When prophecies are made, they are meant to warn, and call on the persons involved to pray and be watchful. In some cases, it is possible to upturn some prophecies through prayers and caution, but when the persons involves don’t pay attention, it always turn out bad.
One of the prophetic voices in Nigeria at the moment is Primate Elijah Ayodele, the leader of INRI Evangelical spiritual church. He has been popular for making prophecies that always come to pass. Primate Ayodele officially releases prophecies two times in a year; During the release of his annual book of Prophecy titled Warning to the nations, and in December of every year for what will happen in the new year. Apart from this two times, He also gives periodic prophecies about individuals, politicians, elections, as God reveals to him.
Some of the prophecies primate Ayodele released in December 2020 about things that will happen in this year have come to pass, also those in his annual book of prophecy (2020/2021 Edition).
Some of them have been published already, below are some of the newly fulfilled ones:
– Death Of Emir And House Of Rep Member: Few days ago, Primate Ayodele was in the news when he prophesied that He foresees the death of an Emir, House Of Representative and House of assembly member, and that only prayers can avert it. Just as he said, An emir died day before yesterday, and today, the representative of Gwaram Federal constituency was pronounced dead.
– Death Of Nollywood Actor : In his prophecy for 2021, Primate Ayodele revealed that he foresees mourning in the nollywood industry. We can all agree that since the year began, lots of actor and actresses have died, and the latest one is Sadiq Daba who died yesterday
– Fire In Airport : In his book, Warning to the nations, Primate Ayodele said we need to pray against fire outbreak in any of our airports. Yesterday, news broke out that there was fire incident at Muritala Muhammed international airport.
– Ghana Election Petition: Primate Ayodele had revealed in a prophecy that the incumbent president, Nana Akufo Addo will win the supreme court case that was held today in Ghana. True to his words, it came to pass as he said them