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Beyond Nigeria, Primate Ayodele’s Prophecies Shine In Sudan


For every day that passes, Primate Ayodele has never stopped to prove his call as an international prophet with the fulfilment of his prophecies not in Nigeria alone but worldwide.

This is not surprising because the mission of his prophetic ministry had been spelt out before he even became popular. As a matter of fact, the uniqueness of his ministry is what stands him out among others in the ministry. Primate Ayodele had known that God didn’t send him to Nigeria alone even though his primary place of assignment is Nigeria where he hails from, he quickly discerned at the early stage of his ministry that he is a global prophet and that’s why he started publishing an annual book of prophecy titled Warnings to the nations. The first publication came out in 1994 and till date, there has never been a year when the book doesn’t come out. In this prophecy book, every nation in the world is talked about, every sector of the society is mentioned and what God has to say about them in the year are revealed in Warnings to the nations.

As we speak, over 10,000 prophecies of this great man of God have been fulfilled and the current crisis faced in Sudan has just joined the list of fulfilled prophecies of Primate Elijah Ayodele.

The world woke up to the news of a military takeover in Sudan which happened overnight. It was never expected to happen but as we speak, the prime minister and those in government have been forced to resign and a state of emergency has been declared.

On the 4th of July 2021, Primate Ayodele released a prophetic statement on Sudan and mentioned that he sees democracy coming to the country but it will be truncated. In his words, “I see Sudan truncating, frustrating the democracy that is coming’’

Speaking further on it, On the 21st of July 2021, Primate Ayodele spoke about Sudan again and categorically stated that the president will want to ensure democracy takes place but the process will face challenges

‘’Sudan will try to make a new government and the present president will want to ensure a democratic government works. He must be careful so it won’t boomerang. Southern Sudan must be careful against attack, the democratic process will continue to face challenges though the MOU will go as agreed. The president must be prayerful and watchful against rebel attacks.’’ (

As Primate Ayodele said, the democratic process in Sudan has just faced a serious challenge with the military takeover that happened overnight.

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