Primate Ayodele a prophet from Nigeria says that a revolution would topple African presidents

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Primate Elijah Ayodele, leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, said on Friday that he expects a revolution in Africa and the overthrow of several governments in the near future.

Primate Ayodele revealed that the upcoming revolution would sweep away certain presidents who have been in power for a long time and some who are passing the baton to their children.

The prophet predicted a public revolt against presidents in a message sent by his media aide, Oluwatosin Osho.

In addition, the prophet shared his vision of a new day breaking on the African economy.

The day of judgment is coming for people who pass authority on to their offspring, says Ayodele. The long-serving rulers of Africa will be swept away by the impending revolution.

On a national level, the people will start to rebel against them. A new day is breaking for the African economy, and I foresee liberation from the dollar’s constraints as well as a political crisis across the continent.

Primate Ayodele also addressed the upcoming Chadian presidential election, revealing that incumbent Mahamat Idriss Deby will be victorious while cautioning him about the challenges that lay ahead during his term in office.

The man of God warned Idriss that his regime would be threatened and that he would be the target of assassination attempts.

His words of caution were to steer clear of any political squabbles or hasty deals that could derail his administration.

Despite a gang formed against him, Idriss will win the election in Chad. Even though his government will have support from around the world, there will be efforts to weaken it. Despite his best efforts, he will face political obstacles.

I envision a murder attempt, but he’ll get away with it. There will be political obstacles in his way of his goal of improving Chad’s situation. He is going to make a policy-altering mistake by signing the wrong deal.

They need to be cautious in case of bombs or natural catastrophes. Ayodele further claimed that the current president of Tunisia will continue in office.

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