A foremost Nigerian cleric and founder of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele who recently revealed that the Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo’s life is in danger has in a recent interveiw predicted doom for the embattled leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.
The cleric in an exclusive interview with The Sun revealed that the IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu may die in the struggle of actualizing Biafra.
Speaking during the interview, the cleric noted that God revealed to him that Biafra may be achieved in the nearest future but the leader of the group may die on the struggle for its actualization.
He said: “Nnamdi Kanu’s life is at risk especially because of the way he talks, his misuse of words. Forget about all he is doing, let him continue to pray to the dead souls. Kanu will not lead Biafra.
“Biafra vision may be actualized in the nearest future, he will not lead the Igbo to actualize the vision. He is taking some wrong steps that will fail him to actualize his dream as a leader of Biafra. Then the Igbo should not expect the Presidency in 2019. Their time has not come.
“I am talking as a prophet not as a politician. Kanu is still going to face a lot of challenges and if he is not careful enough, he may miss it. He must be careful so that he doesn’t lose his life in the cause of this struggle. He needs to be extremely careful and watchful.”
The cleric while speaking on the Anambra election which the IPOB stood against said: “There will be election in Anambra although there will be crisis. If the governor remains steadfast with his party APGA God can help him to sustain that seat but he if he attempts to take wrong steps, he will see the other side of the voters. In a nutshell Nigeria is sitting on time bomb.
“No party can do it. That is why I said Buhari should leave the issue of corruption because if we continue to play money politic, the fight against corruption will continue to be a mirage, even the EFCC cannot effectively fight corruption under the current arrangement until we stop money politics.”