According to Daily Post, Primate Elijah Ayodele, the leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has released a 91-page prophecy for the year 2024. The prophecies cover various areas such as Nigeria’s economy, political parties, governors’ forum, and upcoming elections in Edo and Ondo states. The Nigerian economy needs prayers to be revived, and the economic policies need to be well coordinated to achieve desired results. The APC is scheming to turn Nigeria into a one-party state, and some prominent members of the PDP will move to the APC if they fail to wake up from their slumber.
According to Ayodele, “The Biafran movement will face many issues and will be divided into two. Samuel Ekpa risks arrest and embarrassment. Nnamdi Kanu must not be jailed but should receive justice. Sunday, Igboho will face a government clampdown if he returns to Nigeria. The Senate President, Godswill Akpabio, will have it rough with some senators who will not see him as in control of the Senate Chamber’s activities.
“There will be serious moves underground to effect the removal of the National Security Adviser, but he will render quality services to the country and the President on security-related issues. The Governors’ Forum needs fervent prayers so that they do not get confused or trade words with themselves. There is a proposal for the construction of a new Presidential Villa, but there are strange happenings hovering over and around Aso Villa that require spiritual cleansing
The PDP needs rebranding and restructuring; otherwise, they will have issues in future political contests. APC will have some cracks that need urgent attention; a leadership crisis in APC is imminent; Tinubu’s decisions may sideline some people; too much display of dictatorial power in APC; some key party members will leave PDP and APC but receive shocks at the end of the day.
“The Edo election in 2024 may shock the ruling party if they depend on their current way of fighting for success; there may be attacks and killings before, during, and after governorship polls; and Governor Obaseki must re-strategize quickly before it is too late. If Ondo State’s ruling party fails to put their house in order or pick the right candidate as governorship candidate, they may lose the election.
“Nyesom Wike may decamp to the APC; the Rivers State House of Assembly will still be divided along ethnic lines even as peace initiatives are ongoing under President Tinubu’s arrangement at Aso Rock Villa. There is still tension ahead, no matter the present interventions by President Tinubu; there can only be peace if necessary things are done.”