In a series of fresh prophecies, Primate Elijah Ayodele, leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has delivered warnings and insights regarding the political landscapes of several African countries.
His statements, as conveyed by his media aide Osho Oluwatosin, highlight potential challenges and developments in Sudan, South Sudan, Ghana, Namibia, and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo).
For Sudan, Primate Ayodele expressed concern that the ongoing crisis in the country could escalate if not carefully addressed. He advised the inclusion of the rebel group, Rapid Support Forces (RSF), in the government to bring about peace and democracy. Failure to do so, he warned, might prolong the democratic process until 2029.
The Primate stated, ‘’In Sudan, what is on the ground in the country can consume them if they don’t take it easy. There is no way the government can rule there without the rebel group, RSF. The rebels are ready for any trouble in order to be part of the government. If the government is ruling without carrying them along, there won’t be peace but if they are carried along, the country will experience democracy in a short time but if not, they may push their democracy till 2029.‘’
Turning his attention to South Sudan, the spiritual leader predicted that President Salva Kiir may face personal crises preventing him from contesting the 2024 presidential elections. He suggested the possibility of Kiir anointing a successor amid potential tensions between the president and the first vice president.
He revealed that, ‘’The South Sudan matter will take another dimension completely. If care isn’t taken, the president may not be able to go for the upcoming election and if he contests, he may be incapacitated. The transitional process will cause problems between the first vice president and the president. The president’s health status will be queried because he won’t be able to do much. The president may step down his ambition and anoint someone else.’’
In the context of Ghana’s political landscape, Primate Ayodele forecasted that the current vice president, Mahamudu Bawumia, would surprise opposition candidate John Mahama in the upcoming election. He cautioned Mahama against relying solely on past successes for victory.
‘’The current vice president of Ghana, Mahamudu Bawumia will shock John Mahama in the election. Mahama will have challenges from the technical aspect. He shouldn’t rely on his past glory because it will not give him victory,” Ayodele exposed.
Namibia, according to the prophecies, may witness disappointment for its president in the upcoming general election, with challenges including disturbance and confusion. The spiritual leader urged the nation to be vigilant and prayerful to avert potential tragedies.
‘’The president of Namibia will be disappointed because people will not want to vote for his party. There will be disturbance and confusion. The country must be prayerful against tragedy that will shake the country,” he added.
In DR Congo, Primate Ayodele advised the president to reassess his strategy for the upcoming election. He warned of potential rebel attacks sponsored by external forces, posing a threat to the country’s economy. The spiritual leader emphasized the need for strategic changes to secure electoral success and safeguard the nation’s economic stability.
‘’The rebels in DR Congo will try to make governance difficult. There are external forces that will be sponsoring the rebels against the government. If the president changes his strategy, he has all it takes to win the coming election. He must restrategise so he can retain his seat. The economy of the country will be threatened, ” primate Ayodele concluded.