The Leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has reacted to the alarm raised by the presidency that some citizens are plotting to hijack the federal government, assuring Buhari that no such thing would happen.
He disclosed that no form of coup will succeed since God has already endorsed democracy in the country. Adding that despite the fact that Buhari's administration continues to experience economic hardship, Insecurity, the president won't be ousted out of power.
Ayodele further advised those conceiving the idea of hijacking the government to desist from it, as he claims they won't be successful if they try carrying out the treasonable act.
He advised the President not to be bordered with such rumor, but should rather listen the masses and solve the numerous problems Nigerians are facing.
Reacting to the worrisome state of Insecurity in the country, the cleric insisted that the government needs divine intervention to end Insecurity in the country.
The situation of things in the country is getting really concerned as nearly all parts of the country is not safe anymore. Prior to this time, Insecurity was mostly traced to the Northern region, but that's not the same thing today as Unknown gunmen, bandits and the dreaded Boko Haram insurgents keeps wrecking havoc in most parts of the country. All these has led to many calling for the resignation of the President, while others are seeking a breakout from the country.
SOURCE: Daily Post Nigeria
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