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More hardship awaits Nigerians, Army will go on strike – Primate Ayodele



The Leader Of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele said Nigerians will experience more hardship because the government is in debt that cannot be fully paid in the next six years.

The cleric made the comment via a statement issued by his media aide Osho Oluwatosin.

Ayodele, in his “fresh prophetic warnings”, noted that the people will start protesting against the economic hardship because things are going to be more expensive in the coming days and will lead to the government officials being stoned, embarrassed, and mocked publicly.

The Lagos-based cleric added that the situation of the country is getting to a point where the police and army will go on strike because the government will not be able to pay their salaries.

He registered that basic amenities, especially food items will be so costly and it will be difficult for citizens of the country to feed themselves.

‘More hardship awaits Nigerians because this government is serious on debt that cannot finish in the next six years. Even the next government will still continue to service debt. Only God can help Nigeria because there is going to be a massive protest against the economic hardship. Things are going to be very expensive, the government is just telling Nigerians lies, I am not seeing any better days ahead because everyone will be affected. It will amount to stoning, embarrassing and mocking our leaders.’

‘’Our economy is in serious shambles, it will get to a point where the police and army will go on strike because of payment. There will be inflation in the country and pure water will sell for N50, local rice will sell for N30,000, five litres of groundnut oil will sell for N5,000, there will be no N200 bread, Congo of garri will sell for N1500, with N1,000 you won’t be able to feed yourself, cement will sell between N5,500-N6,000, minerals will sell for N200, Petrol is still going to N250/Litre. Nothing is coming out of this government anymore, it is confusing and will affect the rich and poor and even banks will fold up and forcefully retire some of their staffers. With this economy, hard times await private sectors, multinational companies will begin to shut down’’

Primate Ayodele also spoke on the ASUU strike.

He said the federal government cannot reach an agreement with the union because they are confused about how to get the economy back together.

He also pointed out that the dollar exchange will keep getting high and that the crisis in the economy is going to affect everyone.

‘’ASUU and the Nigerian government will not reach any agreement now because of this economic crisis, they can’t give them what they want because of the situation of the country and some state governments will still owe workers, and some LG councils will be set ablaze because of salaries. Despite this, corruption will be on a high rate and the EFCC will go after some governors.’’

‘’There is no way Naira and dollar can match together, it will still exchange for N690 again and I don’t see it coming down for now because there is confusion in the government. The debt situation of the country will affect state government and local governments because they won’t get the money to even run administrative affairs.’’

On the security challenges of the country, Primate Ayodele noted that he doesn’t see the election being held on the date set by the INEC due to the security situation.

He stated that if it holds, the election will be declared inconclusive because it won’t be held in several places across the country.

The prophet also mentioned some states that will face more security challenges in the coming days, while calling on the security operatives to immediately start working to prevent bloodbath in the places he mentioned.

He noted that if the government wants to come out of this situation, they must support homemade products, indigenous manufacturers, mechanized agriculture, job creation for the youths, and restructuring.

‘’I don’t see our election holding on the day set by the INEC in 2023, it’s either the election is declared inconclusive if it is done on the day set by the INEC or the date will be shifted because more security challenges that will affect some government houses, emirs, royal fathers, churches and mosques, markets will be affected.’’

‘’Some of the states in the country that include Kogi, Lagos, Oyo, Ogun, Ondo, Ekiti, Benue, Plateau, Katsina, Nassarawa, Kaduna, Abuja, Zamfara, Imo, Anambra, Abia, Bauchi, Borno, must be careful against imminent attacks, incessant killings and bloodbath that may arise. The security operatives must rise to all these challenges that will cause killings by unknown people in the country.’’

‘’However, if the country wants to survive this, the government must support homemade product, indigenous manufacturers, mechanized agriculture, create job for the youths and restructuring.’’.

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