Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy On Gov Election Tribunal: One Gone, More To Come?

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Kano state incumbent governor, Abba Kabir Yusuf has become the first elected governor to be sacked by the election tribunal. He was removed this afternoon by the court and his certificate of return has also been withdrawn.

The court declared the candidate of the All Progressive Congress, Nasir Gawuna as the duly elected governor of Kano state.

This has fulfilled the prophecy of Nigerian prophet, Primate Elijah Ayodele which he shared regarding the fate of governors and other elected political officers in the 2023 elections.

Primate Ayodele had said immediately after the election that not all those who were elected will finish their tenure. He mentioned that some governors, senators, lawmakers at the state and national level will not be able to finish their tenure.

As he said it, for the past few weeks now, more than 15 lawmakers have been sacked and the latest development in Kano has further authenticated the prophecy .

‘’I have warned all Nigerian state governors that not all of them will finish in this government. Some will be incapacitated. I am telling you how it is that, not all the governors will end their term, not all the speakers of the house will end their term, not all the senators that were sworn in will end their term, not all the house of reps will end their terms, I am not wishing anybody bad but it is just a warning.’’

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Apart from this prophecy, Primate Ayodele said three days ago during an interview that he foresees that a governor will be sacked by the election tribunal.

These were his words

‘’ There are still people that will be removed, a governor will be removed, there are some members of APC, Labour Party, PDP and others that will be removed. Some governors will be shocked’’

Sadly, one of the governors has been sacked, let’s keep fingers crossed for others that will unfold.

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