Cleric Who Saw Yar’Adua’s Death Says Another Prophesy On Chibok Girls

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The General-Overseer of Elyon International All Christian Praying Ministry, Apostle Babatunde Oyidi, has made another prophesy.

The cleric who reportedly prophesied the death of former President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua six days after his swearing-in, said the over 234 female students that were abducted from government girls secondary school, Chibok, Borno State, by the Boko Haram sect will soon be released, Daily Post reports.

The seer pleaded with President Goodluck Jonathan to be careful as well as work in the ways of God. He said Nigeria will triumph over its current security challenge if Mr. President heed to good advice.

Oyidi said President Jonathan was not the political messiah of Nigeria but only a precursor to the president who would rescue the country by initiating workable policies and programmes.

He, however, advised Jonathan to stand firm and focused, adding that he should not afraid or allow the so called ‘godfathers’ of the present system to control him.

The cleric advise Jonathan to always abide by the commands of the most high God in whatever he did as the President saying; “whatever he does now, he would be held accountable for it.”

“The Lord God Almighty has revealed that President Jonathan has surrounded himself with enemies in the form of friends. He must, therefore, be careful of his aides. Once more, the president must check and cross-check all those who hang around him because there is a leakage within the ranks,” Oyidi said.

The popular clergyman was also said to have warned the late MKO Abiola not to contest for President in the annulled Presidential election of 1993 which eventually cost the business mogul his life.

It would be recalled that on November 22, 2014, the General Overseer of Galilee Christian Center in Lagos, Prophet Williams Onuoha, has predicted that the current governor of Imo State, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, would become Nigeria’s president in 2015.

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