Barely four days after the Sultan of Sokoto, Sultan Sa’ad Abubakar III warned the three tiers of government of dire consequences if steps are not taken to meet the yearnings of Nigerians, a popular pastor, known for telling the future, the leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elisah Ayodele, has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to resign over the litany of woes, including the killing of 43 farmers in Borno, that have beset the country.
Monday, Primatw Ayodele, in a Monday report by Metrowatchonline.com said: “The killings that took place in Borno on Saturday are saddening, disheartening and shame to our dear country.
“The stubbornness of President Muhammadu Buhari and not listening to advise has affected his government.”
On Friday at the 5th coronation anniversary lecture of the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, held at the Banquet Hall of Premier Hotel, Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, the Sultan reiterated what he said the previous day in Abuja that the northern part of the country was increasingly becoming a dangerous place to live on account of insecurity there.
His words: “I am not going to talk politics; I am not a politician, but I am the father of politicians. I can talk politics from now till tomorrow, it may not get into some people’s heads, but I know some words will get into some people’s heads, whether they like it or not.”
“If you check the newspapers today almost all of them have this very bold headlines on what I said on Thursday. It means some people are watching; they are listening, they are reading.
“What we want is for them to implement, act. If you listen, you will hear what people have been saying and crying for. When you don’t act, then things will get worse. When things get worse, they will get worst. When they get worst, of course, it is only Almighty Allah who will come and help us.
“So, let’s not allow that; let’s rise up and make things change in this great country. Almighty couldn’t have made a mistake when He put this country together. And if He wants to do whatever He wants to do, He will just do it. He will separate this country, divide it into one million little pieces and you will need visa to go somewhere and you may not get the visa.”
The Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Adeyemi, praised the Sultan for saying the truth to the authorities even at the highest level in Nigeria,
Primate Ayodele insisted that President Muhammadu Buhari needs to sack his service chiefs before the security in Nigeria can improve, while describing the present ones as ‘weak and tired’
He adds, “He knows what to do to control it but it’s as if he has made up his mind to shed blood of Nigerians. God is not happy with this government because lots of blood has been sucked and there is no way the government won’t pay for it.
“This is sad, I’m sure the number is more than that, and that is why Buhari isn’t capable of leading this country again, he should resign honourably and let someone else who has the capacity to be there, he has failed Nigerians and there is no way God will be happy with him. How long will we continue to experience this.
“The service chiefs are tired, they don’t know what to do, they are confused, they are just there making noise, they don’t have the stamina and idea.
“My concern is Buhari has all it takes to do a positive thing about the security of the country but he has ignored the people, there is no peace, we have killings, armed robbery attack, it’s a shame to the government, he should have resigned honourably and have peace of mind.’
Meanwhile, Primate Ayodele in his annual book of Prophecy titled Warning to the nation had warned against the recent sad occurrence that happened in Ondo and Borno States.
On page 37 under Borno section, Primate Ayodele noted that Jere Local government should be careful of strange and unexpected attacks, which eventually happened.
Also on Page 86 under Ondo state section, he categorically said that the state should pray against losing a king or dethronement of a king, as he warned, news had it last week that a first class monarch in Ondo was shot dead by unknown armed men.
▪︎ Additional reports by Metrowatchonline.com