP. PDP will have a lot of problems because of the plot to remove Secondus,” he revealed.
One other shocking prediction made by Ayodele was that another dreaded terrorist group is coming which will be deadlier than Boko Haram.
The famous cleric in his statement also accused those he referred to as ‘senior pastors’ of being the masterminds of crisis bedevilling the Christian community in Nigeria. Ayodele mentioned Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God a.k.a. RCCG; Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith a.k.a. Winners, and Pastor Williams Kumuyi of ‘Deeper Life’. “The deep hatred and envy that you see among church leaders in Nigeria were started by Adeboye, Kumuyi and Oyedepo,” he proclaimed, obviously reacting to the absence of some top ministers of God during the burial of Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, T.B Joshua of Synagogue Church of All Nations, who died recently.
“That is why I don’t belong in any of these so-called Christian associations,” he noted, adding: “I do not have any father in the Lord, I was not trained by anybody. I’m just doing things as the Lord directs me, so I stand alone. If you want to get close to some people (in the Christian fold), they would say we don’t know you, you don’t have a foundation. I have not seen in the Bible where Jesus Christ or other prophets went for training; so I don’t understand why people keep asking where others belong to in the Christendom. The senior pastors don’t want the junior ones to grow. There is envy, hatred in Christianity among church leaders.”
‘Warnings To The Nations”, first published in 1994, and increasing in depth and content, annually unveils God’s revelation to individuals, nations and several sectors including politics, business, sports, health and developments in the international scene.
Meanwhile, midway into the public presentation of the book, Primate Elijah Ayodele announced financial empowerment for journalists from various reputable online and print news platforms. The empowerment worth N5m (five million), according to the charitable religion leader, was meant to cater for the education, personal upkeep, and general support of the beneficiaries.
In February 2021, Primate Ayodele started the special charity scheme when he gave out two SUVs to two leading journalists, as well as sharing the sum of N7 million cash to their colleagues.
“My aim is to empower many journalists as possible, my projection is to give cars to about 100 journalists who have supported him since I started my ministry because they have done so much to help my ministry to reach many parts of the world which ordinarily may not have happened if God didn’t allow us to meet each other,” he declared.