How Primate Ayodele Predicted NFF Crisis, N200 Per Litre Petrol, Brussels Terror Attacks …Warns Atiku
By their fruits you shall know them, says the Holy Bible. Respected man of God, Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele, has forewarned on the crisis presently bedeviling Nigeria’s football house, NFF, making him a man of God to be trusted on divine messages. But few people showed interest then. The NFF crisis is now widespread and threatening to consume its top notches, with the reported sacking by a law court of its President, Amaju Pinnick.
Besides, the founder and spiritual head of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Oke-Afa, Ejigbo, Lagos, also prophesied in the same edition of Global Excellence magazine of December 22nd, 2015 that the crisis would cost the Super Eagles the qualifying matches for this year’s Nations’ Cup.
In the same publication including page 111 of the 2015 edition of the church’s annual prophecy book, Warnings To The Nation, Ayodele foresaw the March 22nd 2016, three deadly bomb attacks in Brussels, Belgium, which took 32 lives. He called for fasting and prayers.
Primate Ayodele is noted for warning against impending challenges of nations and individuals. He foresaw the fizzling out of Nigeria’s deadly Boko Haram sect under Buhari’s government, the Biafra agitation, corruption and Buhari’s anti-corruption war which he warned ‘would backfire’.
He also warned, among other things, that,”Buhari’s administration will have more problems by removing the oil subsidy. If care is not taken, we are going to buy fuel at N200 per litre. The removal of oil subsidy will spur militant youths to damage pipelines to steal products for sale. In probing Jonathan, Buhari will end up shooting himself in the leg. What I mean by that is that as he tries to trouble Jonathan, it will cause problems. He will only be able to hit corruption, but will not make much impact. NFF will have crisis. Atiku should seek the face of God very well because some people want to create trouble around him and destabilize his political machinery.”