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Don’t waste your funds going to Supreme Court – Primate Ayodele tells Obi, Atiku

Primate Elijah Ayodele, the leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, has advised the candidates of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Atiku Abubakar, and the Labour Party, LP, Peter Obi, not to go to the Supreme Court to contest the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal’s decision.

Ayodele advised Atiku and Obi not to spend money by filing an appeal with the Supreme Court.

Ayodele advised on Atiku and Obi’s plans to go to the Supreme Court in a statement signed by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin, as “throwing billions of naira into the fire” because it would be a waste of resources.

He told them to forget about victory and focus on the next election.

According to Ayodele:

”Going to the Supreme Court is like throwing a billion naira into the fire, I have told them in my previous prophecy the Emilokan symbol is powerful, I told them Tinubu was ready, but they didn’t listen.

”Peter Obi and Atiku cannot win at the Supreme Court, they should forget it and wait for another election.

They ought to have learnt their lessons now so they can prepare well for the next election.”

Primate Ayodele said Atiku and Obi didn’t listen when he warned them to get prepared for the election, as, according to him, they did not show any sign of seriousness towards the presidential poll.

He explained that God wanted to take power away from the ruling party, but the opposition parties were not serious, therefore, they jeopardized their chances.

Ayodele said:

”What Nigeria needs now is not the Supreme Court judgment; the opposition didn’t listen at the very initial stage.

“Politics is more than what to play, it’s a mixture of prayer, efforts and struggle.

Atiku and Obi were not ready for this election, God wanted to take power from the ruling party, but the opposition didn’t take the right step.”

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