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Election: You’ll be rejected – Primate Ayodele tells President of South Sudan

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The Chief of the INRI Evangelical Non secular Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has despatched warnings to the President of Southern Sudan, Salva Kiir forward of the 2024 presidential election developing within the nation.

In an announcement signed by his Media Aide, Osho Oluwatosin, Primate Ayodele famous that Kiir is an effective candidate to take the nation ahead however there will probably be severe gang-ups in opposition to his ambition.

The person of God who had prophesied the adoption of Kiir as his celebration’s candidate within the election revealed that there could be many troubles, crises and betrayals in opposition to his presidential ambition.

Primate Ayodele famous that among the president’s allies will depart from him and the individuals he trusts will betray him.

Nonetheless, he made it identified that Salva Kiir is the perfect candidate for the job however there will probably be instability in his authorities that can give him a foul fame amongst worldwide communities.

‘’President Salva Kiir of South Sudan will contest within the 2024 presidential election however will probably be victimized. They may trigger issues for him and there will probably be a coalition in opposition to him. Earlier than they undertake the president, I’ve stated it that the celebration will undertake him however the level is they may give him troubles, disaster and he will probably be betrayed.’

‘’I see the president transferring the nation forward however will probably be rejected. He is not going to consider what he’ll expertise, they may gang-up in opposition to him and people with him would need to depart from him, he ought to be careful.

‘’Truthfully, he’s the perfect candidate however he will probably be stabbed by these he trusts. Within the course of, there will probably be instability within the nation and it’ll result in an extent the place his authorities is not going to be in favour of worldwide communities.’’