The spiritual leader and founder of INRI Evangelical spiritual church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has come out to talk about another prediction, in his words he predicted that the Rotimi Akeredolu, the incumbent State Governor would emerge winner of the All Progressive Congress party’s primary election in the state.
Primate Ayodele said Akeredolu would be victorious because he has taken steps that will assist him to beat other contestant.
DAILY POST reports that, in a letter sent from the renowned clergyman, he warned that Akeredolu victory at the APC primary election doesn’t gives him direct victory at the general poll because he still sees some danger lying ahead of him.
He clergyman said: “I just pity those people who wanted to contest with Akeredolu. If he does the important things definately the election will be a easy ride to victory for him. But nothwithstanding, Akeredolu will win the APC primaries because of the steps he has taken of recent. ( Hope you remembered the previous prediction of the man of God where he said, Akeredolu will lose) Although this doesn’t mean that he will be victorious in the general election, because some danger still lies ahead of him".
What do you think about this latest prediction, looking a bit contradictory to the previous.
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