Ahead of his formal declaration to run for a second term in office, President Goodluck Jonathan has been warned to be wary of disgruntled elements that might desperately make attempts on his life in a bid to remove him from power and foil his ambition to contest in the 2015 general elections.
Giving the warning while speaking on the state of the nation, the president and founder of the World Evangelism Bible Church, (WEBIC) Incorporated, Ojota, Lagos, and Chairman of Faith Television, London, Prophet (Dr) Samson Ayorinde, also warned that the forthcoming elections would be “bloody”.
The Architect turned tele-evangelist advised Jonathan to prioritize dialogue with Boko Haram and ensure its actualisation soonest to minimise incessant attacks by the insurgents on the citizenry, prior to the elections.
“2015 general elections is going to be bloody, But God will protect His own and sanity will reign. We are praying. But it is going to be bloody. There is no remedy. That time of battle is usually the time that things juggle up. We can only minimise the impact. Normally, the Boko Haram attacks, as it gets to the election, become heavier, and the counter attacks to get them under control also become heavier. In the places where these happen, they will declare a State of Emergency, so elections cannot hold in those states”, he said.
Ayorinde, however, predicted that Jonathan would emerge winner of the presidential election in 2015 once he shakes up his personal security.
“Jonathan is coming back into office as the president in 2015, unless he dies. They have made attempts to kill him, and they will make other attempts. If they do it by violence, the South will secede. At the end of the day, the country will either be regional with a confederation, which Awolowo had predicted a long time ago, or we stay as Federal Republic of Nigeria, which everybody will have to agree to because united we stand, divided we fall”.
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