A renowned cleric, leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has given a word of advice to leader of the All Progressive Congress, Bola Tinubu careful with his presidential ambition.
Tinubu, a former governor of Lagos State is currently on a medical trip to in United Kingdom (UK) recovering from a surgery of an undisclosed illness.
According to the prophet, Tinubu’s political tenure may not last for long due to the political betrayals he would suffer from his proteges.
Media Aide of the Prophet, Osho Oluwatosin issued a statement that wanred Tinubu to be very careful.
The statement read: “I don’t see Tinubu’s reign in politics exceeding 2023.
“The plans to take over power from him are underway and almost perfected. His ‘boys’, those he trained politically, will betray, backstaband rise up against him.
“On his health, though I warned him severally, I wish him a speedy recovery. Those visiting him don’t love him, if they do, they will be praying fervently for him.”
In a related development, Prophet Ayodele recently revealed that some prophecies he made about some countries have come to pass.
According to him, some prophecies he made Mali and Peru have played out before people as he prophecied that Pedro Castillo would emerge as the president of Peru.
Primate Ayodele’s Media Office issued a statement that read: “Despite the fact that he is being criticized by the Nigerian government because of his prophetic warnings against them, Primate Ayodele has continued to shine beyond the shores of Nigeria with the unceasing fulfilment of his prophecies exactly the way he put them.
“Right from onset, Primate Ayodele has made it known with his prophetic unction that He isn’t limited to a country, continent, sector but an all-rounder prophet who says God’s mind about virtually everything that has to do with life.
24-year-old man on the run, declared wanted by EFCC for N935m investment scam
One Adewale Daniel Jayeoba who is currently on the run has been declared wanted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over an alleged investment scam.
According to the EFCC, Jayeoba, a native of Ori-Ade Local Government in Osun State, used to live at Suit 1004, Providence Centre, MKO Abiola Way, by NNPC Mega Station, Abeokuta, Ogun State.
“The public is hereby notified that Adewale Daniel Jayeoba of Wales Kingdom Capital is wanted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in the alleged case of an investment scam,” the anti-graft agency’s Head of Media and Publicity, Wilson Uwujaren, said on Monday.
Reports say that the commission had in June arrested Jayeoba’s parents, Emmanuel and Victoria Jayeoba for allegedly defrauding people in a N935million Ponzi scheme.
At the time, Uwujaren said the couple, in complicity with their son (still at large), “operated the scheme in the guise of forex trading.”
The couple was said to have been arrested at their residence in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.
“They are parents to Adewale Daniel, Marketing Director, Wales Kingdom Capital Limited,” it was said at the time.
The father, Emmanuel, was described as a Director in Wales Kingdom Capital; operating about five bank accounts with which he had allegedly received N18,397,913 before he was arrested.
The mother, Victoria, had six bank accounts through which she reportedly received up to N916,607,715.
The EFCC urged anybody with useful information about the wanted man’s whereabouts to contact any of its offices across the nation.
Obadiah Mailafia, ex-deputy governor of CBN, dies at 64
Obadiah Mailafiya, a former deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), is dead.
Mailafiya died on Sunday morning at the National Hospital, Abuja, according to Luka Binniyat, spokesman of the Southern Kaduna Peoples Union (SOKAPU).
The 64-year-old who was a strong critic of the President Muhammadu Buhari’s led administration was said to have been taking refuge in Markudi, Benue state, following alleged persistent harassment by the Department of State Security Services (DSS), but fell sick on Saturday and was rushed to the hospital, according to Binniyat.
“You know following his harassment by the DSS, he has been taking refuge from place to place.
“The last place he went to take refuge is Markudi. Yesterday (Saturday), he took ill and he was rushed to the hospital that he normally attend in Abuja.
“This morning, he was pronounced dead”, Binniyat said.