South African based Nigerian Prophet, Samuel Akinbodunse has mentioned that the next president of Nigeria is a youth, with a name starting with ‘S’.
In a live service at his South Africa Church, the Freedom for all Nation Outreach General Overseer, the man of God made it known that come 2019, Nigeria will have a youth as President and the name of the person starts with ‘S’.
So far, candidates that have indicated interest in becoming president come 2019 with S as their names are 47 year old Sowore Omoyele and 55 year old Saraki Bukola. Others on social media insinuate it may also be ‘Sai Buhari’.
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If you recollect, the General Overseer of Inri Evangelical Church, Primate Babatunde Ayodele, has once mentioned that God told him to tell Senate President, Bukola Saraki to run for President in 2019.
He said there will be consequences if he doesn’t because he has been destined to win the election.
“God has given him a revelation that Saraki will become Nigeria’s next President.”
He said Saraki will put Nigeria on the path of progress should he contest the presidential election in 2019.
According to Ayodele:
“Saraki should come out to contest. It is the word of God. Buhari Government is not in the hand of God any longer; his government cannot meet up the needs of the people, not even the problem of herdsmen in the country which his government cannot control.
“He should step down so that he will not be disgraced like the former. Saraki will do it better and no matter what names people might be calling him, Saraki can move Nigeria forward come 2019.
“In 2013 we told Jonathan that he cannot win, and we repeated it in 2014, but he refused and lost out. During the Liberia presidential election, I told George Weah that he should strategize to win.
“He did and won. We sent similar message to Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya and he won. I said it also to Sierra Leonean presidential aspirant, Umara Samara, he ignored my message which I sent through delegates. He refused the steps I asked him to follow and after the election, the reverse was the case.”