In recent remarks on the 2023 presidential election, Primate Elijah Ayodele, the founder and general overseer of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, revealed what the Igbo people must do, to be recognised by Bola Ahmed Tinubu's administration.
He bemoaned Nigeria's current situation, and the harm it had done to the rule of law, before starting his speech. The Igbos must do more than merely pray, he continued, if they want Tinubu's administration to take them seriously. They must pray, if they hope to achieve anything.
For acknowledgment from Tinubu's administration, the Igbo people should fervently pray. They must pray, if they want to advance in Tinubu's administration. He observed that, it had gotten worse and the rule of law had been undermined.
He concluded by saying, The Judges will convict the innocent, and declare the guilty to be innocent. Sadly, the rule of law has already suffered damage.
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