Primate Ayodele drops bombshell, says Nnamdi Kanu not the chosen one to achieve Biafra

Primate Ayodele drops bombshell, says Nnamdi Kanu not the chosen one to achieve Biafra

Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has told Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) that he is not the messiah to achieve their secession plans.

The Nigerian clergyman known for his accurate predictions and prophecies, told NAIJ.com correspondent in an exclusive chat that the IPOB leader was fighting a cause which is likely to achieved in his absence.

In recent weeks, the agitation by the pro-Biafra supporters has gathered momentum, especially in the wake of a 'quit notice' issued to Igbos by a northern group, but the fearless prophet has categorically stated that the leader of the group will not be the one to lead the people.

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Primate Ayodele who also dropped some other prophecies on issues of national and international importance, noted emphatically that the pronouncement on the actualization of the Biafra Republic is a spiritual one that must not be taken with levity.


Nnamdi Kanu

Before his release, one of the things we spoke about was that the government should make sure he was set free. But he may not be the one to realize the struggle. This is simply because he is taking the wrong steps with some of his actions. He says he belongs to the Jews but his heart is divided. Three factions will break out from Biafra and another warrior will emerge.

Primate Ayodele drops bombshell, says Nnamdi Kanu not the chosen one to achieve Biafra

Nnamdi Kanu has been visiting his people since his release from detention.

I don’t know why he said any Igbo who attends a Yoruba pastor’s church is a fool, but he made a very wrong statement which I expected the Christian Association of Nigeria to have taken a stand against. The man is causing disintegration in Christendom. The CAN president should stand on his feet and not mortgage Christianity in Nigeria.

He is quite young and does not know anything about war. He is not the messiah to lead the Igbos to the next level. There will be disintegration in the country but Nnamdi Kanu will not be the cause.


Recession is not yet over in the country. I have been saying it since 2012 that it will take about seven year before we can get out of recession, so we still have some months before we can get it right in the country. Ghana should be ready to tackle insecurity in their country, because they are likely to start facing the same challenges as Nigerians in that regard.

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Boko Haram is not yet over in Nigeria. Shekau will be overcome by the Nigerian military but it’s not now. The Nigerian military seems not to be getting the fight against Boko Haram right as they are not doing the right thing. It’s a shame that the terrorists attacked female police officers recently and the Army is busy making wrong statements about them.

Primate Ayodele drops bombshell, says Nnamdi Kanu not the chosen one to achieve Biafra

Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau, keeps reappearing even though the military always say they have killed him.


I told you some time ago that corruption will come back to fight this administration and this is already happening. Magu’s work will not be helped and more people will be indicted and arrested. There is a cabal in the federal government causing a lot of issues for us in the country. The president did not have a plan b when he was assuming office, the military should also restructure.

Another form of terrorism is building in the country and if they are allowed, their case will be serious. The military may regret allowing the local hunters fight Boko Haram because the hunters may end up being terrorists themselves.


Oil marketers will run into series of crises, and infiltrated oil will be imported into the country, while independent marketers will run into troubles as well. Southern Kaduna issue is still there, but the right steps have to be taken to ensure that sanity returns.

Primate Ayodele drops bombshell, says Nnamdi Kanu not the chosen one to achieve Biafra

The president has good intentions for Nigerians, but his ailment is not helping issues.


Let us pray that there will be no deaths in the villa because the president’s health keeps fluctuating. He may not be able to hand over to the next person. He meant well for the country, but it is unfortunate that things are happening this way at this time. In the warning to all nations which shall be released soon, the next president shall be revealed.

Pray against bombings in the country, ethnic crises. One of disintegration, restructuring and referendum (a big one) will happen in Nigeria.

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We should pray against death of a prominent pastor, radio presenter, journalist and footballer.

America should be careful against killings, bombings and terrorists’ attacks in the country as well as UK, Spain, France and Germany. There will not be a 3rd World War, but there will be serious crises in the world.

Meanwhile, some of the cleric’s predictions in his Warning To All Nations book have actually come to pass.

Some of them include: The London Bridge attack which left 7 people dead and 48 injured, loss of Coach Kelechi Emeteole who died of cancer, the demise of a prominent member of the NURTW (Rasaq Bello was murdered), fire outbreak inside the palace of the Oba of Lagos and the sudden demise of Chukwuma Onuekwusi, the Channels TV journalist who died in a private clinic in Abuja.

Meanwhile, Nigerians are still asking where the president is and are insisting that he does a video call to pass a message to Nigerians about the state of his health.

During a vox pop on the streets of Lagos, check out what Nigerians told NAIJ.com street reporter.

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