The leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has been a major voice when it comes to revealing things to come and speaking the truth to power. His fierceness has made government officials call him names countless times but he seems undaunted by all that, he has continued to maintain his prophetic sagacity.
Before the 2023 presidential election in Nigeria, Primate Ayodele made some revelations publicly about the next president. He stressed the need to choose the right person to lead the country and mentioned some signs that will be seen in Nigeria if the people choose a wrong candidate.
Among the signs he shared with Nigerians is a serious economic hardship which will reflect in the prices of essential commodities. The prophet stated that the prices of fuel, diesel, food materials will skyrocket and become unaffordable for ordinary Nigerians.
The election was held and the candidate of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu won the election but ever since, Nigeria hasn’t remained the same especially in terms of the economic situation. Primate Ayodele trended then for saying Nigerians will experience more hard times than Buhari’s tenure and this didn’t take long to manifest.
Immediately Tinubu took over, Petrol became 620/litre as a result of subsidy removal. The hardship started happening from the increase in petrol price, essential commodities started becoming over expensive for the people to afford, and life became hard generally for ordinary citizens.
In a publication then, Primate Ayodele said Nigerians will buy diesel for N1,500 in 2023 if the wrong candidate is chosen to lead the country and just as he said, Diesel is gradually moving towards the price the prophet mentioned.
Few days ago, it was announced that diesel prices had reached N1,100/litre in the country, just N400 away from what Primate Ayodele foretold before the election held.
On account of the signs Primate Ayodele pointed out that will follow the wrong candidate, would we be right to say Tinubu was a wrong choice? And will the diesel actually get to N1,500/Litre? Well, time will tell.