2019: Election postponement is confirmation of my prophecies, says Primate Ayodele

February 20th, 2019

There are prophets and there are prophecies. Nigerians, early Saturday morning, woke up to the unpalatable news that the 2019 Presidential Elections billed for that day had been postponed by INEC. However to Primate Babatunde Elijah Ayodele, Servant of the Most High God and Founder, INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church had earlier foretold the postponement in his book, “Warnings to the Nations”. South-West Editor, JOHN SILAS who has been following Ayodele’s prophecies reports.

Primate Babatunde Elijah Ayodele, Servant of the Most High God and Founder, INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has stated that the postponement of the Presidential and Governorship elections is in tandem with his prophecies.

Ayodele made the claim on Saturday in an exclusive chat with The AUTHORITY in Lagos on Saturday.

Referring the public to page 51 of his book titled “Warnings to the Nations” (2018/2019 Edition) Ayodele also maintained that there would be circulation of fake electoral materials nationwide.

While stating that his prophecies are ordained by God, Ayodele read the portion of the prophecy which states in part, “…I foresee that political gladiators will try to confuse the Independent National Electoral Commission. The election dates picked by the INEC will be debated because of the need for adjustments. I foresee that fake electoral materials will be in circulation nationwide.”

He said the postponement is an indication that APC will fail.

Ayodele also referred to January, 2019 edition of City People, page 31, where he made it clear that the election looks uncertain even as he disclosed that many APC governors will lose their positions.

While stating that God is in support of Atiku added that Atiku should be grateful to Saraki who, he said, was making personal sacrifices to ensure Atiku’s emergence.

The servant of Most High God said he is scared of Lagos, “If APC wants to win Lagos they must take my advice, they must strategize, and that strategy is technical.”

Ayodele who disclosed that the people will fight security agencies if they involve themselves in the act of rigging stated that many catastrophes will befall APC in Ogun State, adding that APM will take Ogun State.

Ayodele said he is scared about Ifeanyi Ubah’s Senatorial ambition, asserting that Ifeanyi Ubah should work with PDP if he wants to be governor of Anambra State.

In his words, Ayodele emphasized “PDP will shock Nigerians. Atiku will do better. God wants to support Atiku so that he will take the nation out of poverty, inflation. Any attempt to declare Buhari will lead to catastrophes, anarchy and serious unrest.

Recall that before the announcement of the postponement of the election Ayodele had on Thursday called a Press briefing to speak on national issues.

Ayodele stated that President Muhammadu Buhari and his All Progressives Congress (APC) will be defeated in the presidential election.

He expressed fears that the ruling APC may retain power through rigging. He said should that happen, he does not see Buhari completing his tenure.

While noting that Nigeria will suffer for another four years should Buhari win, he expressed optimism that the presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, will emerge next President of Nigeria if the Saturday’s election is free and fair.

He said, “In this election PDP should follow APC bomber to bomber, else APC will rig it to continue in power.

“If it is free and fair, give it to Atiku, but APC wants to force their way. I see a change of government. If APC is defeated let them go. If Buhari wins I see him not completely his tenure.

“They (APC) have failed. Nigerians will suffer another four years if Buhari wins. And if that happens is not real, is stolen.

“There may be violence if care is not taking and I can see inconclusive elections in some places.”

Incumbent President Buhari of the APC, and Atiku Abubakar, of the PDP and a former vice president, are the two major contenders out of several other candidates vying to become next Nigeria President at this Saturday’s presidential election.

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