- Ojasope also said Uba’s campaign team lied over the Primate’s past prophecies on happenings within the political sphere in Nigeria
The leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, on Saturday, reacted to remarks on his prophecies by Andy Uba, governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the upcoming Anambra State governorship election.
The controversial cleric had reiterated in his earlier prophecy that Uba cannot win the Anambra State guber without rigging.
The clergyman had recently issued a series of prophecies, where he noted that APC would only win the Anambra State election through massive rigging.
However, Uba’s campaign team had faulted Primate Ayodele’s prophecies on the upcoming election and those he previously issued.
Reacting, the Primate through one of his aides, Oluwatobi Ojasope, dared Uba’s team to fault him with facts not lies.
The clergy man had advised the APC to field George Moghalu as its governorship candidate, if the party wants to stand a chance.
But, Ayodele’s aide said Uba’s campaign team interpreted the prophecy to mean the clargyman gave “APC assurance of victory if Moghalu was picked, they don’t even correlate.”
Ojasope also said Uba’s campaign team lied over the Primate’s past prophecies on happenings within the political sphere in Nigeria.
He added: “Andy Uba’s campaign team have embarked on an impossible mission to fault Primate Ayodele’s genuineness as a man of God because his prophecies don’t favour them. It would have been easy if they can come up with facts, not falsehood and hearsays.
“Primate Ayodele will never give them that publicity by replying but his words still stands, Andy Uba will never be governor of Anambra state except they embark on an advance rigging which will lead to an uprising in the state, as prophecied by the man of God. The election will be coming November, let’s keep fingers crossed.”
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