Nigeria will shutdown in 2021 – Prophet Ayodele

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The Founder of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Prophet Elijah Ayodele, says the ravaging COVID-19 pandemic will cause the nation to “shut down” in 2021.

Recall that President Muhammadu Buhari had in March imposed a total lockdown on parts of the country including Lagos, Abuja and Ogun states.

The lockdown lasted for over five weeks and had a tremendous effect on the country’s economical activities with the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry putting the loss at about N3 billion in the period under review.

Prophet Ayodele said that 2021 would be a tough year in the first three months.

He stated that 2021 would however be better than 2020.

According to him, respite will come around September, when the Nigerian economy would begin to take “proper shape”.

Prophet Ayodele is known for releasing accurate prophecies across many sectors of the nation’s socio-economic and political life.

This year, he predicted that many prominent Nigerians would die from COVID-19.

This was before former Oyo State Governor, Abiola Ajimobi, Senator for Ogun East in the 8th Senate, Senator Buruji Kashamu and then Senator for Lagos East, Bayo Osinowo succumbed to the virus.

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“The year 2021 is going to be a very tough year particularly at the beginning, the first three months.

“The nation’s economy is not going to take proper shape until around September.

“The ravaging COVID-19 will still continue and necessitate the country to shut down.

“President Buhari must be careful. I can’t see the president have firm grip on his government because the cabal has fully taken over.

“Terrorists have taken over his government and they are the same set of people corrupting this government, thereby rendering him confused about governance. That is what the Lord has said to me,” Prophet Ayodele told Sunday Sun.

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