In anticipation of the gubernatorial election on March 18, the leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has shared his concerns on the possibility of rigging in six different states. Primate Ayodele conveyed this message through a video shared on the church's social media page, citing the revelation he received from the Lord.
Primate Ayodele warned that technical rigging could take place in the upcoming election, which might outsmart those who don't understand the process. He then mentioned that the governors of Ebonyi, Rivers, Imo, Oyo, and Lagos states might attempt to rig the election in their favor using various means such as financial, spiritual, and material resources.
However, he urged the people to insist on fairness and revealed that the people in Imo State might resist ballot box snatching. He concluded by calling for prayers to avert the predicted scenarios in the election. Primate Ayodele's message was clear, and his concerns were based on the revelation he received from God.
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