Primate Elijah Ayodele, the leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church has released some shocking prophecies for 2022, one of which is that a presidential jet will crash.
He was not specific about where it will happen in the world.
The doomsday forecast is part of 90-page book of prophecy released by the pastor in his Lagos church on Wednesday.
He also predicts a new pandemic, while at the same time forecasting a worsening COVID-19.
The 2022 prophecies signed by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin, featured topical revelations and issues about all sectors of the societies in Nigeria and around the world on politics, governance, economy, education, sports, security among others.
“The spirit of God revealed to me that we are going to have 160 days that will not be palatable in some parts of the world, the African Continent and Nigeria. The 160 days in Nigeria and Africa will be terrible because Coronavirus—Covid19 upsurge will take another dimension. The spirit of God says Strong wind will cause destruction in different parts of the world and also in Nigeria.
“I foresee there will be a new disease that will surface in the world.
He also predicted attacks on military bases in Africa as he warned Mali, Burkina Faso, Central Africa Republic, Chad, Uganda, Burundi, Guinea, Cameroon and Nigeria to be very careful to avert any attack.
The cleric also said there would be crisis in the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, adding, “Some PDP core cabals will gang up against the new chairman.
“PDP must be very vigilant so that they won’t make mistakes which will affect their chances of coming to power.
Primate Ayodele prophesied that Buhari’s presidency would fail to address corruption, insecurity and attacks by Fulani herdsmen.
“The spirit of God says the economy will remain unhealthy. Crises will erupt in schools to the effect that students will be kidnapped, strange attacks on students and school premises.
“The spirit of God says a lot will happen in 2022 which will really affect the World leaders. I foresee issues like economic instability, insecurity, health-related problems and climate change crises.
“I foresee that in 2022, some countries of the world from the various Continents especially the African Continent and Nigeria, in particular, will have so much to contend with; these are issues that will affect the countries internally and externally.