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Opinion: Supreme Court Judgment On Imo North Election Vindicates Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy

The supreme court today sat for on the Imo north senatorial district election case and made some important decisions that will finally produce a winner in the election soon.

In the decisions of the supreme court, the candidates of the APC, Ifeanyi Ararume and Frank Ibezim were not favoured.

On Ararume’s case, it would be recalled that some weeks ago, a federal high court made a judgment that He should be given the certificate of return within 72 hours, but this was immediately stopped by another court judgment. It was finally addressed today, and the Supreme court quashed the judgment that asked INEC to give him the certificate of return.

For Frank Ibezim who has issues with the certificates he submitted to the INEC before the election, it was also gathered that he requested that another certificate be submitted but was declined by the court. The final judgment was later adjourned till Friday, 16th Of April, 2021

With this, the candidate of the PDP, Emmanuel Okewulonu is being projected to be the winner of the December 5 polls of Okigwe Zone.

It is worthy of note that one of the voices that has spoken about this election is Primate Elijah Ayodele, a popular prophet in Nigeria who is known for his frequent prophecies about governance in Nigeria. The man of God in September 2020 gave a word of prophecy that the candidate of the PDP, Emmanuel Okewulonu will be the winner of the election.

Even after the APC was declared winner of the election by INEC after the election, he still maintained that the PDP candidate will be declared as winner of the election. He was called names by some people who feel the prophecy will not be fulfilled yet the man of God stood his ground

With the judgment made today, its as good as saying Emmanuel Okewulonu should start rejoicing because He is likely to be given the certificate of return in few days time

Written By John Okafor

Content created and supplied by: ReligiousCritics (via Opera News )

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