….as Tinubu submits 18 exhibits in response to Peter Obi’s qualifying petition
Primate Elijah Ayodele, the leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has asked the presidential election appeal tribunal to consider a rerun or another presidential election.

Ayodele stated that a rerun or new presidential election will restore Nigeria’s electoral system’s confidence.

He revealed this in his 2023 prophecy collection, ‘Warnings To The Nations.’

According to Primate Ayodele, the best options are to order a rematch between the two leading candidates or to have another presidential election.

He stated that the current government will thwart any attempt by the electoral tribunal to issue a ruling against it.

The preacher explained that President Bola Tinubu is willing to go to any length to keep his seat, but until God affects the hearts of the judges, they will dance to the president’s tune.

“This government will go to great lengths to ensure that this Tribunal does not exist.” The President is prepared, technically, spiritually, economically, and monetarily, to do whatever it takes to keep him in office, regardless of allegations of election fraud.

“Only God has the power to remove him.” I believe that unless God affects their hearts, judges will be compromised on this issue. Only God has the power to remove the President from office. He will go to any length to ensure that he is not removed.”

Primate Ayodele added that the true winner will not be granted the mandate to take over the government, despite the fact that Nigerians will continue to experience hardship under the current administration.

He also attributed the collapse of the previous election on opposition party infighting.

“The truth will be revealed, but the Judges will use legal terms to discredit the petitioners’ argument.” INEC, BVAS, and IVR will all be scrapped. The current government will remain and continue in office.

“They will perform admirably, but there will be costs that Nigeria will bear.” The winner will not be given the authority to take over the administration. Atiku and Obi should have merged and declared victory. If they are not cautious and unified, it will have an impact on future elections in the country.”

Ayodele cautioned that if the Tribunal fails to act, the judiciary’s image will suffer, and the electoral body will no longer be viewed as an unbiased empire.

“However, if the Tribunal does not act, the image of the Tribunal members will suffer.” INEC will be viewed as a clearing house for all election outcomes.

“There will be confusion in government circles because the decision will be very clear to everyone.” ‘The wisest option will be to hold a rerun or another election entirely, or to leave things as they are.’


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