Acting President Yemi Osinbajo's Life Is In Danger - Primate Ayodele - The Herald Nigeria

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo’s Life Is In Danger – Primate Ayodele

The founder and spiritual leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Babatunde Elijah Ayodele has disclosed that the Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo’s life is in danger.

Speaking on the alleged plot against the Acting President, the foremost Nigerian cleric stated that God showed him the National flag being flown at half mast.

Revealing that the Acting President is struggling with the cabal within the president Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, Primate Ayodele stated that the cabal wants to see the Acting President Dethroned.

Calling on Nigerians to continue to pray harder for the Acting President, the cleric said:: “The vice president’s life is in danger but God will see him through. Many things will still be exposed about the plots against him. There are so many things we don’t see now; the vice president is struggling against the cabal. As it is now, the villa is vacant.

“We still need to pray very well for Buhari to recover quickly. He may not be stable till the end of his term. I am also seeing a big referendum coming in Nigeria but I cannot see when or how it will come because God did not show me that.

“Honestly, Buhari needs prayers. His family needs to pray very well for him. I am not saying the medical treatment he is receiving will not work, but it is not the lasting solution. It is only God that can sustain his life. Buhari must not die because if he dies it will affect a lot of things in the North.

“But I see the national flag being flown at half mast but I don’t know where that is coming from. Oyegun’s seat is shaking. His position will be in crisis if Buhari fails to continue.”

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