There will be confusion in the government circles because the judgment will be very clear to all. The best option will be either they go for a rerun or another election entirely or they leave it the way it is.
Primate Elijah Ayodele, the renowned leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has foretold the outcome of the ongoing presidential election tribunal, offering insights into the possible future of Nigeria’s political landscape. His predictions are outlined in his recently released book, the 2023/2024 edition of “Warnings To The Nations.”
The prophecy, unveiled at his Lagos church, comes as a significant revelation amid the ongoing discussions surrounding the presidential election tribunal.
Primate Ayodele’s predictions suggest that the 2023 presidential election outcome could face nullification.
In such a scenario, he outlined three potential options that could emerge: a rerun of the election, a fresh election altogether, or maintaining the status quo. This prophetic insight provides a glimpse into the complex and uncertain path that the nation’s political destiny may take.
Speaking about the potential consequences of the tribunal’s decision, Primate Ayodele stated:
“I foresee that if the Tribunal did not do the needful, it will affect the image of the Tribunal members. I foresee that INEC will not be seen any longer as an unbiased umpire as expected.
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INEC will be seen as a clearing house for all manners of election results. There will be confusion in the government circles because the judgment will be very clear to all. The best option will be either they go for a rerun or another election entirely, or they leave it the way it is.”
In the wake of these insights, Primate Ayodele also touched upon the possible reaction of the All Progressives Congress (APC), the ruling party in Nigeria. He predicted that the APC would be averse to the idea of a rerun and would employ multiple lines of defense to counter such an outcome.
He further elaborated:
“The Ruling party will not want a rerun; they will seek various lines of defense, and it will not hold water as expected.”
As the nation eagerly awaits the tribunal’s decision and contemplates the potential scenarios, Primate Ayodele’s prophecies have stirred conversations about the future of Nigerian politics and the potential implications of the tribunal’s verdict.