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The World Seeks Primate Ayodele As More Prophecies Come To Pass

The World Seeks Primate Ayodele As More Prophecies Come To Pass

OpenLife Nigeria reports that countries and leaders including top notch individuals across the world are believed to be seeking Primate Ayodele’s spiritual guide in different aspects and scopes.

According to fresh information from his media department, the Leader Of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church has continued to build up his profile as an accurate seer of the most high God with the incessant fulfilment of his prophetic warnings.

Many of his 2022 prophecies which were released in December 2021 have been fulfilled already. Among the prophecies are the death of Queen Elizabeth, harsh climatic condition experience in European countries, economic challenges in the United Kingdom, resignation of Boris Johnson as prime minister, emergence of William Ruto as the president of Kenya, death of prominent traditional rulers in Nigeria, economic and security challenges in nigeria, to mention a few.

In addition to his many fulfilled prophecies, the most recent outbreak of Ebola Virus in Uganda has fulfilled the warnings of the man of God in his annual book of prophecy titled Warnings To The Nations (2022/2023 edition). Primate Ayodele stated that he foresees the re-surfacing of Ebola virus in some African countries. The virus first resurfaced in DR Congo and now in Uganda.

Also, in his annual prophecy book, Primate Ayodele spoke about Jigawa state in Nigeria and asked that the government should be careful about flooding. It is quite unfortunate that the flooding crisis that has erupted in Jigawa has never been experienced before as about 98 people have been confirmed dead according to verified news reports.

Benue state has also been under a series of attack and just some hours ago, it was reported that about 14 people were killed by herdsmen. Primate Ayodele had warned the state in his annual prophecy book that there will be a series of attacks, while calling on the government to work against these attacks

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