Primate Ayodele, a prophet from Nigeria, says that a revolution would topple African leaders

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In a Friday revelation, Primate Elijah Ayodele, leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, said that he anticipates the imminent overthrow of several African leaders and a revolution on the continent.

Some long-serving presidents and those passing the torch to their children will be overthrown in the next revolution, Primate Ayodele said.

According to a statement made by his media aide, Oluwatosin Osho, the prophet has predicted that citizens will start to rise up against presidents, leading to an insurrection.

The prophet went on to say that he saw a new day breaking for Africa’s economy.

The day of judgment is coming for people who pass authority on to their offspring, says Ayodele. The long-serving rulers of Africa will be swept away by the impending revolution.

“The people will start to rebel against them on a national level. I foresee a political upheaval across Africa, the arrival of economic emancipation, and the end of dollar dominance.

Primate Ayodele also addressed the upcoming Chadian presidential election, revealing that incumbent Mahamat Idriss Deby will be victorious while cautioning him about the challenges that lay ahead during his term in office.

The prophet warned that Idriss would be the target of plots to depose him and that his regime would be threatened.

He cautioned him against getting caught up in political disputes or making hasty decisions that might impact his government.

Despite a gang formed against him, Idriss will win the election in Chad. There will be efforts to weaken his administration, even though it will have support from throughout the world. Despite his best efforts, he will face political obstacles.

His life is about to be threatened, but he will manage to evade it. He will wish to improve Chad’s situation, but he will face political obstacles. His policies will be impacted by a deal he enters into the incorrect way.

Natural catastrophes and bomb blasts are real threats, therefore they need to be extra cautious. “The current president of Tunisia will also continue in office,” Ayodele said.

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