2023: ‘I see disaster in Tinubu’s government’ – Primate Ayodele 

By Francis IWUCHUKWU, Lagos 

Nigerians were on Saturday intimated that the country will witness disaster, backwardness and other terrible things if the National Leader/presidential candidate of All Progressives Congress, APC, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu emerges as the winner of the presidential election come 2023.

The intimation came from INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church through its founder, Primate Elijah Ayodele who also revealed that Nigeria is yet to have a better candidate among Tinubu, Atiku Abubakar, Peter Obi and Kwankwaso, to take the country to its echelon after the 2023 presidential election.

The cleric further posited that Tinubu can only win the presidential election by rigging.

Primate Elijah Ayodele stated this while addressing journalists during the press presentation of his prophetic book, “Warnings To The Nations” at his Church located in Oke-Afa, Lagos State, Nigeria.

According to the cleric, “I am not seeing Tinubu winning the 2023 election. He can only win the race by rigging and Nigeria will witness another worse government even more than Buhari’s regime. 

“I don’t hate Tinubu, but I see disaster, backwardness and other terrible things you can imagine in his government. Tinubu will be betrayed by his confidants. Atiku will just try, but nothing for him.

“Peter Obi is a noisemaker, what he’s doing at the moment is called “IGG” Initial Gara Gara. 2023 is for Igbo, but the ticket isn’t given to the right person and if they fail to take the mandate now, their generations to come will ask questions.”

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