In light of the upcoming presidential elections in Zimbabwe, the Central African Republic (CAR), and South Sudan, Primate Elijah Ayodele, leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has released prophesies.
Primate Ayodele announced the president of Zimbabwe will keep his seat, but not through the proper channels, in a statement signed by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin.
He detailed how both legitimate and shady tactics will be used by the president to guarantee his re-election.
Primate Ayodele has said that the opposition is squandering their resources by participating in the election.
But he cautioned the president to keep military soldiers in the country in his prayers and eyes.
”The Zimbabwean president will resort to both legal and unlawful means to secure reelection. By all means necessary, he will be elected. He will stymie the opposition, and the election will be rigged.
The enemy is throwing good money after bad; only God can give them victory. I see no way for the opposition to win, since the president will do everything it takes to stay in office. The president must maintain a strong military. The military is clearly becoming agitated.
Primate Ayodele of the Central African Republic said the president will do whatever it takes to get support for the referendum. He cautioned him to pray for his well-being and the success of the coup.
To guarantee his supporters’ votes for him in the next referendum, the president of the Central African Republic will stop at nothing. He ought to pray for the restoration of his health and the prevention of a military coup.
Primate Ayodele of South Sudan warned President Salva Kiir to protect his health from assassination attempts. He warned of an impending crisis in his cabinet and encouraged the leader to pray against suffering a personal loss.
The prophet said that Riek Machar, the first vice president, would upset the president’s ambition if he were elected. According to the prophet, some forces would abandon the current president and back Machar if he announces his intention to run for office.
”Salva Kiir, president of South Sudan, must take care to avoid health problems and loss of loved ones. His cabinet will be in disarray.
“Salva Kiir will not have it easy in the election, and he may be dumped for the first vice president by some forces if the first vice president, Riek Machar, declares his intention or shows interest in the presidential race.”
There is a plot to assassinate the president, and he needs to pray about it. There will be racial and religious intervention in the election, and the people will be disappointed in the president.
Ayodele claimed that the conflict in Sudan could only be resolved by the assassination of the leaders of the two opposing organisations or the military junta.
The situation in Sudan is not going to be simple; the opposing factions will battle to the death. They still need God throughout this crisis, despite political intervention from other countries.
The rebellion will not end until the military Junta is disbanded. Before peace can come to the Sudan, he remarked, “they must agree.”
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