Hard times are coming, Nigeria will experience more hardships in 2025- Primate Elijah Ayodele.

The Leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, disclosed this on Saturday, 6th of July 2024, that hard times are coming, Nigeria should be fully prepared.

 

Primate Elijah Ayodele

The blunt man of God noted this warning during the book launch of the 30th edition of his annual prophecy book titled “Warnings To The Nations.”

While addressing the journalists in Lagos, the prophet said, the prophecy book “Warnings To The Nations” has been published annually since 1994, has served as a means of guidance and solutions to any unforeseen occurrences for individuals across the world.

He said” There will be mass retrenchment of civil servants, continuous hardships because APC Government cant change the current situation of Nigeria now”. But the way forward is to have 24/7 uninterrupted light, go into mechanized farming, if people go into Agriculture, hardship would be removed. Also settle different types disputes.

Primate Ayodele, however stated that Tinubu is not the messiah of Nigeria he just come to strengthen democracy. “There will be more confusion in the country’s economy, and we are still going to experience more hardships in 2025. “There are cabals in Bola Tinubu administration, they will hijack the government and he will be betrayed”.

 

Primate Elijah Ayodele

 

Speaking further, the man of supported Globacom as an indigenous telecommunication companies that can create employment for Nigerians, he said, “Tinubu government should support Globacom because it is an indigenous telecommunication companies that can create more jobs and boost the economy  of  Nigeria”.

Primate Ayodele said, Nigeria will be divided, but the course wont be championed by Nnamdi Kanu or Sunday Igboho; it will happen naturally without bloodshed.
“No prayer and fasting will stop it,” he added.

The man of God also added ” “Protest is never the solution to Nigeria problems, it will be hijacked and worsen the economic situation, but dialogue with the Government is a better solution”.

 

 

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