2023: Tinubu’s Presidential Ambition Will Be “Rubbished” – Popular Prophet
Those pushing for South-East or Asiwaju Bola Tinubu presidency will be hugely disappointed as the north will keep power beyond 2023, a popular prophet has said.
The Founder of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Prophet Elijah Ayodele, stated this in a 27-page, multi-sectoral prophetic revelations.
President Muhammadu Buhari, who was first elected in 2015, is due to leave in 2023.
Apex Igbo sociocultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo and some prominent persons in the South-East and beyond have been clamouring for the major political parties to zone their presidential tickets to the geopolitical zone.
Similarly, South West Agenda for Asiwaju Tinubu 2023 (SWAGA ’23), a political movement recently launched in Ibadan, Oyo State, endorsed the former Lagos governor for the next presidential election.
However, Prophet Ayodele said that neither Tinubu nor a South-Easterner would take over from Buhari in 2023.
“A northerner will still come back as President. The North will not take it easy for any tribe to take over from Buhari.
“Igbo Presidency will not work out because they will betray themselves. And this will cause problems in 2023 more than Nigeria had experienced in the past.
“There will be a lot of efforts to change so many things, but it will not work out. Nigeria should either go back to true federalism or risk break up. So the country needs a lot of prayers.”
On the APC National Leader’s supposed ambition, Prophet Ayodele said, “Tinubu’s presidential ambition will be rubbished. Those who may come out to contest include Tambuwal, Saraki, Fayemi and Ameachi. Tinubu should not try it.
”Tinubu’s ambition will be rubbished and he will be grounded. He would have been at a vantage position, but there is something that will not make it to work.
“The nation’s economy is still shaky. CBN has a lot to do about the economy and CBN should take control of the situation now. The economy will still face many more challenges I see an indictment paper coming out from NNPC.”