The leading figure and founder of the Inri Evangelical Spiritual Church (IESC), Primate Elijah Ayodele, took to his social media platform moments ago to release new prophecies about the aftermath of the 2023 elections.
Speaking in a video, Primate Ayodele said God has not approved this present government and advised Peter Obi to form an alliance with Atiku.
Primate Ayodele said, "Peter Obi needs to put some things in order if he wants to win as well, and that's what will help you with the situation—either you take it or you leave the government that God did not approve and Nigeria will suffer."
Prophecying Further The Man of God said, "Peter Obi, don't be deceived. Try and form an alliance with Atiku. If they are listening to you, then you can now go on your own."
Lastly, he said, "Your votes and Atiku's votes would have unseated this present government, but because all of you are self-centered, you do not want to come together to move Nigeria forward."
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