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Fresh Prophecies On Aso Rock, Attack On Govt Houses, APC, IPOB From Primate Ayodele

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Primate Elijah Ayodele, the chief of the INRI Evangelical spiritual church, has made some shocking disclosures regarding Nigeria’s security situation.

He revealed that God revealed to him that there are powers at work in Nigeria, and that the insecurity is caused by issues in the Presidential Villa.

He explained that the problems at the villa are turning into insecurity and economic crisis, saying there are a number of people ruling Nigeria.

He further exposed that there are so many things hidden about the Presidential villa which will be exposed soon and that APC will have challenges before 2023.

‘’I see forces behind Insecurity in Nigeria, there is a problem in the villa, it is the one extending to our economy and security.

Hidden things in Villa will soon be exposed, there are a number of people ruling Nigeria, not the President, and they are fighting.

“Soon, many things will unfold. Before 2023, this will affect the APC, I foresee a serious tussle between APC and APC government’’

The prophet also added that he foresees an attack in some states soon which will bring about serious casualties. He warned the governors of the states to be vigilant and fortify the security of their states to avert it.

He also warned against attacks in some government houses as he foresees attack in some of the states.

‘’In Zamfara, Yobe, Adamawa, Borno, Jigawa, Abuja, Imo, Anambra, Ebonyi, Taraba, and Abia, I see unexpected attacks that will record serious casualties, the governors should wake up to face this squarely.

They must also ensure they guide their government houses very well against attacks.

”Let the army watch their armoury, Air force should also be watchful in the attack against Bandits to avoid more air accidents’’

He advised the Eastern governors to take the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), and Eastern Security Networks seriously.

The prophet gave a warning to the acting national chairman of the All Progressive Congress, Mai Mala Buni who is also the governor of Yobe State against his political steps.

‘The current APC National acting chairman will be attacked by some governors that don’t want his policies and plans, his next political step will be frustrated, Let him commit his ways in the hands of God, I see a serious gang-up against him’’

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Missing Children Found Dead Inside Pastor’s Car

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Two children have been found dead inside pastor’s car at Fawode in the Kwabre East Municipality of the Ashanti Region.

Blessed Yiedie Boadu Boakye, 2, and Emmanuel Ahoto, 3, allegedly suffocated after being stuck in the car of the head pastor of Light Salvation Ministry International, Prophet Evans K. Oppong.

Missing children found dead inside pastor’s car at Fawode

The bodies were found in the boot of the Kia four-wheel drive with registration number ER201-13 on Easter Sunday during a church service.

The father of one of the victims, Mr Eric Boakye alias Ericus Papa told Kumasi FM’s Elisha Adarkwah that he was called on the day of the incident that his child was missing.

He rushed to the church where a search was conducted without success and later decided to report the case to the police at Mamponteng.

It was later discovered that the boy, together with the other victim, were found unresponsive in the pastor’s car that was parked at the premises of the church.

The children were rushed to the Mampong Health Centre but were pronounced dead on arrival.

The case has been reported to the Mampongteng District police command.

Mr Eric, therefore, called on the police to expedite investigations into the circumstances that led to his child’s death

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2023: ‘There’ll Be No Access To Power, Nigeria Is A Scam’ – Pastor Adefarasin (Video)

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House on The Rock Founder, Pastor Paul Adefarasin, has described Nigeria as a scam built on a bad foundation.

According to the cleric, whoever wins the next presidential election will not be allowed access to power until he puts up a veritable constitution that is truly the document of the people.

Addressing his congregation in a viral video, Adefarasin said that the problem of Nigeria is Nigeria and not its citizens, noting that Nigerians are succeeding everywhere all around the world.

“And God will give us what we need to do what needs to be done. If we perish, let us perish,” he said.

“You hear what I’m saying to you? Otherwise your grandchildren will not have a future in this land. Only people who are rooted in Christ will be able deliver God’s purpose to this nation.

“Does he have a purpose? Of course, look at the amount of resources he has deposited in this nation. Look at the resilience of the Nigerian.

“Look at how Nigerians are succeeding everywhere in the world. So the problem is not Nigerians. It’s Nigeria and its constitution.

“The document upon which we were formed was put together by a few soldiers and they were surrogates and that is what is supposedly holding us together.

“The foundation is that document and if the foundation is faulty, what can the righteous do? Go back to the foundation.

“The next administration must not access power until we have a veritable constitution that is true, the document of we the people.

“Anything else is a fraud. Nigeria is a scam, it’s a scam and it has perpetrated itself for too long and it’s time to do something about it.

“No politician has the right to talk to us on this matter unless they believe as we believe on this matter. Nigeria can do better, she can get better and she can win.”

 

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I Will Keep Praying For Muslims To Build Churches For Christians – Bishop Kukah

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The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Rev. Matthew Kukah, has said that he will continue to pray that Muslims would build a church for Christians one day.

Kukah stated this on Monday during the commissioning of 86 housing units with a church and mosque for Internally Displaced Persons in Sangere-Marghi village of Girei Local Government Area of Adamawa State.

DAILY NIGERIAN reports that both Muslims and Christians benefited from the houses built by Most Rev. Stephen Dami Mamza, Catholic Bishop of Yola Diocese.

Kukah said the significance of building the housing estate and the mosque should not be lost.

“Nigerians should learn to practice the religion of tolerance and love for their neighbours.

“It is important that Christians and Muslims appreciate what the Diocese of Yola has done today,” Kukah said.

The renowned cleric charged the governor of the state, Ahmadu Fintiri, to impress other northern governors with the need for synergy between government and religious leaders to promote love and peace in the region and the country.

In his remark, Fintiri commended the laudable initiative and commitment of Mamza to serving humanity and promoting religious tolerance in the state.

“We are gathered to celebrate one of the outstanding humanitarian efforts in the history of care and support as a nation.

“We are happy to be part of this effort to resettle our brothers and sisters that were displaced by insurgency since 2014,”  Fintiri said.

In his response,  Mamza disclosed that the Catholic Diocese built the estate with national and international partners’ support.

“This project is a tall dream come true since the Catholic Diocese of Yola first opened its doors to host IDPs on Sunday, September 15, 2014.

“This was after the collapse of some local governments in Northern Adamawa, following  Boko Haram attacks on villagers.

“At the height of the displacement in October 2014, when Mubi town and environs came under Boko Haram occupation, thousands fled into Yola and approached us for food and shelter.

“We have been taking care of the IDPs for the past seven years with the little assistance we receive from our major partners.

“The Catholic Diocese of Yola, with its local resources, also constructed a Mosque for some of our Muslim IDPs,” Mamza said.

He appealed to government and humanitarian actors for more assistance, saying that displaced persons needed to be given opportunities to be productive and self-reliant.

According to him, this will prevent the IDPs from being passive recipients of aid, which results in dependency syndrome.

News Agency of Nigeria reports that many notable personalities, including Rev. Bulus Yohanna, Bishop of Kontagora Diocese, representative of Lamido of Adamawa, other top clergy, government officials and politicians, attended the event.

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