Primate Elijah Ayodele, Spiritual Director of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has responded to the widespread ridicule he has received in Nigeria for his "failed prophecy" that Atiku Abubakar is God's chosen leader. Although his words were widely misunderstood, the prophet stressed that they did not suggest Atiku would win the election.
Remember how the man of God declared that Atiku is God's pick for Nigeria and that nobody can halt God's divine mandate in one of his viral prophecies? As soon as INEC declared Bola Tinubu the new President-elect, Nigerians began attacking the prophet, saying that his predictions had all been false.
Ayodele, the primate, posted a video on his Facebook page in which he refused to retract his "failed" prophecy and instead insisted that he had been misinterpreted. He elaborated on his earlier claims that Atiku is God's choice but predicted that the electorate would reject him anyhow. He exposed how Tinubu, desperate for power, manipulated his way into a position of authority despite not being God's chosen.
The prophet continued by foretelling Nigeria's dire future if Tinubu remains in office. The man spoke thusly: "In these trying times, Nigeria is a farce. Bondage has been imposed on Nigeria. If the current administration remains in power. Nigeria will come to a complete halt."
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