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2023: Primate Ayodele names politicians who won’t win in Delta, Ebonyi, Cross River

The Chief Of INRI Evangelical Religious Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, on Thursday, recognized some politicians who can’t succeed of their aspirations to turn out to be governors of their respective states in 2023.

In a press release signed by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin, Primate Ayodele stated some aspirants in Delta, Ebonyi, and Cross River states can’t turn out to be governors in 2023.

He cautioned them in opposition to spending cash on election campaigns as a result of “God has not anointed them to guide the states.”

Primate Ayodele recognized the politicians as Arthur Jarvis, Daniel Asuquo, Prince Godswill Edward, Asuquo Ekpeyong, and Festus Keyamo.

He additionally named Nice Ogboru, Senator Emmanuel Aguariavwodo, and the deputy governor of Delta State, Kingsley Otuaro.

Moreover, the clergyman stated Fidelis Nwankwo, Mr Chris Uzulor, and Edward Nkwoagu can’t turn out to be governors of their respective states in 2023.

Primate Ayodele’s prophetic revelation lower throughout the All Progressives Congress (APC), and Peoples Democratic Social gathering (PDP) within the states named.

The assertion reads: “For PDP in Cross River, the person of God talked about Arthur Jarvis and Daniel Asuquo whereas Prince Godswill Edward, Asuquo Ekpeyong had been talked about within the APC.

“In Delta state APC, Primate Ayodele warned Minister Festus Keyamo, Nice Ogboru and talked about Senator Emmanuel Aguariavwodo, the deputy governor of the state, Kingsley Otuaro in PDP.

“In Ebonyi state, PDP’s Engr Fidelis Nwankwo, Mr Chris Uzulor, and APC’s Edward Nkwoagu as politicians who received’t turn out to be governor within the state in 2023.”

Ayodele urged these he recognized to spend their cash on philanthropic work, relatively than waste it on political campaigns.

He burdened that there’s a blessing in finishing up philanthropic work than spending a lot on a marketing campaign that received’t yield something. Supply: DailyPost

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