The founder and General Overseer of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, in a recent video on his TikTok page shared a message with the public. And revealing what God told him will happen a couple of months from now regarding the price of petrol in Nigeria.
While Speaking the Cleric reportedly stated that "In a couple of months from now, I'm Seeing The Price Of Petrol Changing In Nigeria. And People Will Create Protest For It. This will happen when the price might have been taken to a particular price that will not be favorable to the Nigerians. And because of this, people would want to agitate and create a protest for it.
Speaking further he said " Amidst the unfavorable price tag of the Petrol, it will cause economic hardship in the nation. On this note, I want us to keep our fingers crossed. As we await the prophecy to come to reality. Because this is what the Lord has revealed to his prophet. God bless you.
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