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Controversial clergy and Leader Of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Ayodele Elijah has cautioned the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu to knuckle down to the brass tacks if he intends to actualize his re-election bid in 2023.
According to the Primate, forces are already positioning to rain crisis on Lagos State’s number one citizen on account of his second term ambition.
Primate Ayodele was speaking in a statement issued by his Media Aide, Osho Oluwatosin, and made available to EkoHotBlog.
The clergy, who hailed the Governor for his massive developmental strides, disclosed that some of Sanwo-Olu’s close allies would betray him in his re-election bid.
“Sanwo-olu second term crisis will begin, he should forget politics now and strategize, some forces are waiting to rain nemesis on him.
“His ambition is under threat. People eating, dining with him will stand against him,” he said.
Primate Ayodele also warned that some traditional institutions in the State are on course to losing their relevance, adding that the Oba Of Lagos, Rilwan Akiolu should be wary as insights obtained from the prophetic realm indicates imminent crisis in his Kingdom.
“Some very prominent traditional stool and rulers will become irrelevant and be scrapped in the nearest future.
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“The Oba of Lagos, Oba Rilwan Akiolu should also be mindful of crisis in his kingdom. I see him having challenges in his health, let him pray to God,” he added.
He stated that Lagos State would consequently split into five states in the near future.
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