I see another massive protest That’ll affect every quarter, If There’s no improvement–According to Elijah Ayodele

I see another massive protest That'll affect every quarter, If There's no improvement–According to Elijah AyodeleAs stated by Daily Post, Primate Elijah Ayodele, the Leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, issued a severe warning to President Bola Tinubu, urging him to take immediate action to address the nation’s ongoing problems with hunger and energy.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Ayodele stressed at a news conference on Tuesday that if these pressing problems are not resolved, there may be an unprecedented level of public unrest. The religious leader called attention to Nigerians’ growing economic struggles and asked the government to take immediate action to quell societal unrest.

Ayodele projected that without significant improvements, a massive protest could erupt between August and September 2024. According to a statement issued by his Media Aide, Oluwatosin Osho, the Primate stressed the urgency of the situation. He expressed concern that the looming protest could surpass the scale and impact of the EndSARS demonstrations that gripped the nation in 2020. Ayodele’s forecast suggests a broad-based participation from across the socio-economic spectrum, reflecting widespread dissatisfaction with the current state of the country.

The religious leader’s warning comes amid growing frustration among Nigerians over escalating food prices and erratic power supply. These issues have exacerbated the overall economic hardship, leading to increased discontent among the populace. Ayodele’s call to action underscores the need for the Tinubu administration to prioritize and address these problems to avoid potential unrest. His message highlights the critical link between economic stability and social peace, urging the government to take immediate and effective measures to alleviate the burdens on the Nigerian people.

As the country approaches the projected period of potential protests, all eyes will be on the government’s response to these pressing issues. The situation presents a significant challenge for President Tinubu, who must navigate the complex landscape of Nigeria’s socio-economic difficulties. The coming months will be crucial in determining whether the administration can effectively address the concerns raised and prevent the forecasted turmoil.

He said: I see another massive protest that will affect every quarter. If there is no improvement by August-September, it will be terrible.’’CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>