Pastor Who Predicted Muhammad Ali And Stephen Keshi’s Deaths, Warns That God Is Mad At Nigeria

primate-ayodele-300x184Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele, Head and Spiritual Leader of Inri Spiritual and Evangelical Church, Oke-Afa, Isolo, Lagos has declared that God is not happy with Nigeria and that was why things are not going right.

Ayodele, who has made several accurate prophesies in the past revealed this when Vanguard Newspaper visited him over the weekend.

He however, said a band of prophets have been called to pray on the country’s behalf so that the situation can turn around.

Ayodele is a spiritual leader that is no stranger to prophesies and predictions of the future, some of which he details in an annual publication called Warning to Nations (WTN).

According to research made by Vanguard Newspaper, on page 72 of the WTN 2014/15 edition, he warned that Americans must pray again the loss of a prominent boxer. On June 3, 2016 however, Mohammed Ali, the greatest boxer to ever live, died.

The prophet also on page 76 of WTN 2015/16 edition, predicted the collapse of the leadership structure in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

He said, “PDP will undergo changes and needs prayers to escape crisis.”

His prophesy has proven to be true as in the past few months, the former ruling party has had a leadership structure collapse.

In the past month, a court order dismissed Ali Modu Sheriff as the national leader of the party and a newly appointed Chairman, Ahmed Makarfi.

He also predicted the return of some of the kidnapped Chibok girls on page 74 of the same WTN 2015/16 edition and two of the missing girls were found in May 2016.

The prophet also warned the Nigerian Football Federation to pray against the loss of their coaches. The tragic deaths of Stephen Keshi and Amodu Shuaibu just days apart gives validation to this prediction.

The spiritual leader also predicted on page 99 of the WTN 2014/15 that crude oil would be found in Lagos and as at 2016, Lagos state has joined the gang of oil producing states in Nigeria.

Most admiringly, on page 88 of the 2014/15 edition, Primate Ayodele predicted that, “Post-UTME test will be scrapped,” and true to his words, the Ministry of Education announced the cancelation of the post UTME exams.

Most of the preictions that Primate Ayodele has made in the past have gained a life of their own and come true.

Perhaps, it would be of advantage to heed his warnings like the citizens of Nineveh listened to the Biblical Jonah.

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