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You may criticize him from now till eternity but one thing you can never take away from Primate Elijah Ayodele is the consistency in his prophetic ministry.

 

The Never-Ending Consistency Of Primate Ayodele’s Prophetic Prowess

You may criticize him from now till eternity but one thing you can never take away from Primate Elijah Ayodele is the consistency in his prophetic ministry.

Before many of us were born, Primate Ayodele had started ministry and till now, nothing has changed about his ministry. It has been prophecies from the beginning and up till now, It has remained the same; probably the only thing that changed is his ministry having so much impact in every country in the world.

When a man calls himself a prophet, we should ask if his prophecies come to pass, if the answer is positive, then He can be confirmed as a true prophet in line with the word of God that describes who a prophet is. The strength of a prophet lies in the fulfillment of his prophecies; Primate Ayodele has remained ever strong in the prophetic ministry with the fulfillment of his many prophecies.

At the moment, there are proven records of over 15,000 prophecies of Primate Elijah Ayodele that have been fulfilled and the good thing is they keep adding up as the day passes.

Some of the happenings around the world in recent times have confirmed some of the things Primate Ayodele foretold years back.

For instance, Nigeria is going through a situation that was never envisaged; there is scarcity of cash, scarcity of petrol and serious economic hardship. It’s so bad that even the rich are very much affected, the bigwig politicians have also been crying out about these crisis. Meanwhile, this is exactly what Primate Ayodele foretold in March 2022, almost a year now.

The man of God stated that there will be so much economic hardship in the country that will make things really costly. He mentioned that people go back to the days of austerity measures because things will be extremely difficult for Nigerians. He categorically mentioned that fuel will sell for more than N300/ltr.

These were his words

“An economic disaster is coming very soon, before the end of this year. It will be so grave that we will revert back to the days of austerity measures. Diesel will sell for as high as N800 to N1000 per litre. “Petrol will become scarce and, at the end of the day, it will move up to N300 per litre. Things will become extremely difficult for Nigerians. The truth is that Nigeria’s reserve is in red. The country is in massive debt.’’ (https://punchng.com/economic-hardship-therell-be-protests-govs-will-be-stoned-primate-ayodele-prophesies/)

No doubt, the situation facing the country obviously x-rays the prophecy of Primate Ayodele, which is about one year old. Unfortunately, those in power didn’t listen or pay close attention to it. It’s been over five months of petrol scarcity in the country, fuel sells between N350-N500 in different places in the country.

Another fulfillment of his prophecy is the cold war between President Muhammadu Buhari and the presidential candidate of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu. Just yesterday, Governor El-Rufai mentioned on national TV that there are people in the presidency that want Tinubu to lose the election. Primate Ayodele has been warning Tinubu since 2020 about his presidential ambition, he categorically told him that President Buhari will not support his ambition.

These were his words

‘‘Tinubu should take care of his health before his ambition for President. His health might crumble. Who says his health will still be standing by 2023? He has not done the right thing. Also, Buhari will dump Tinubu. He won’t support his cause. Buhari won’t give enough moral and physical support.”

Also in the PDP, Governor Wike has led a rebellion against the party due to the continued stay of Iyorchia Ayu as the chairman. Wike argued that since Atiku, a northerner, became the candidate of the party, the chairman who is also a northerner should resign and allow a southerner take over. The failure to resolve this issue made Wike to leave the party with four other governors.

Primate Ayodele, immediately Ayu became the national chairman of the party, warned that the powers that installed him will want to remove him from the party. These were his words

 “The national chairman will want to make efforts but the cabals will frustrate him. They will blackmail him and want to reduce him to nothing as they did to Uche Secondus but in another dimension. They will not appreciate his efforts.” (https://dailypost.ng/2022/03/15/pdp-crisis-cabals-govs-will-blackmail-nat-chairman-ayu-break-party-primate-ayodele/). It is a known fact that Wike was part of the ‘cabals’ that installed Ayu as national chairman but suddenly, he wants him out just as Primate Ayodele had warned the PDP.

Also, Primate Ayodele mentioned in July 2022 that he foresees wike and three other governors dumping Atiku and working against the victory of the PDP in the presidential election.

“If Atiku doesn’t strategize well, he will be shocked in 2023 because some governors in PDP plan to dump and work against him in the presidential election. Governor Wike and three other governors will disappoint him if he is not careful. I see a great tsunami being planned against his ambition by these governors and the only way this can be averted is by intentionally settling the crisis.’’  (https://dailypost.ng/2022/07/27/presidency-wike-three-pdp-govs-will-work-against-atiku-primate-ayodele-claims/). With the situation in the PDP presently, everyone can agree that Primate Ayodele was right when he made this statement.

Another fulfilment of his prophecy is the death of Emir of Dutse,  Nuhu Muhammad-Sanusi. Primate Ayodele warned against the death of a prominent individual in Jigawa state in his annual prophecy book titled Warnings To The Nation ( 2022/2023 edition). He also noted that the country should pray against the death of Emirs in the country.

‘’Guru, Gumel, Dutse, Kafin Hausa, Kaugama, Kiyawa, Miga, Ringim, Roni, Yankwashi,Taura. These councils must be careful of attacks and abductions. The councils needs God’s divine intervention and guidance. Let the state rebuke the death of a prominent person in the state’’. Sadly, the Emir, who is a very prominent personality in the state died two days ago.

There are several other prophecies of Primate Ayodele that have been fulfilled, the man of God keeps flourishing in the prophetic ministry to God’s glory. Despite the critics, He has never stopped being the true man of God that he is. Certainly, He deserves to get his flowers.

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Before many of us were born, Primate Ayodele had started ministry and till now, nothing has changed about his ministry. It has been prophecies from the beginning and up till now, It has remained the same; probably the only thing that changed is his ministry having so much impact in every country in the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When a man calls himself a prophet, we should ask if his prophecies come to pass, if the answer is positive, then He can be confirmed as a true prophet in line with the word of God that describes who a prophet is. The strength of a prophet lies in the fulfillment of his prophecies; Primate Ayodele has remained ever strong in the prophetic ministry with the fulfillment of his many prophecies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

At the moment, there are proven records of over 15,000 prophecies of Primate Elijah Ayodele that have been fulfilled and the good thing is they keep adding up as the day passes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some of the happenings around the world in recent times have confirmed some of the things Primate Ayodele foretold years back.

 

 

 

 

 

 

For instance, Nigeria is going through a situation that was never envisaged; there is scarcity of cash, scarcity of petrol and serious economic hardship. It’s so bad that even the rich are very much affected, the bigwig politicians have also been crying out about these crisis. Meanwhile, this is exactly what Primate Ayodele foretold in March 2022, almost a year now.

 

 

 

 

 

The man of God stated that there will be so much economic hardship in the country that will make things really costly. He mentioned that people go back to the days of austerity measures because things will be extremely difficult for Nigerians. He categorically mentioned that fuel will sell for more than N300/ltr.

 

 

 

These were his words

“An economic disaster is coming very soon, before the end of this year. It will be so grave that we will revert back to the days of austerity measures. Diesel will sell for as high as N800 to N1000 per litre. “Petrol will become scarce and, at the end of the day, it will move up to N300 per litre. Things will become extremely difficult for Nigerians. The truth is that Nigeria’s reserve is in red. The country is in massive debt.’’ (https://punchng.com/economic-hardship-therell-be-protests-govs-will-be-stoned-primate-ayodele-prophesies/)

 

 

 

 

No doubt, the situation facing the country obviously x-rays the prophecy of Primate Ayodele, which is about one year old. Unfortunately, those in power didn’t listen or pay close attention to it. It’s been over five months of petrol scarcity in the country, fuel sells between N350-N500 in different places in the country.

Another fulfillment of his prophecy is the cold war between President Muhammadu Buhari and the presidential candidate of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu. Just yesterday, Governor El-Rufai mentioned on national TV that there are people in the presidency that want Tinubu to lose the election. Primate Ayodele has been warning Tinubu since 2020 about his presidential ambition, he categorically told him that President Buhari will not support his ambition.

These were his words

‘‘Tinubu should take care of his health before his ambition for President. His health might crumble. Who says his health will still be standing by 2023? He has not done the right thing. Also, Buhari will dump Tinubu. He won’t support his cause. Buhari won’t give enough moral and physical support.”

Also in the PDP, Governor Wike has led a rebellion against the party due to the continued stay of Iyorchia Ayu as the chairman. Wike argued that since Atiku, a northerner, became the candidate of the party, the chairman who is also a northerner should resign and allow a southerner take over. The failure to resolve this issue made Wike to leave the party with four other governors.

Primate Ayodele, immediately Ayu became the national chairman of the party, warned that the powers that installed him will want to remove him from the party. These were his words

“The national chairman will want to make efforts but the cabals will frustrate him. They will blackmail him and want to reduce him to nothing as they did to Uche Secondus but in another dimension. They will not appreciate his efforts.” (https://dailypost.ng/2022/03/15/pdp-crisis-cabals-govs-will-blackmail-nat-chairman-ayu-break-party-primate-ayodele/). It is a known fact that Wike was part of the ‘cabals’ that installed Ayu as national chairman but suddenly, he wants him out just as Primate Ayodele had warned the PDP.

Also, Primate Ayodele mentioned in July 2022 that he foresees wike and three other governors dumping Atiku and working against the victory of the PDP in the presidential election.

“If Atiku doesn’t strategize well, he will be shocked in 2023 because some governors in PDP plan to dump and work against him in the presidential election. Governor Wike and three other governors will disappoint him if he is not careful. I see a great tsunami being planned against his ambition by these governors and the only way this can be averted is by intentionally settling the crisis.’’ (https://dailypost.ng/2022/07/27/presidency-wike-three-pdp-govs-will-work-against-atiku-primate-ayodele-claims/). With the situation in the PDP presently, everyone can agree that Primate Ayodele was right when he made this statement.

Another fulfilment of his prophecy is the death of Emir of Dutse, Nuhu Muhammad-Sanusi. Primate Ayodele warned against the death of a prominent individual in Jigawa state in his annual prophecy book titled Warnings To The Nation ( 2022/2023 edition). He also noted that the country should pray against the death of Emirs in the country.

‘’Guru, Gumel, Dutse, Kafin Hausa, Kaugama, Kiyawa, Miga, Ringim, Roni, Yankwashi,Taura. These councils must be careful of attacks and abductions. The councils needs God’s divine intervention and guidance. Let the state rebuke the death of a prominent person in the state’’. Sadly, the Emir, who is a very prominent personality in the state died two days ago.

There are several other prophecies of Primate Ayodele that have been fulfilled, the man of God keeps flourishing in the prophetic ministry to God’s glory. Despite the critics, He has never stopped being the true man of God that he is. Certainly, He deserves to get his flowers.

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An Icon of Service: NATCOM boss, Otunba Adejare Adegbenro’s Leadership Legacy

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In the intricate mosaic of Nigeria’s societal fabric, Otunba Adejare Adegbenro stands as a beacon of commitment, resilience, and service.

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Born on March 6th, 1973, in Lagos, he draws from a lineage steeped in political legacy, being the grandson of the late Premier of Western Region, Alhaji Daudu Sooroye Adegbenro. Raised in a family that values service to the community, Otunba Adegbenro has carved his path as a distinguished figure in Nigerian society.

The culmination of his familial heritage and dedication to community service was marked by his installation as the first Otunba Laje of Owu Kingdom in Ogun State, Southwest Nigeria.

This historic event, which took place on January 20th, 2018, under the auspices of His Royal Majesty Oba Olusanya Dosunmu II, traditional ruler of Owu kingdom, reinforced Otunba Adegbenro’s deep-rooted ties to his cultural heritage and commitment to uplifting his people.

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Beyond his traditional titles, his influence extends globally, with his appointment as High Commissioner by the International Human Rights Commission (IHRC), where he spearheads foreign special missions aimed at preventing illegal migration and human trafficking. This appointment is a testament of his reputation as a renowned security expert and industrialist, whose expertise transcends national borders.

In his role as the acting Director-General of the National Commission against the Proliferation of Arms, Light Weapons, and Pipeline Vandalism (NATCOM), Otunba Adegbenro has demonstrated a steadfast commitment to combating threats to national security. His vast experience in security consultancy and supply of security gadgets has positioned him as a pivotal figure in Nigeria’s security landscape.

However, Otunba Laje of Owu Kingdom’s contributions extend beyond the realm of security.

Through his foundation, the Otunba Adejare Adegbenro Foundation (OAAF), he channels his resources towards uplifting the less privileged in society. With initiatives ranging from the provision of boreholes to communities lacking access to clean water, to scholarships for deserving students, he exemplifies the spirit of philanthropy and communal solidarity.

Reflecting on his journey, Otunba Adegbenro once acknowledged the challenges he has faced, from navigating the complexities of entrepreneurship to confronting societal stereotypes.

Yet, through it all, he remains resolute in his commitment to service and upliftment. His philosophy, rooted in faith and compassion, drives him to make a tangible difference in the lives of others, regardless of obstacles encountered along the way.

Otunba Adejare Adegbenro stands as a testament to the power of leadership, resilience, and unwavering dedication to the common good. In him, Nigerians find not only a visionary leader but a compassionate steward of progress, whose impact reverberates far beyond the shores of his homeland.

 

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Bullying: Victim may sue As Abuja School Shut

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Lead British International School Abuja, which has been in the eye of the storm over viral videos of bullying involving some of its students, has been shut for three days.

The shutdown order was issued on Tuesday by the Minister of Women Affairs, Uju Kennedy-Ohaneye.

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The Public Relations Officer of the FCT Education Secretariat, Kabiru Musa,  confirmed that the school had been shut down by the minister.

“Yes, it was shut down by the honourable Minister of Women  Affairs for 3 days,” Musa in response to a Whatsapp message by one of our correspondents.

 

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staff member of the school, whose name could not be ascertained as of press time, had earlier announced the shutdown of the school by the minister.

The PUNCH reports that an X user, @moooyeeeee, had on Monday night posted two videos of a female student of the school being repeatedly slapped by another female classmate.

The user called for justice for the victim. Since they were posted, the videos have drawn the wrath of many users of the microblogging platform, who condemned the incident and called for the school authorities to investigate and punish the culprits.

 

A third video depicting a separate case of bullying at the Lead British International School, Abuja emerged on Tuesday.

In the new video posted on Tuesday, some male students in the school’s uniform are seen surrounding another boy who appears to be in casual attire.

A student slapped the boy, who was on his knees, and then some of the other boys who were gathered appealed to stop the ‘bully’ from further harming the boy, who was later whisked away in the nine-second video.

An X user, @PopoolaJoke4, who posted the video wrote, “No be the same school?”, in response to the first viral video of bullying in the same school that was released earlier.

In one of the videos of the minister’s visit, the  representative of the school was heard saying, “By the request of the Minister of Women Affairs, we are Nigerians who respect rules and regulations and we are under the law because our school is actually recognised and our school is under the Federal Capital Territory, and we are registered and based on that, Lead British International School, Abuja is hereby shut  for three days.”

As of the time of filing this report, our correspondent could not ascertain whether the FCTA would use the occasion to investigate other private schools in which alleged cases of bullying take place in the FCT.

Victim threatens lawsuit

 

Namtira Bwala, the student assaulted by her fellow students at Lead British International School, has written the school management, demanding a thorough investigation and heavy sanctions for the 11 students who bullied her.

Two of the bullies were identified tobe Maryam Hassan and a certain Faliya.

Bwala, in a letter addressed to the management of her school through her lawyers at the Deji Adeyanju and Partners Law Firm, gave the school an ultimatum of 48 hours after which she will seek legal redress.

 

A copy of the letter obtained by The PUNCH read, “Our client and several other parents in Lead British International School have informed us and we verily believe them that this act of bullying is a reoccurring issue in the school, and despite several attempts to draw the school’s attention to it, the issue has persisted, leaving our client traumatised from the emotional and physical effect of the oppressive acts by these daredevil bullies.

“Our client completely dissociates herself from the statement issued by the school on April 22, 2024, wherein a case of battery was unconscionably referred to as an ‘incident between minors’.

“Sequel to the foregoing, we have our client’s instruction to demand an immediate investigation and the pronouncement of the stiffest possible sanctions in the student’s rule book on Ms. Maryam Hassan, Miss Faliya and nine other students who have formed a cult of bullies in Lead British International School, Gwarimpa, Abuja.

“Please note that if the school fails to sanction the student bullies within 48 hours of the receipt of this letter, we have our client’s further instruction to seek an immediate and severe legal redress against Lead British International School, Gwarimpa, without further recourse to you.”

 

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Yahaya Bello: Appeal Court fails to hear EFCC’s suit against order restraining ex-Gov’s arrest

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Yahaya Bello: Appeal Court fails to hear EFCC’s suit against order restraining ex-Gov’s arrest

 

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Hearing on the appeal instituted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission against an interim order of the Kogi State High Court restraining the Commission from arresting, detaining, harassing or prosecuting Yahaya Bello, pending the determination of the substantive originating motion for the enforcement of his fundamental human rights, suffered a setback on Monday, as the Court of Appeal failed to sit.

 

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The appropriateness of the siege on Bello’s residence by operatives of the Commission last Wednesday had elicited a heated debate across the country, particularly with the realisation that there had been a restraining order against such action, which had not been vacated as of the time of such action.

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The EFCC had appealed the order on March 11, 2024 and sought for a stay of execution in Appeal No: CA/ABJ/CV/175/2024: Economic and Financial Crimes Commission v. Alhaji Yahaya Bello. The Court of Appeal did not grant the stay of execution but fixed Monday, April 22 for hearing.

However, the Kogi High Court, on Wednesday, April 17, 2024, had delivered its substantive judgment in the matter and directed the commission to seek the leave of a superior court before taking further step against Bello. The judgment was read at about 12pm.

As at about 8am, when EFCC laid siege on Bello’s Abuja residence, the interim injunction, which restrained them from arresting or harassing him, among others, was still subsisting.

Justice Isa Abdullahi had, in his latest verdict, held: “Looking at the Orders sought by the applicant (Yahaya Bello), I am inclined to grant them subject to some alterations which in my view will meet the justice of this case, in the following terms;
1. An Order is hereby granted enforcing the Fundamental Rights of the applicant to liberty and freedom of movement and fair hearing, by restraining the Respondent (EFCC) by themselves, their agents, servants or privies from continuing to harass, threaten to arrest or detain or in any manner whatsoever arresting, detaining or prosecuting the Applicant on the basis of the criminal Charges now pending before the Federal High Court, Abuja to wit; Charge No. FHC/ABJ/CR/550/2022 between FRN v. Ali Bello & Anor, without prejudice to the power of the said Federal High Court, to make any Order as it may deem just in the determination of the rights of the Applicant and the Respondent as may be submitted to her for consideration and determination.

2. An Order is hereby granted directing the Respondent to bring before the said Federal High Court, or any such appropriate Court, such criminal Charge, allegation or Complaint in respect whereof the Applicant is reasonably believed by the Respondent to have committed any offence subject of its jurisdiction, provided that the Respondent shall not invite, arrest or detain the Applicant on account of a reasonable belief that the Applicant has committed any financial crime, without first obtaining the leave of a superior Court of Record, especially haven regard to the antecedents of the Respondent in the manner it has managed its engagements with the Applicant.”

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