Primate Ayodele Declares Next Nigeria's President in 2023
As the year 2023 approaches, many Nigerians are wondering who would succeed incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari in the general election.
The recent prophetic declarations for 2022 by the leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, which was forwarded to Vanguard Wednesday, appear to be a startling development, as the cleric named some top politicians who are likely to become Nigeria's next president and vice president in 2023.
He omitted the names of key Nigerian political heavyweights while presenting those expected to succeed the Buhari-Osinbajo administration.
On the Peoples Democratic Party's (PDP) side, Aminu Tambuwal, Nyesom Wike, Bukola Saraki, Samuel Ortom, and Bala Mohammed were named as good presidential candidates.
In the 90-paged prophecies signed by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin, Primate Ayodele, mentioned Abubakar Malami, Boss Mustapha, Kayode Fayemi, Rotimi Amaechi, Prof. Babagana Umara Zulum, Babatunde Fashola, Mai Mala Buni, Ibikunle Amusun, and Aregbesola Rauf as presidential material on the side of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC.
“Tinubu venturing into the presidency will not make Nigeria great.
“Nyesom Wike will struggle for the top position in the PDP and will want to aspire to be number one.
“Yahaya Bello presidential plan will be stopped and his party will frustrate his effort.
“Doyin Okupe should not waste his money on any election."
“Sule Lamido should also not waste his money on the election.
“Good luck Jonathan will lose his past and present-day glory. There will be pressure on
“Prof. Yemi Osinbajo is another good person but there will be scandals against him. They will also create enemies for him,” Primate Ayodele said.
“The Senate and the Governors will flex muscle on who becomes the Presidential candidate of the APC," Primate Ayodele said.©Standard Gazette, 2021. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s publisher is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Standard Gazette with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.