Primate Elijah Ayodele of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church has been advised to stop making negative prophesies.

Chief Oliver Okpala, Senior Special Assistant on Public Enlightenment to APC National Chairman, Dr. Abdullahi Ganduje, while reacting to Primate Ayodele prophesy that Ganduje’s time was up and he would soon be replaced as national chairman of the ruling party, said the church leader should not say things that would instill fear in those concerned.

Ayodele in the statement through his media aide, Oluwatosin Osho Ayodele, said of Ganduje: ‘’He will not be appreciated, there will be problems between him and other party members. He should watch his back; they want to stab him. Somebody is about to replace him; let them be careful so that there won’t be any crisis or unexpected gunshot inside the secretariat.”

Okpala said Ayodele’s kind of prophecy was unacceptable.

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He said: “Men of God, both in the Bible and even the holy Koran are known to always preach peace, unity, love and happiness. Even when such negative things are revealed to them about their nation or individuals, they pray fervently against such occurrence and anything to the contrary is deviance and ungodly. Through this and similar prophecies, Primate Ayodele tend to make people believe that he is a politician in cassock.

“God warned in Jeremiah 23:16 “thus saith the Lord of hosts, hearken not unto the words of the prophets that prophesy unto you. They lead you unto vanity. They speak a vision of their own heart and not out of the mouth of the Lord’.

“Dr. Ganduje knows too well that no religion preaches or authors confusion. He remains focused working closely with our amiable leader, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

“The national chairman, irrespective of prophecies of doom and catastrophe will never succumb to politics of bad blood for he is widely known as a man who has love for his people and the nation.”


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