People were saying I had collected money from Atiku. I had never met Atiku in my life According to Pastor Ayodele

Punch quoted Primate Babatunde Ayodele, the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church’s founder, as saying that people who hate receiving messages from God are probably going to hate him too. He related stories of times when his forecasts came true, such the time he predicted Ali Bongo would be overthrown in a coup in 2023. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Ayodele made it clear that he doesn’t expect anyone to defend or praise him for his prophecies, emphasizing that they are not for personal validation.

He also mentioned warning the president of Niger about an impending coup before it happened, highlighting that these events are documented.



Furthermore, Ayodele spoke about his warnings to Nigerians before the current government took office, cautioning them about the consequences.

Despite facing opposition and accusations of receiving money from politicians like Atiku Abubakar, he clarified that he had never met Atiku.

Ayodele expressed resilience in the face of online criticism and name-calling, pointing out that he had accurately predicted the rise in petrol prices to #400 before it reached #650.

He stressed that his prophecies are not based on current trends but are delivered well ahead of time, regardless of the reactions they may provoke.



He said that, “Also, before the emergence of this government, I warned Nigerians that if they voted for this government, they would see what would happen.

People were fighting me and saying that I had collected money from Atiku Abubakar. I had never met Atiku in my life. I’m one of those people who has been called names on the internet and I’m not bothered.

Before petrol went to #650, I told Nigerians that they would buy petrol for #400, people were bashing me, there is nothing they did not say about me. So, I’m not making prophecies around the trends of what is happening. I say my own ahead of time.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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