Those who know Primate Babatunde Elijah Ayodele would acknowledge that he is one of the finest prophets of God.
As far as prophesy is concerned, Ayodele, has been the most consistent, prophesying on both local and international fronts. His prophesies that have come to pass are countless and as such it would be a waste of time reeling them out. However, for the sake of those just familiarizing themselves with the servant of God who leads the flocks of Inri Evangelical Spiritual Church both home and abroad, his prophesies includes demise of Oba Adeyinka Oyekan, death of General Sanni Abacha and the return of Olusegun Obasanjo as President.
Others are the re-organization of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), the travails of the Lagos state governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, a loss in profit by social media platform Facebook, and attacks on camps of Internally Displaced People (IDP). Also, he did prophesied about about the sack of erstwhile Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, and the death of Punch Newspapers Chairman, Gbadebowale Adeborin. His annually released collection of divine signals titled ‘Warnings To The Nations’ is verbosed on his prophesies, and till date remains one of the best collector’s item and reference point of call any day or time. However, in recent times a misconception about certain prophesy by the man of God involving the Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki, has necessitated clarifications.
The spirit of God is necessary for the understanding of prophesies in some cases, while at other times common sense would suffice. One prophesy which has been consistently heard from Primate Ayodele remains his prophesy that “Only Saraki can up seat President Muhammadu Buhari if given the right support by Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).”
While there is no denying that the man of God had said this, there is the need to understand the meat of prophesy.
Primate Ayodele severally said “Only Saraki can up seat President Buhari if given the right support by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
He however didn’t make mention of the fact that he (Saraki) would win the PDP primaries, something which is currently being confused by a lot of people who have been trying to misconstrue the prophesy. Indeed, you have to win the primary election to be able to contest for the President. While it might be easy to confuse both positions, they are indeed very clear cut and separate issues.
There is a clear difference in the statement that “Only Saraki can up seat President Buhari if given the right support by PDP” and his winning the primaries.
While the confusion has been dragging on for a while, it would make more sense if in February when the presidential election holds Atiku Abubakar, the PDP candidate defeats President Buhari in the polls. Then, the talking point would be that the man of God was wrong in his prophesy and that someone other than Saraki had up seated President Buhari.
However, claims that because Saraki lost the primaries to Abukbakar, thus Primate Ayodele’s prophesy is wrong is like trying to tag the north and south-pole as the same.
The need to be precise and on point when analyzing can’t be overemphasized, but at this point, it is very important to clarify that the chance to crucify Primate Ayodele would only come after the general election.
For now, please let Primate Ayodele be.