When it comes to prophecy, Primate Elijah Ayodele needs no introduction especially in Africa due to his frequent prophecies, the fulfilment and the issues that arise from his prophetic declarations and revelations.
Though not loved by those in power because of his fearlessness when it comes to speaking the truth to power, we cannot take away the fact that he is very much respected as a man of God whose prophecies have played out in most of the new developments taking place in Nigeria and around the world.
Primate Ayodele was once described as a ‘fake’ man of God by the presidency of Nigeria because he warned them against strange happenings like uncontrollable insecurity but going by all that has been taking place in recent times, the man of God has been vindicated while the presidency has remained helpless.
Nigerians were shocked earlier this month when bandits attacked the convoy of President Muhammadu Buhari without any arrest being made till now, it was more surprising because Primate Ayodele had warned against it in 2021 but it was ignored by the presidency.
Several other prophetic warnings by Primate Ayodele which were ignored by those at the herms of affairs have come to pass and just recently, the shut down of federal government colleges in Abuja due to rising insecurity.
News reports have it that the federal government colleges had to shut down abruptly this morning due to rising insecurity in Abuja, the supposed seat of power that should be the most secure place in the country.
It’s an unfortunate incident but followers of Primate Ayodele will not be surprised. It would be recalled that in June 2021, Primate Ayodele made it known that he foresees gross insecurity in Abuja and that there will be bomb attacks if the security operatives don’t swing into action. (https://dailypost.ng/2021/06/28/i-foresee-bomb-attack-in-abuja-dss-army-must-secure-nigerias-borders-primate-ayodele/)
Also, at the release of his 2022 prophecies in December 2021, Primate Ayodele revealed that there will be some strange happenings in the Nigerian education system in the new year. He explained that the government needs to put security in place especially in schools that have boarding facilities. He further noted that there will be attempts by criminal elements to break into secondary schools in the country.
Since the beginning of the year up till now, the happenings in our schools are what has never been experienced, some months back in Kano, a suicide bomber attacked a school and killed several pupils.
Now with the shutting down of federal government colleges in Abuja, Primate Ayodele’s warnings have been fulfilled again due to the negligence of the government.