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No controversy in Primate Ayodele’s divine messages

There is one thing the world really needs at the moment; it is the true prophecy from God’s thrown of Grace as being delivered by true men of God, and heeded by the obedient. The prophetic as exhibited by the founder and head of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Lagos, Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele, according to investigations, is, no doubt, on the side of development of nations, which must be taken serious. Taken it from 2015, October to be precise, Ayodele had said, among other fulfilled prophecies, that a young man would emerge as Ooni of Ife and that his emergence would not only come to pass but that it will bring prosperity to the Yoruba race. Speaking on the controversy that often trails prophecies from men of God, the servant of God, said; “My prophecies coming to pass is not for me to celebrate. I tell the government and peoples of the world especially of my home country, Nigeria, whatever I am asked to tell them.

I give thanks to God, however, whenever my positive prophecies come to pass but feel so pained whenever the negative ones warned against but unheeded come to pass due to nonchalance on the part of the affected people.” Ayodele had said that the PDP would not survive its March 28, 2015 collapse and that even the current ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) would be split as some of the leaders would team up with one another to form a new party out of the APC. All of these are evidently been fulfilled.

Amidst the current political imbroglio in Nigeria, it is Primate Elijah Ayodele, who has consistently been vocal, delivering divine messages on way forward for the country. Since September 2017, the top seer had been warning of tougher times for the country and, in particular, the ruling All Progressives Congress starting from 2018. While unveiling publicly In January, his book, ‘Warning To The Nations’, which is a compendium of his prophesies covering the 2018/2019 period, the Primate said President Muhammadu Buhari, will not find it easy in his bid for a second term . He said; “President Buhari’s attempt to return will meet very stiff resistance from the opposition and if he tries to force his way, then there will be trouble in the country.”

Prior to the 2015 elections, Ayodele prophesied the defeat of President Goodluck Jonathan by ‘a new party which, after taking over power, would break up’. This revelation, and many others, was published in major national dailies and the social media. And, they are manifesting as recent events in the ruling party have shown. The servant of God in the January briefing also said it emphatically that removing Bukola Saraki as senate president would not be possible for APC. In the revelation, he said:

“It is Saraki who can unseat Buhari if he was given the PDP presidential ticket. If the PDP give its ticket to another aspirant, it won’t fly. I don’t see PDP winning the 2019 presidential election without Saraki as its flag bearer.” It was also during the public address that Primate Ayodele warned the ruling APC that “the party, will have problems in some of its states and the chairman,Adams Oshiomhole, will also face a lot of problems. APC must re-strategize because those leaders that Buhari is relying on will stab him. PDP too will face problems as 2019 election approaches.” Also, among Primate Ayodele’s fulfilled prophecies was the American President Trump’s victory at the poll. He had earlier warned that the international community, at the tail of President Buhari’s first term in office, would gang up against his government. Ayodele also warned of the Lagos State governor, Akinwunmi Ambode’s second term bid crisis.

The unfortunate death of former Osun State governor, Isiaka Adeleke, also comes to mind. Primate Ayodele, a few weeks to Adeleke’s death, had warned at the beginning of this year. He said in the message that was published in the media: “Adeleke should pray fervently because I foresee his political future threatened.” Senator Isiaka Adeleke did not heed the warnings, according to Ayodele, hence the sad event. The cleric also warned the Nollywood stars of the impending dangers. He warned Ifeanyi Ubah to pray to rebuke debt and litigation. He further predicted as far back as 2015 that the former French president would have challenges from the opposition and a new figure might emerge.

During the French Election that followed the prophecy, a young opposition figure, Emmanuel Macron, emerged as the new president. Ayodele earlier had prophesied the death of Anenih, Baba Sala and others. He also warned in the year’s prophecy book about the Leicester City chairman, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha’s death.

He prophesied that Rangers International FC would win trophy. The club won. In the light of the above, we must understand the fact that every prophetic word is ordained for fulfillment and also understand that prophecies are not philosophical assertions but divine verdicts. This is because God speaks according to His divine wisdom, not our limited human reasoning. Therefore, we must recognize that prophecies can only be fulfilled by the hand of God. That is why to experience fulfillment of prophecies, we must engage the weapon of faith, according to Isaiah 14:27, 43:13.

 

●Isaac Olatoye writes from Ogbere Compound, Born Photo, Ibadan, Oyo State.

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  1. Tamil

    November 17, 2018 at 5:14 am

    Inasmuch as I have a lot of respect for primate ayodele, we should be sincere to admit that something went wrong with his prophecy this time on saraki. In one of d prophecies he actually confirmed that saraki would win d election and how saraki would rule. He was emphatic that buhari would be succeeded by saraki. The only condition was that saraki should contest d primary.His main reservation was that only saraki could abort d prophecy by failing to contest d primary. So let us not find excuses and just admit that this is a failed prophecy from d primate. By d way since you claim that he said d PDP can only win if it features saraki and the PDP has nt heeded that and is now featuring atiku, is he saying that PDP would lose d election? Let him come out definite about this so there would be no ambiguity when d result of d election is released in February. Moreover beyond personality and party can we know our expectations as a country irrespective of who wins d election.

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