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Nigeria may disintegrate – Primate Ayodele

The leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has called on Nigerians to pray against bloodshed, unrest and confusion in the country.

He made the prediction through a statement sent to media houses in the country.

According to him, the unrest will be severe and it will affect everyone in the country including political leaders.

He stated that if President Buhari doesn’t sack his service chiefs, there will be another protest that will call the attention of the international communities to the country.

The cleric further revealed that it might cause Nigeria’s disintegration and will expose the government of President Muhammadu Buhari.

“There is something mysterious that will happen, I can’t say when but it will bring unrest in Nigeria, this will also affect the presidency and President Buhari will be in total confusion.

“Nigeria is sitting on a time bomb. I am seeing people running helter-skelter confused, I see people stoning governors, honorable, abusing Buhari, People will be running for safety.

“God isn’t happy with Buhari’s government because He has not done what the Lord has sent him, anybody can criticize this but blood will flow in Nigeria, we need prayers, I see unrest everywhere, whether you are a governor or president, you are not going to escape it.

“If Buhari doesn’t sack his service chiefs, I am seeing another protest against the Buhari government which will call the attention of the international communities.

“This will expose Buhari’s government more, apart from corruption, Nigerians are no more safe, police won’t be safe because I am seeing attack everywhere, and this might even cause our disintegration, Buhari should wake up before it’s too late, I am seeing trouble, sorrow, Nigeria needs prayers’’


Source: Daily Post

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