Prophet Ayodele predicts major bomb scare in Abuja, Lagos, others, hijack of Cameroon govt

The Leader of the INRI Evangelical spiritual church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has revealed that some states in Nigeria will experience bomb scar, which will threaten the security of the country like never before.
Primate Ayodele disclosed this during a live service in his Lagos church on Sunday
“In Nigeria, I see a major bomb scare that will threaten the security of our country than ever before.
“We need serious prayers, our security agencies must fight the issue of Boko Haram. These states should pray against Bomb scare; Abuja, Lagos, Portharcourt and Oyo state.’’
He also warned the President of Cameroun, Paul Biya against dullness in his government as he foresees his government being hijacked.
Primate Ayodele said he foresees a serious crisis in Cameroon which will lead to unexpected killings in the country.
He warned Paul Biya to pray against death as he foresees his health failing
“Cameroun will have a crisis, there will be a big problem between the English speaking and French-speaking part of the country.
“The country will have political problems, and unexpected killings will occur in the country, the president, Paul Biya will have issues and if he is not careful, He will have problems and his government will be hijacked.
“He should pray for his health, He needs to wake up or else, it will be worse both economically and politically’’
The primate predicted that the President of Uganda will continue to have issues with his opposition and there will be efforts to make him irrelevant politically.
The prophet also claimed to foresees another coup threat in Africa.
“Ugandan president will keep facing opposition challenges, efforts will be made to destroy his political relevance, let us pray against a major disorderliness in the country that looks like a protest. I foresee another coup threat in Africa’’ he said.

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