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2019 Elections: Why PDP Might Fail-Primate Ayodele

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With the 2019 elections almost around the corner, various prophesies from men of God are abound.

However, one prophesy which  has been consistent, is that of Primate Ayodele Elijah, the spiritual head of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Oke Afa, Isolo, Lagos state.

Known to have prophesied on how the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), can takeover from the government of President Mohammadu Buhari, the revered man of God has not changed his position.

In his annual end of year interactive session with a cross section of journalists held on Saturday, December 22, Primate Ayodele maintained his stances of several months ago when he first said that the PDP might find it difficult to wrestle power from President Muhammadu Buhari come February 2019, because they refused to do the right thing from the beginning.

Ayodele said: “I said it the other time and I still maintain it, if PDP had given the ticket to Bukola Saraki, they will win because it’s only Saraki that can unseat Buhari but PDP have not done what they are supposed to do. I said it in 2015 that Jonathan maybe the last president from PDP. I’m still standing on it unless they take a quick step and that is for Atiku and Saraki to do the right thing. If only they will do the right thing, that is only when PDP can win. For now, I’m only seeing Atiku and Saraki playing.”

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Asked what the right thing to do would be, Primate Ayodele answered thus: “That’s all I’m saying on this matter. PDP will find it difficult to wrestle power from President Buhari come February 2019 election because they refused to do the right thing from the beginning. Unless they put heads together and do the right thing, APC will still come back.”

Commonly addressed as the servant of God, Primate Ayodele went on to prophesy on the parties that will take the ticket in some of the states in the forthcoming election.

His words: “For Lagos State, it won’t be business as usual but APC will still win. In Oyo State, it’s going to be tough. The PDP man there has missed it; it’s still going back to APC. Ogun State is a troubled state. The election should’ve favoured APC, but APC may not have it in Ogun State. Don’t underestimate Amosun’s candidate, or the candidate from GNI but PDP will never get the ticket in Ogun.

“For Delta State, PDP will take the state. For Rivers, though it’s a do or die affair; Wike will still come back. Kano and Kaduna is for APC. Then for Imo State, if the PDP man is serious,  he can take the state but unfortunately,  I don’t see him to be serious and if APC puts their house in order in that state, then they can win that state. APC may win Anambra State for the presidency. Ebony and Cross River States may go to APC if PDP is not careful in those states. This is because PDP has not done what they are supposed to do.”

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Stating that his prophecies were 100 per cent spot-on  because prayers can change things, he however said that 95 percent of his prophecies have come to pass.

Warning that there will be more bloodletting and tension in the forthcoming election than witnessed in 2015, when Goodluck Jonathan was president, he said “Buhari is not Jonathan who went for peace instead of war.”

Concluding his prophesy during the interactive session, Primate Ayodele, warned against traces of Ebola and polio recurring in the country in 2019, climaxing with prophecies in sectors such asas education, maritime, electricity, sports and the oil sectors.

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The Other Side Of Allen Oyenma

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No matter how shrewd a businessman is, he will still shoulder at the sight of real suffering.

This is a fact which Allen Oyenma, the Chairman of Air Peace is aware of.

Known for his shrewd ways of doing business, Onyema falls among the category of men who run their business with only the profit line in mind.

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Admired by some, he is also hated by people who feel a true and successful businessman should be a patriot.

His road to being a patriot, however, stated when he promised to fly Nigerians free from South Africa.

However, his confirmation as a patriot was when he burst into tears while addressing the passengers aboard his Air Peace plane which landed in Lagos State on Wednesday, September 11.

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Singing his praise, and tagging him a jolly good fellow, there was no mistaking the fact that Onyema’s name had been imprinted in the history books.

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Can Dino Melaye Bounce Back?

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The number of time a man falls is irrelevant, it is the number of time he is able to rise that matters.

Senator Dino Melaye is indeed a fallen man presently, but will he be able to bounce back?

Loved by his people, he rose from the lowest of political arrangements to the House of Representatives. From the House of Representative, the man was elected to the Senate.

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While his first term as a Senator under the protective arm of Bukola Saraki was a roller-coaster, his return has proven to be something else.

Removed from the Senate by a tribunal, Melaye’s hope of maintaining some political relevance by emerging the first citizen of Kogi State was dashed when he lost the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) gubernatorial primaries to Engineer Musa Wada. In the lowest political ebb imaginable, the chance that Melaye will be able to bounce back is a common topic of discussion.

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Seyi Tinubu’s Tall Order

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If wishes were horses, even beggars would ride. Indeed, the saying is a popular one, and Seyi Tinubu is familiar with it.

But it appears that the young man would rather be ‘Seyi In Wonderland’ than accept reality.

Though there had been talks of his being positioned by his father, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu to become the governor of Lagos State in 2023, the talks have been considered mere speculations.

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However, they have been re-emerging in recent times among friends of the dark-complexioned man who sits as Chairman of Loatsad Promomedia and Noella Foundation.

 Amidst banters and jokes, the younger Tinubu continues to be hyped as the All Progressive Congress (APC), gubernatorial candidate, a post which he is said to be settling into, even as party faithful laugh at his tall dream.

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