2021 will not be a pleasant year, banks will collapse, Nigerians will not be able to go to work – Primate Ayodele
The leader of the spiritual Protestant church INRI, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has said that he sees some pews that will collapse in 2021.
He says he sees confusion on the ground, adding that people will not be able to go to work.
This was part of a series of prophecies he made on Tuesday, in which he also said that Nigerians will not enjoy the current government.
Ayodele advised citizens to use January 1-14 to engage in prayers to avoid what he described as difficult economic times.
Nigerians are already facing a difficult economic situation in the country, and Ayodele said that next year will not be pleasant for the masses.
“2021 will not be an acceptable year, economically speaking Nigeria will not enjoy this government.
“This government will have another difficult economic period, I see some banks collapsing, let’s pray between January 1 and 14 to avoid this crisis.
“Nigerians will not be able to go to work, I don’t see a strike, but I see confusion everywhere, Nigerians must seek the face of God before it is too late, it is a warning,” he said.
Although he is a man of God, Primate Ayodele is a noisy figure in the Nigerian political arena.
Earlier this year, he predicted that President Muhammadu Buhari would get rid of the national leader of the ruling Progressive Congress, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, in the 2023 presidential election.
His words: “In 2023 I predict that Tinubu will be removed from office and the international community will be involved. “In our next elections, the international community will be involved because this government is not prepared for a free and fair election. “Tinubu will be surprised because Buhari will leave.”
The Primate also warned against political assassinations before the next elections for governors of Edo and Ondo States. “As for the governor elections in Edo and Ondo, I foresee political assassinations in these states,” the Primate warned.
At this point, it should be noted that there was not a single political assassination in these states.
The then Primate Ayodele also reacted to the inclusion of religious centres in the Companies and Allied matters (CAMA) signed by President Buhari.
Bishop David Oyedepo of the Living Faith Church had previously opposed the government’s decision.
Ayodele stated that the government was trying to interfere in spiritual matters, which he considered totally unacceptable.
He described the law as a means for the government to fight the church.
In a statement quoted by Scooper News on Monday, Ayodele said it was strictly forbidden to appoint a trustee for her church.
“Nobody can close my account, nobody can get a trustee for me,” he said.
“The government should be warned, it has nothing to do with the church,” Ayodele said, adding that he will soon stop sponsoring banks in the country.
In addition, the cleric attacked the head of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), church leaders who have been silent, probably because they receive a scholarship from the government.