Some Prophets See Nothing- Femi Adeshina Blasts Primate Ayodele Over 2040 Breakup

Primate Ayodele
Primate Elijah Ayodele
  • “What am I saying? Don’t nations break? Where is the old Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, and many others? Yes, those countries broke into splinters, but as for Nigeria, it would survive.

Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has reacted to the recent prophecy by a Nigerian prophet, Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele of Inri Evangelical Spiritual Church, who claimed that Nigeria’s corporate existence would not survive till 2040.

Recall that the renowned prophet, during the launch of the 2021/2022 edition of the “Warnings to the Nations,” a compendium of prophecies for countries of the world, the prophet said the country would soon disintegrate, saying it would be bloodless.

Reacting, Femi Adesina, in a statement on Thursday night titled “SOME PROPHETS SEE NOTHING”, urged Ayodele to focus on his pastoral work.

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Adesina who lambasted some Nigerian prophets over their alleged fake prophecies said Nigeria would survive till 2040.

The statement reads, “What am I saying? Don’t nations break? Where is the old Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, and many others? Yes, those countries broke into splinters, but as for Nigeria, it would survive.

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“Beyond 2035 and 2040, whether we are still here or not. And as long as patriots continue to lead the country.

“But for Primate Ayodele, let him focus on touching lives through preaching the gospel, and empowering of many people. It has great gains now and in eternity.”

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