Why Nobody can stop Sunday Igboho from liberating the Yoruba's - Prophet Tibetan reveals
By PrincessAJ | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 9619 views
In his interview with Afrika TV, renowned Prophet M.K.O Tibetan reiterated that the decision of Yoruba Activist, Chief Sunday Adeyemo popularly know as Sunday Igboho is a divine one, and no one except God can deter him. The prophet revealed more in the short clip as he predicted that, the liberation will not lead into a war as God is the architect of the design of the time.
He furthered said, "I heard Fayemi also is trying to dissuade him. After four years Fayemi may not get vote again, even the first time he was governor, he was rubbished out of the place. Even the traditional rulers are just there, doing nothing. So, Sunday Igboho should not listen to them. He will lead the Yoruba people to the promised land, he can't die. He is not looking for money, what the rich people has he has it. You know they've been calling him, they think he is a stupid man. They wanted to use him for election in 2023."
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