– Primate Elijah Ayodele Sends Warning To INEC Ahead Of Election
leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele sends stern warning to INEC Officials ahead of the forthcoming general election.
While addressing the public on Tuesday, the clergyman dismissed claims of coups in the country.
He said; “INEC must not misbehave because if the commission does, there will be trouble in the land. They should expect the unexpected in the election, they must work very well. The lives of Nigerians are in the hands of INEC. The whole world will be watching INEC in this election, the officials must take their stand to conduct a free and fair election.
“There are a lot of issues lying ahead of the 2023 elections, we have to pray and watch against massive protests after the election. The INEC must not rush to declare the winner, they need to take their time to avoid court cases. The chairman, Mahmood Yakubu must train his officials well because any error from them can destroy the future of the younger generation.
“The election is an opportunity for him to write his name in gold but if he allows any discrepancies, people are ready to protest and revolt. Nigerians will not take any interim government or inconclusive elections,’’ he said.
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The primate also advised Nigerians not to expect magic from the next president of the country, especially if the wrong person is elected.
He also noted that the country would go through a face of hardship before it becomes a better nation for good.
According to Ayodele: “There are cabals that will frustrate Buhari’s government in order to mess up his government. It is the APC that will spoil Buhari’s government. We have not seen hardship yet, it will be worse if we vote for the wrong person.
”Don’t expect magic from anyone that emerges as the next president because Nigeria is on red alert. President Buhari is tired, and can’t do anything because he is in haste to leave this government. We must avoid further hardship in the country.”