July 18, 2024

Are Nigerian Senators Afraid Of Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy? 

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Are Nigerian Senators Afraid Of Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy?

Are Nigerian Senators Afraid Of Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy? 

On Saturday, 6th of July, 2024, Primate Elijah Ayodele of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church launched the 30th edition of his annual prophecy book titled Warnings To The Nations. At the launch of the remarkable booklet, Primate Ayodele shared several prophecies that have become a focal point for discussion in different arenas. Many of these prophecies have been shared widely among credible news platforms that cut across print, broadcast and digital media.

Among these prophecies is the revelation that there will be a massive protest in Nigeria against hunger and hardship in September. In his description of the protest, Primate Ayodele noted that it would be worse than the ENDSARS protest in 2020 that crippled activities across the country.

These were his words:

“I see a major protest worse than the EndSARS protest before 2027. Except the government of the day is ready and will be willing to do the needful to ameliorate the hardship in the land. As a matter of fact, the government must take urgent steps to address the hunger and the anger in the land before September ends. If the government wants to avert the mother of all protests, they must do the right thing in addressing hunger and joblessness in the country.”

In what seems like an expression of fear, the Nigerian senate yesterday unanimously called on President Tinubu to address the food crisis in the country in order to avoid protest.

Ndume in his argument, said beside Sudan, “in the North, we have started seeing hunger. People can’t go to the farm. Even in the South East and South West, there are farmers and herders crises.

“Prices of basic food items are high. We need to do something or say something as representatives of the people. This is the first time Nigeria is being included among nations that will face a food crisis.”

Idris Wadada from Nasarawa State said the issue at hand was a serious matter. “Nigerians are very patient, and no people can be that much patient under hunger. As much as we are much aware of the factors responsible, we should as well make recommendations to the government of the day.

“As representatives of the people, we are responsible and responsive. We are all leaders and critical stakeholders in this country. Whatever we need to do, we must know at all times that we add value to the efforts put in place to eliminate if not reduce the factors responsible for low levels of food production in the country.”

Immediate-past President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, in his argument, said the patience and tolerance of Nigerians are elastic, but not eternal. “Our people are facing real hunger.

“I saw people, common people, suffering, struggling for food and eating once in a day. Under normal circumstances, in the rainy season, prices escalate. Now, we don’t even have. Now, the government of the day is saying it wants to remove taxes on food items. This Senate must engage the government. What are the issues? We don’t have food reserves.

“If we don’t take action, our citizens, under increased fuel prices, electricity, including food, we won’t like the kind of things we will see in our streets. We must take the right action to ensure that there is food. We can’t take the people for granted for too long.”

Are Nigerian Senators Afraid Of Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy?

It appears the senators are jittery following the revelation of an impending protest and coupled with the fact that the prophet gave September, which is in two months time, as a deadline. The unanimous call on the government to quickly address the hunger issue has no doubt underscored their fears towards another heavy protest than ENDSARS.

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