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Spiritual Solutions In Nigeria’s Battle Against Insecurity: The Role of Primate Elijah Ayodele* By Olomi Jelili, Lagos

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*Spiritual Solutions In Nigeria’s Battle Against Insecurity: The Role of Primate Elijah Ayodele*

By Olomi Jelili, Lagos

 

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When a nation grapples with insecurity, the customary recourse for military forces often involves deploying firearms, grenades, and ammunition to address the threat. However, the crucial query remains: to what extent have these conventional methods effectively mitigated insurgent activities, and have they potentially exacerbated the situation?

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Spiritual Solutions In Nigeria's Battle Against Insecurity: The Role of Primate Elijah Ayodele*
By Olomi Jelili, Lagos

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For a nation like Nigeria, insecurity became outright in 2013 during the emergence of Boko Haram terrorists but till now, despite efforts by the country’s security agencies to combat them using conventional methods like ammunition, the insurgents have not been effectively subdued. Instead, they have grown in strength and numbers. This indicates that the conventional approach to addressing insecurity has been ineffective.

Based on the preceding information, it is evident that nations grappling with insecurity must adopt unconventional strategies to combat this pervasive threat effectively. Merely relying on traditional methods such as firearms and explosives is insufficient. Instead, a comprehensive approach incorporating alternative and proven measures is essential to address insecurity, particularly in nations like Nigeria.

Throughout history and in biblical accounts, we find stories illustrating unconventional methods of overcoming adversity. For example, the children of Israel brought down the walls of Jericho through joyful praise and music (Joshua 6:1-27), while King Hezekiah achieved victory over his enemies through prayer rather than warfare (2 Kings 19:14-37). These narratives demonstrate that victories against insecurity have been achieved through means beyond conventional military tactics such as wielding swords or firearms, emphasizing the power of faith and alternative approaches.

Given the demonstrated ineffectiveness of conventional methods in addressing insecurity, it is imperative for Nigerian security agencies to consider spiritual avenues for resolving the nation’s security challenges. The remarkable aspect of this approach is that spiritual solutions are readily accessible through Nigerian spiritual leaders, eliminating the need for extensive search efforts.

When discussing spiritual leaders or prophets, it’s noteworthy to mention Primate Elijah Ayodele, the esteemed leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church in Lagos, who stands out as the singular figure foreseeing insecurity challenges and offering solutions.

The esteemed prophet has demonstrated his spiritual insight by providing unbidden aid to the nation’s security forces, disclosing the locations of insurgent activities in advance, thereby enabling proactive measures. Regrettably, on numerous occasions, these warnings have been disregarded or overlooked, despite their consistent accuracy.

For instance, the abduction of the Chibok Girls in 2014 which occurred in Borno state was forewarned by the renowned prophet. He warned of the activities of terrorists and advised the government to secure Nigerian academic institutions but due to their negligence, the incident occurred and till now, the students have not all been released.

Recently in his prophecies for 2024, Primate Ayodele mentioned some states in the country where insecurity would persist in the year including the federal capital territory, Abuja. He revealed that kidnapping would take a different dimension in 2024 and truthfully, Nigeria has never experienced a kidnap attack in recent times as it has been happening since the beginning of 2024 especially in Abuja, the seat of power.

The recent abductions in Nigerian schools have also fulfilled the prophecies of Primate Ayodele which he warned about in 2023.

On the 1st of October, 2023, Primate Ayodele in his usual way of releasing prophetic messages warned the federal and state government to secure Nigerian secondary schools as he foresaw an attack in the education sector.

It would be recalled that Primate Ayodele was the only man of God that assured that the abducted students in Kaduna would be rescued alive. In fulfillment of this, the Kaduna state government announced the successful rescue of the students in the early hours of today.

Primate Ayodele’s prophetic gifts have extended far beyond Nigeria’s borders, reaching the global stage. A notable example is the recent gang takeover in Haiti, which fulfilled a prophecy he shared in October 2023. At that time, he cautioned of an imminent total shutdown and violence orchestrated by gangs within the country.

Similarly, the recent political upheaval in Senegal aligns with the prophetic insights of Primate Elijah Ayodele. In advance, he cautioned President Macky Sall that his involvement in the country’s upcoming political transition would precipitate a crisis. Despite being advised against extending his tenure, the president’s decision led to the foretold crisis.

Few days ago, Moscow came under heavy terrorist attack, leading to the death of more than 130 people just three days after Primate Ayodele warned President Putin against such an occurrence. Earlier in the year, the man of God warned Russia to be careful of an attack that will lead to the death of several individuals.

There are many more instances that have proven that Primate Ayodele’s prophetic prowess can be an alternative solution to tackling insecurity in countries especially in Nigeria where he hails from.

It’s sad that when Primate Ayodele releases these prophecies about insecurities, some refer to him as prophet of doom when in the real sense, what he is simply doing is ‘spiritual intelligence’ where physical intelligence fails.

Thankfully, the Chief of Naval staff, Admiral Emmanuel Ogalla in his statement a few days ago acknowledged the importance of divine intervention when he called on Nigerians to pray to God for insecurity to end in the country.

It is not known whether our service chiefs including the Chief of Army staff, Chief of Naval staff, Inspector General of Police, and Chief of Defense Staff follow the prophecies of Primate Ayodele but if they don’t; it is high time they knew that his warnings should be used as guidance in carrying out their respective duties.

The enduring presence of insecurity in Nigeria indicates that current approaches have either been ineffective or insufficient. Despite Primate Ayodele offering numerous pieces of advice to the present service chiefs, it seems evident that they have not heeded his counsel.

While some of these advisories may seem unconventional or enigmatic, akin to the victories of Hezekiah, who triumphed in war without wielding swords, or the children of Israel who brought down Jericho’s walls through song, it is now opportune for our security forces to embrace the extraordinary, mystical, and spiritual in combating insecurity in Nigeria.

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YOU MUST OVERCOME THE NEED TO BE LIKED -Apostle Suleman lectures

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YOU MUST OVERCOME THE NEED TO BE LIKED
-Apostle Suleman lectures

 

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If you have always been a people pleaser and always try your best to be liked by everyone, and do not like it when people are mad at you and always your mouth shut and letting people do and say whatever and walk all over you, Apostle Johnson Suleman has a word for you.

 

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YOU MUST OVERCOME THE NEED TO BE LIKED
-Apostle Suleman lectures

The servant of God at the Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) worldwide warns you should never try to make people like you. “Deal with fear,” he instructed in his latest homily. “The person who already likes you doesn’t need it, and the person who dislikes you doesn’t deserve it,” declares the ‘Restoration Apostle, warning that you risk being overwhelmed by anxiety and fear if you desperately need to be liked by others to be happy.

 

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“It is fear. Fear is so terrible that it takes some components to crush fear; love, power and sound mind, including courage. To be free from fear, guard what you hear. When the devil throws fear at you, gather yourself and respond in faith,” Apostle Suleman lectures.

 

There are people who are incapable of saying no to other people; they struggle terribly to overcome the need to be liked by other people. But Apostle Suleman’s warning suggests the keyword to be ‘need’. It indicates that it’s perfectly okay to ‘want’ to be liked by other people. However, issues arise when it becomes a need, because you would do all sorts of dumb things just to crave acceptance in order to be liked. The famous preacher says the need to be liked by other people can only compound the problem by breaking your commitment to yourself.

 

 

It doesn’t matter if that means ignoring your values, lying to yourself, or pretending to be someone you’re not; as long as it results in you being well-liked by others, it sounds good to you. But Apostle Suleman points out the result: “Jesus Christ and other great people in world’s history never achieved the impossible goal of being universally liked. These exceptional people lived their truth regardless of whether or not everyone liked them,” he asserts, instructing that you’re better at focusing on living your truth than trying to be liked by others.

People will dislike you because of how you look, dress and talk. People will avoid you or pretend to fall asleep when you’re talking, for reasons you may never know. But, Apostle Suleman cautions you to commit to consistently living who you really are because, he says, if you don’t, no matter who you are, you will always say yes to people who don’t like you for whatever reason.

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Niger: One Week After Primate Ayodele’s Warnings, Bandits Attack Nigerian Soldiers (VIDEO)

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*Niger: One Week After Primate Ayodele’s Warnings, Bandits Attack Nigerian Soldiers (VIDEO)

 

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Six Nigerian soldiers and a civilian hunter were killed on Friday night by bandits who ambushed them in Shiroro Local Government Area, Niger State.

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Niger: One Week After Primate Ayodele’s Warnings, Bandits Attack Nigerian Soldiers (VIDEO)

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Local sources report that the soldiers were responding to a distress call from Roro, Karaga, and Rumace communities when they were attacked. An army captain, identified as Adamu, was also abducted during the ambush. There are conflicting reports on whether Captain Adamu was subsequently killed.

This unfortunate incident has fulfilled the prophecy of Nigerian prophet, Primate Elijah Ayodele which he shared earlier in the month of April.

According to the prophecy which was captured in a video, the man of God warned the government of Niger state to be careful of attacks on military formations, government houses and governor’s convoy. He called on the authorities to watch out for any of these attacks.

These were his words:

‘’There will be a deadly attack on military formation. They must be careful so they won’t attack their government house and the governor’s convoy. They must watch on this in Niger’’

Just one week after the prophet sent this warning; bandits laid an ambush against soldiers and killed them.

There are several prophecies on the internet that Primate Ayodele has shared regarding the security situation of Nigeria. He also foretold the biggest calamity involving the brutal murder of soldiers in Delta state, kidnap operations in Nigerian schools, and several other things that have been fulfilled while some are yet to come to pass.

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Milan Industries claims N850 billion damages against AMCON

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Milan Industries claims N850 billion damages against AMCON

 

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Sahara Weekly Reports That The Milan Industries Ltd, owners of Intercontinental Hotels, Lagos has filed Eight Hundred and Fifty Billion Naira (N850,000,000,000.00) damages claim against Assets Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) over wrongful sale of Intercontinental Hotels Lagos.

 

 

 

 

 

Milan Industries claims N850 billion damages against AMCON

 

 

 

 

 

 

The firm had earlier filed a suit against AMCON and Polaris Bank challenging the sale of the hotel over Milan’s alleged indebtedness to Polaris, following a banking relationship between them. AMCON allegedly acquired Milan’s alleged indebtedness from Polaris, and in a bid to recover the alleged debt, purportedly sold Intercontinental Hotels – the security for the loan, to a third party. However, in December 2022, the Court of Appeal, Lagos Division, set aside the sale of Intercontinental Hotels Limited, by AMCON as being unlawful.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The claim is contained in a suit against AMCON at the Federal High Court Lagos in which Milan Industries is claiming that as a result of the unlawful sale and takeover of its hotel, it has suffered an estimated loss of more than Eight Hundred and Fifty Billion Naira (N850,000,000,000.00 ), which sum, it is now seeking from AMCON as damages in court.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The firm in its statement of claim, said “despite lodging an appeal against the judgment of the Court of Appeal, AMCON in clear abuse of court process, is also attempting to recover the unsecured part of the debt, which it estimates to be Forty Billion Two Naira (N42,000,000,000.00 ). Remarkably, at the time the hotel was sold to the third party, it was valued at Eighty-five Billion Naira (N85,000,000,000.00) whereas Milan’s indebtedness stood at Fifteen Billion Naira (N15,000,000,000.00) only, at most.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

According Milan Industries, “To date, AMCON and Polaris have not informed Milan how much the hotel was purportedly sold for, and whether as a result, the debt is fully liquidated or not. The directors of Milan Industries Limited are vigorously contesting the bankruptcy proceeding commenced against them by AMCON.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As a result, the directors of Milan Industries have already instructed the law firms of Prof A. B. Kasunmu L.P, Ahmed Raji & Co., and A. B. Sulu Gambari & Co. to represent them in court.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“The bankruptcy proceeding is a grand design by AMCON to divert attention from the monumental damages they have inflicted on Milan Industries Limited which they, along with Polaris, must surely pay for”, the firm stated in its statement.

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