Primate Elijah Ayodele, leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has urged the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal to consider holding a new election or rerunning the current one.
According to Ayodele, a new presidential election or rerun will restore faith in Nigeria’s electoral system.
This information was included in the 2023 edition of his ‘Warnings To The Nations’ predictions.
Primate Ayodele argued that a return between the top two contenders or a new presidential election were the best course of action.
He claimed the current administration would thwart the electoral tribunal’s efforts to rule against it.
The minister said that President Bola Tinubu will do whatever it takes to keep his position, and unless God intervenes, the judges will play along.
This administration will stop at nothing to make sure the Tribunal is irrelevant. The President is prepared to do everything it takes, technically, spiritually, economically, and financially, to ensure that he remains in office despite allegations of electoral fraud.
Only God can get rid of him. Unless God intervenes, I think judges will be compromised on this issue. The President is impeachable only by God. He would stop at nothing to ensure that he is not removed from power.
Nigerians would continue to suffer under the current administration, but as Primate Ayodele indicated, the true winner will not be granted the mandate to take over the government.
He also placed the blame on the lack of coordination between opposing parties for the dismal election results.
Judges will eventually find out the facts, but they’ll employ technical legal language to undermine the petitioners’ case. We will throw out INEC, BVAS, and IVR. The current administration will remain in power.
They will achieve great success, but it will come at a high price for Nigeria. The true victor will not be given the right to assume power. Atiku and Obi should have joined forces to ensure victory. They need to be vigilant and work together to prevent this from affecting future elections in the country.
Ayodele cautioned that the electoral body’s reputation as an impartial empire would be damaged if the Tribunal did not act.
But if the Tribunal doesn’t take action, its members’ reputations will suffer. It is expected that INEC will serve as a central repository for election data.
Even though the verdict will be obvious to everyone, there will be chaos in government circles. ”The best course of action will be to either hold a new election or a repeat, or to simply let the results stand as they are.
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