– Primate Ayodele said he does not see Atiku winning the 2019 election
– The religious leader asked Fayose to shelve his presidential ambition
– He said Buhari will win the 2019 elections
Primate Elijah Ayodele who is the founder and Spiritual leader of INRI Evangelical and Spiritual Church has said that President Muhammadu Buhari will win the 2019 presidential election if the All Progressives Congress (APC) gives him the opportunity.
According to report, this was contained in his book titled: Warnings to the Nations (WTN), 2017/2018.
Primate Ayodele warned President Buhari about not doing things properly although he said his chances strong.
The religious leader warned former vice president, Atiku Abubakar against contesting for president. He also issued the same warning to Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti saying he would be wasting his time and money if he decides to run for presidency.
He said: “The Spirit of The Lord says power will be retained by the North in 2019. The next President will shock Nigerians. The second term bid of President Buhari will be dicey. If the APC fields Buhari for a second term in 2019, he will win.
“The Lord says no candidate will beat him. Unless he does not contest again, which I foresee is dicey.
“I foresee changes in the government of Buhari, as he will be disappointed by those he is trusting. Aso Rock needs spiritual cleansing. Nigeria needs spiritual cleansing. I see progress and prosperity for the Nation if it is spiritually cleansed.”
“The Spirit of The Lord says Governor Fayose of Ekiti State should not waste his money and energy on any presidential campaign for 2019 because he is going nowhere. God says his presidential ambition is foul. The Spirit of The Lord says it is a non-issue.
“I also do not foresee Abubakar Atiku becoming Nigeria’s president in 2019. And I do not see El-Rufai becoming president in 2019.”
Meanwhile, Prophet Samuel Abiara, a former general evangelist of the Christ Apostolic Church Nationwide, asked Nigerians to shun prophecies of doom in 2018.
Punch reports that Abiara urged the people to work hard and pray to God for a better tomorrow for themselves and the country.
NAIJ gathered that the cleric spoke on Thursday, January 18 in a New Year message he delivered at the CAC, Agbala Itura, Agege, Lagos.
He said: “You have to set goals and work hard to achieve them. Hard work does not kill. The word of God does not support laziness. So, you must find something positive to do this year.
“Do not listen to prophecies of doom in 2018. This year will end well. The future of Nigeria is bright and good. Be a good citizen. Play a positive role to bring about the much-needed change in the nation. Keep praying for Nigeria and the leaders. God will make things change for the better.”