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Primate Ayodele predicts that political coups, rather than military ones, will capture power in Nigeria

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Primate Elijah Ayodele, leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has guaranteed the Nigerian government that there will be no military coup in the country.

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Primate Ayodele said in a statement sent by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin, that God has canceled any plans for a military coup in the country.

He predicted a revolution would occur, but that no trace of a military coup would exist for all time.

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Ayodele said that the revolution might be viewed as a political coup, in which voters will remove from power anyone who fails to deliver as promised.

Instead of worrying about a coup, the prophet urged the federal government to keep its cool and work diligently for the good people of Nigeria.

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He added that state administrations are equally susceptible to the political coup.

”Nothing like a military coup will ever happen in Nigeria again, and whoever sponsors or plans it will be doomed to eternal failure. In Nigeria, the only type of coup that can occur is a political one, in which undesired candidates are eliminated from office through popular vote.

”There is a revolution happening across Africa, and Nigeria is not immune; however, unlike other countries, the change in power in Nigeria will occur peacefully through democratic means. Citizens will carry it out instead of military officers. They have the power to remove from office anyone who fails to deliver, and they will vigorously resist any attempt to interfere with the electoral process.

Aside from this, there is no reason to worry; a military coup in Nigeria is impossible since God has cancelled it. I don’t think it will work, but the one silver lining I see is that if you’re not a good person, you won’t be in power for long.

To the federal and state governments: “Don’t freak out, and don’t worry about a coup. They need to get to work for the good of Nigerians if they want to avoid being sucked into this revolution.

Primate Ayodele added that weak leadership has caused Nigeria to lose its standing in Africa despite the country’s potential to control the continent.

“If our problem is bad leaders who are possessed by satanic forces, then Nigeria has all it takes to rule Africa now and in the future,” says a Nigerian politician.

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