Prophets are highly spiritual men who have consecrated themselves to God, they are special ministers of God that are gifted in foretelling what will happen in the future.
By their gift, they have been given free access to know what God has in mind concerning nations, individuals, corporations, governments, to mention a few.
The prophetic ministry is the oldest and highly revered ministry in the fold. We have had many prophets in the past and Africa as a continent is blessed to have almost the highest numbers of prophets compared to every other continent.
In Africa at the moment, the loudest voice in the prophetic ministry is Primate Elijah Ayodele, the leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, a Nigerian prophet who has positioned himself as a man sent to every nation in the world.
Primate Elijah Ayodele is not that prophet that speaks today and goes silent for many months before speaking out again. The prophets of old as we know were always making prophetic statements, warnings, advice to presidents and individuals. The fact that they are prophet alone makes their input needed in the daily activities of every person, no matter their status.
A prophet’s primary assignment is for his nation; where he hails from and of a truth, Primate Ayodele has made a huge name in Nigeria. As we speak, every Nigerian looks up to the Primate’s prophecies. His prophecies have served as counsel, warnings, and directions to individuals, politicians, business tycoons, government agencies in Nigeria.
Of course, a prophet is known when they speak and it comes to pass. Primate Ayodele’s fulfilled prophecy in Nigeria has no numbers, they are too numerous. Some of them include the victory of Edo state governor, Godwin Obaseki in 2020. Primate Ayodele was the only prophet to have predicted this.
Also, he warned of the emergence of a disease in 2019 which later turned out to be Covid-19. During this period when the virus started, he revealed that the virus will kill many influential Nigerians, we can all testify to the fact that all this came to pass with the death of the former Chief Of Staff, Abba Kyari, Buriji Kashamu, Former Governor Abiola Ajimobi, Hon Bayo Osinowo, to mention a few.
Apart from politics, Primate Ayodele delved into the sports sector to prove that God is involved in every aspect of man’s life and accurately stated the fate of the super eagles in their matches. The team played against Lesotho and Benin Republic some months ago. Despite the fact that football is the most unpredictable sport, the man of God accurately predicted the score long before the match was played, just to prove that God is interested in every area of man’s life.
Going a bit from Nigeria, Primate Ayodele’s prophecies have traveled to other parts of Africa as they did to every part of the world. His prophecies on other countries of the world are even documented alongside the Nigerian ones in his annual book of prophecy titled Warnings to the nation (published since 1994). In this book, Primate Ayodele jot down divine signals and warnings to all nations in the world.
One would have thought Primate Ayodele is only looking for fame or attention which he already has but the shocking thing about it is these prophecies in the book of prophecy come to pass just as he put them.
In the 2021 edition of the book, it interests one to know that Primate Ayodele foretold most of the events that have taken place since he released it. Warnings To The Nations 2021 was collated in March 2021, released in July. In barely three months since its release, many of the warnings have been fulfilled.
The latest is the military coup that just happened in Guinea Conakry. Many woke up to sudden news that the military had taken over the government in Guinea due to reasons connected to the President’s third-term ambition. On page 267 of WTN 2021, Primate Ayodele warned that Alpha Condo will face challenges and that forces will rise up against his government. These were exactly what happened in the country.
Recently, the Taliban took over the government in Afghanistan, forcing the President to flee the country due to his leadership. On page 256-257, Primate Ayodele categorically stated that there will be a protest against the government of Afghanistan and warned that the country should pray against strange happenings. The Taliban taking over was totally a strange action, they also made it known that they were bent on making sure the president leaves his position, fulfilling Primate Ayodele’s prophecy.
In Mali, the current president escaped being killed when he was attacked with a knife in the mosque during prayers. This came after Primate Ayodele released a publication online that the president should be mindful of his movements and be careful of his environment.
In the world today, there is a serious crisis that has to do with climatic conditions. There have been floods, hurricanes in places where it has never happened. Germany, China, America, India have had their fair share of the crisis which led to the destruction of properties. On page 312 of WTN 2021, Primate Ayodele prophesied the climatic condition crisis ravaging the world at the moment.
In Peru, an election was held a few months ago, just after the annual book of prophecy was released. Primate Ayodele categorically stated that Pedro Castillo will emerge the winner of the election on page 325 which was what happened.
In Zambia, Primate Ayodele noted in the 2020 edition of WTN that he sees the president not having a grip on his government and that his efforts will not be appreciated. This played out during the last election that was held last month when the people voted the incumbent president out.
Also in Kenya, there is political tension in the country as they prepare for an election in 2022. Primate Ayodele has released several prophecies regarding the election. He had said that the president, Uhuru Kenyatta will fight his vice, William Ruto. He also noted that there will be a coalition aimed at tackling William Ruto who also wants to contest. These are all the things happening in Kenya at the moment months after Primate Ayodele said it.
We could go on and on as there are numerous prophecies of Primate Ayodele getting fulfilled in Nigeria and other parts of the world. This man of God releases prophecies seamlessly, some even see them as a joke until they see them coming to pass exactly the way he put them.
In Nigeria and Africa, Primate Elijah Ayodele is the only one who follows this pattern which of course is what a prophet should do, we hardly hear of any other doing it like this, is Primate Elijah Ayodele the only prophet in Africa?
Nigeria Defeats Cameroon by 10 Wickets in Cricket World up
Nigeria has defeated Cameroon by 10 wickets with 84 balls left in the International Cricket Council (ICC) T20 Women’s World Cup qualifiers.
The game which was played at the Botswana Cricket Oval Gaborone on Monday, saw the Cameroonian side winning the toss and choosing to bat first in their debut ICC event.
They had majorly Nantia Kenfack to thank for scoring 23 runs in 32 balls ahead Jeanne Ngono, the other best performer in the team, who made seven runs in 13 balls, and together contributing to the team’s tally of 47 runs in 19.3 overs with all wickets out.
Like a walk in the park, a very confident Nigerian side needed only 6.3 overs to score 48 runs in the second innings.
The opening partnership of Esther Sandy and Kehinde Abdulquadri was enough to claim the victory, even though team captain, Blessing Etim, won the Player of the Match by downing four wickets and claiming four maiden overs.
A maiden over is an over in which no runs are scored that count against the bowler.
“This is the first time ever I am bowling four overs, four wickets and no runs. I give glory to God and I appreciate the efforts of my team mates for making this possible.
“ The game was not a very difficult one for us because we listened to our coaches and made our target,’’ an elated Etim said after the game, while also dedicating her award to her team mates.
On his part, Onome Oghenekevwe, the team coach, said the team’s victory showed that they were no push overs.
“Today’s victory was good. Ten wickets victory shows how strong the players are and as far as am concerned, this team is one of the best sides in this tournament.
“ I think that they need more time together as a team and gather as much experiences as possible so that they can go places,’’ Oghenekevwe said.
Nigeria had played four matches, winning two, but will have to await the outcome of the Uganda vs Sierra Leone match on Tuesday, to determine a spot in the semi-finals.
Namibia is currently top of the group and has already qualified with three wins in three matches, while Uganda is second with two wins in three matches, pending the outcome of their last game on Tuesday.
Nigeria, in third place, could have a fighting chance for a semis spot, if Sierra Leone defeats Uganda.
Four teams are expected to qualify from both groups, with Zimbabwe leading the pack in group A.
Minister Cautions NYSC Members Against Influencing Redeployments
Dr Ramatu Aliyu, Minister of State for the Federal Capital Territory on Tuesday, cautioned youth corps members against influencing their postings to their preferred places of assignments.
Aliyu gave the advice when the management of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) led by the FCT Coordinator, Alhaji Abdul Suleman, visited her office in Abuja .
The minister urged the corps members to desist from influencing their posting to rural communities to their places of interest.
According to her, corps members are not only needed in rural communities but gained more recognition in hard-to-reach communities.
“Corps members responsiveness to the plight of the people depicts a very high quality of leadership, that is missing among our youths.
” So in essence, it is in those rural areas that offer you the opportunity to show your leadership qualities.
“It is only in those remote areas that you can think out of the box for the benefit of the people. These are areas that often lack portable water, and other social amenities.
“Seeing the condition of the people can give you the necessary push to come up with ideas on what to do for the benefit of mankind, “she said.
Aliyu said that Garki and Wuse environments, would not offer corps members the opportunity to think of what to do.
” So for you to get all the latitudes to hit the ground running, you have to serve in rural communities. Please, I urge you all not to work your ways to be redeployed,” she said.
Aliyu gave them the assurance that the FCT would continue to serve as home, to all corps members posted their for the youth service scheme.
Earlier, the NYSC FCT Coordinator, Alhaji Abdul Suleman, said that the 2021Batch ‘B’ Stream II Orientation Course had commenced as scheduled.
Suleman said the corps members had been exposed to the COVID-19 preventive protocols, adding that the camp officials and the entire camp community had been screened.
He said that a total of 1,340 corps members had been registered and sworn in by the representative of the Chief Judge of the FCT.
The coordinator said that the corps members had so far, exhibited a high level of discipline and resilience.
Suleman commended the FCT’s administration and the community, for providing the enabling environment for hosting the orientation course.
The highpoint of the event, was the presentation of an artwork, by a youth corps member, Okon Lawrence Idim, to the minister.
Customs Accuses Elite Government Agencies Of Patronising Smuggled Cars
The Assistant Comptroller General (ACG) in charge of modernization of Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), Mr. Saidu Galadima, has accused some Nigerian elites, including government agencies, of patronizing smuggled cars.
Galadima said this during an interactive session with the House of Representatives Committee on Customs and Excise Duty on Tuesday in Abuja.
According to him, “unfortunately, the big men today in Nigeria, I didn’t say National Assembly members, all their escort Hilux are smuggled vehicles.
He said that any officer involved in allowing such smuggled cars were being penalized and punished by the service.
Galadima stated that though, the number of Hilux importation had dropped, hundreds of them were still in town.
Earlier, the Chairman of the Committee, Rep. Leke Abejide, disclosed that they were working towards repealing some provisions in the Customs and Excise Management Act, to reduce the cumbersome process of containers transfer in the agency.
He also told the customs delegates that the committee was proposing three stages for the transfer of containers which include, Controller, DC revenue, and Exit.
“One of the reasons we are doing this interactive session is because we are already working on the Customs and Excise Management Act.
“We want to have an agreement with Customs on common ground, like all these transfer processes, it is going to be there.
“But we don’t want to do it alone; we want to do it with them. We should receive it in this committee by this week.
“So when the Act comes, we are going to sit down and look at it and see how we can help them. We are working on the Act,” he said.
He stated that Customs were short of the workforce, stressing that when the committee went out to the command, the complaints were that they were short of men.
According to him, Customs was supposed to be 30,000 men, but they are 15,000, they cannot recruit the remaining 50 per cent unless they have money.
“Customs is underfunded, they are taking seven per cent of duty on items, this cannot help Customs to recruit. This is one of the things we are doing.
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