EXCLUSIVE: WHAT WILL HAPPEN IN NIGERIA AND THE WORLD IN 2017?
he Spirit Realm is very vast and multidimensional compared with the Natural Realm. There are no seconds, minutes, hours, days, months and years in the Spirit Realm unlike our Corporeal World. In the former, space is non-existent and its permanence is assured. When dealing with human beings down here, the True Lord God Almighty doesn't use the human calendar of twelve months. On the Other Side, eternal life and activities are a continuum unhindered by Time and Space. The Heavenly Realm is completely different from the Abyss where the damned will spend eternity, but our concern here is the Positive Other Side. In the Holy Bible, the Lord God Almighty used His Calendar comprising of these 12 months: Nisan (Nehemiah 2:1), Tammuz (Ezekiel 8:14), Sivan (Esther 8:9), Shebat (Zechariah 1:7), Aviv (Exodus 13:4), Elul (Nehemiah 6:15), Ethanium (I Kings 8:2), Tebet (Esther 2:16), Kislev (Zechariah 7:1), Ziv (I Kings 6:1), Bul (I Kings 6:38) and Adar (Ezra 6:15) to determine events and activities down here. The Calendar of God as revealed in the Holy Bible is made up of 356days which is a year unlike the Gregorian human calendar of 365/366 days.
By extrapolating from God's Calendar, 2017 is pivotal in the history of the human race. Many a times, events have been determined stretching up to two and three years in advance. For instance, all those that will die in 2018 are no more here spiritually, although we still see them around us in the physical realm, but their spirits are gone. This is not theology or esoteric knowledge, but deep Bible revelation for those with the Holy Spirit of the True Lord God Almighty. The Holy Bible says: "Remember Him before the silver cord is broken and the golden bowl is crushed, the pitcher by the well is shattered and the wheel at the cistern is crushed and the dust returns to the ground it came from, and the spirit returns to God who gave it" (Ecclesiastes 12:6-7). The silver cord cannot be broken while the Spirit of God is still in the body, but as soon as the spirit leaves, the human body becomes vulnerable and death occurs. Those who know how the Spirit Realm operates receive messages and then pass such messages to those concerned. Three years before Apostle Peter was martyred in Rome, he announced in 2 Peter 1: 13-14 thus: "I think it is right to refresh your memory as long as I live in the tent of my body, because I know that I will soon put it aside, as our Lord Jesus Christ has made clear to me." Apostle Peter was announcing his physical death while still alive and he lived another three years on earth. Similarly, Apostle Paul announced his physical death this way: "For I am already being poured out like a drink offering, and the time of my departure is at hand" (2 Timothy 4:6). Again, Paul was still physically alive and went on to write four more epistles before his physical death. Therefore, we normally announce in this column that such and such persons need prayer, because it is possible to link up with the Spirit Realm to know those who are coming (Birth) and those who are departing(Death). This is purely the Power of the Holy Spirit. I have disclosed in this column before that when it is time for my own departure, I will announce it on this column to the Glory of the Lord God Almighty, Hallelujah!
So let's look at 2017, because 2017 is linked with 2019. In Nigeria, political events in 2019 is almost decided just as we noted in 2014 about the defeat of then President Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan. Before we go into the national stage, let's do a spiritual walk-through across the states of the Nigerian federation; then proceed to the presidency, West Africa, Africa, the United States and finally the world in that order.
NIGERIAN STATES AND THE POLITICAL FUTURE 2019
ABIA AND ADAMAWA STATES: While he was campaigning for election in 2015, we disclosed that Dr Victor Okezie Ikpeazu would not only win the governorship election, but would win handily and decisively as the flag bearer of the People's Democratic Party (PDP). He won convincingly and indisputably. Toward the tail end of 2015 when the legal jujitsu began and scores of Abians were calling us to find out how the pendulum would go, we referred them to our earlier prophecy thus: "The two gentlemen that are currently governing both (Abia and Adamawa) states are politically safe and will govern their states for two terms, barring any unforeseen circumstances which the Holy Spirit will show us as the years roll by between now and 2019." We had earlier told Nuhu Ribadu that he would lose badly to Bindo Umaru Jibrilla to become the governor of Adamawa State. Both were fulfilled as prophesied. Both Ikpeazu and Jibrilla will serve their two terms of eight years and be re-elected in 2019.
If care is not taken and serious prayers offered, Abis State and Ibo Land may witness serious unrest with the sudden death of Mr. Nnamdi Kenny Okwu Kanu of the IPOB currently in detention. His sudden death will be a contributory factor to President Buhari's defeat in 2019, if he chooses to run for re-election. The True Lord God Almighty says we should tell a former senator from this state to return to the state, if she seriously wants to play a pivotal and prominent role in Adamawa State in future.
AKWA IBOM STATE: - We thank the Lord God Almighty for what He is doing in this state. Governor Gabriel Udom Emmanuel is wise; he has surrounded himself with men and women of God and this will ensure his success. He will administer this state for eight years (2015-2023) to the Glory of the Lord. This will not be easy, but former Gov. Godswill Obot Akpabio should be thankful for choosing Emmanuel as a worthy successor and stop ruing of his decision. He should pray seriously for the health of his wife; former First Lady; Ekaette Unoma Akpabio. He should not double-cross his worthy successor in 2019 otherwise, untold hardship and harm will befall him. Gov. Emmanuel will win a second term handily in 2019 by His Special Grace, but Akpabio may regret not supporting him so he should be careful. Here is what we heard from On High on this matter: "The war between the house of Saul and the house of David lasted a long time. David grew stronger and stronger, while the house of Saul grew weaker and weaker" ---(2 Samuel 3:1).
The contumacious forces in the Niger Delta Region will continue to pose a heavy and debilitating migraine on the State Government and the Nigerian Federation this year till 2019. They will make attempts to kidnap some personalities in the state to drive home their agitations. His Excellency, Gov. Udom Gabriel Emmanuel should completely overhaul his security immediately as attempts will be made on his life. Two former governors of Akwa Ibom State will pass away this year. Popular actress and Nollywood star; Iniobong Ekim Edo should pray against ghastly motor accident this year. She should also seek the Face of the Lord before entering into another marriage. Our spiritual "father" Sunday Coffie Mbang, patriarch of the Methodist Church of Nigeria may say goodbye to us this year. Dr Uma Ukpai should continue with his ministry as the Holy Spirit will continue to manifest in his ministry this year and beyond. As we decreed last year and reiterate again, former APC Governorship Candidate in the 2015 Gubernatorial Election, Mr. Umanah Okon Umanah will never govern Akwa Ibom State, not in 2019, 2023 and ever, until the decree is lifted.
ANAMBRA STATE: Former Gov. Peter Obi should not give up and quit politics as there is a national role for him to play very soon in Nigeria. Willie Obiano will make it to his second term, but again, can APGA remain as one and minority political party? Obiano will have his mind to make in the next political re-alignment about to occur in Nigeria. Gov. Willie Obiano should go and reconcile quickly with Peter Obi, if he intends to return for a second term this year in 2017 for the governorship election. Ifeany Ubah should support Obiano as Ubah will not win. The rest political gladiators should wait till 2021 after Obiano's second term is done. The Ubah Brothers should pray against sudden death of one of their own.
BAUCHI STATE: Former governor Isa Yuguda may experience serious matrimonial crises and squabbles that would make national headline among his wives this year 2017. Former FCT Minister Bala Abdukadir Mohammad still has a lot of travails to go through in the hands of the current administration, but he will regain his freedom. A prominent traditional ruler here will die suddenly on a Friday after closing prayers during the Juma'at Service in his domain. Gov. Mohammad Abubakar will have no problem in securing his second and final term as chief executive here come 2019.
BAYELSA STATE: When the foggy political ambience here was so unpredictable and every one was on the edge that Timipre Sylva would spring a legal surprise here against incumbent Gov. Henry Seriake Dickson, we calmed all nerves in our prophecies that Dickson would win at the apex court in the land and complete his final term in 2019. History is on our side. As 2019 beckons, Dickson will have a decisive say on his successor. We can see another re-match of the Timi's in 2019 with the Jonathans' heavily involved in the political re-alignment, but when the chips are down, Dickson will strengthen the hands of his choice and prevail. The state government will experience work-to-rule strike by civil servants in this state this year. Former First Lady, Patience Fabaleke Jonathan will continue to have it rough with the current administration and the anti-graft agency. Her travails will continue till 2019 as more shenanigans of her and close associates, including the husband will be unearthed. The family of former Petroleum Minister, Diezani Allison-Maduekwe should step up their prayers so they won't lose her in 2017.
BENUE STATE: A lot has been written about our prophecies on the political future of David Bonaventure Mark here and we exhort all the critics to go back and read that prophecy in its entirety and as one and not disjointedly. If Mark hasn't cheated and his election was free and fair, nothing will happen to him. The Yorubas have a saying that; "It is not the day the kid abuses the Iroko Tree (Mahogany) that it falls on the child." We have nothing personal against Mark, except his brand of politics. Sometimes retributions take many months and years to occur; but as we have noted, if he won the last senatorial contest fair and square, he will be unscathed. Gov. Samuel Ioraer Ortom will finish his second term here in 2019. He will battle endlessly the menace of cattle herdsmen and cultists in this state in 2017 and throughout his tenure. The government should watch out for crises in its higher institutions in 2017.
BORNO STATE: Just as we prophesied about other states and the return of other governors, Kashim Shettima made it in 2015 for his second term. If former governor, Mohammad Goni is seriously considering going for the job again after losing to Shettima last time, he will need to do certain things for success. The time and atmosphere will be right for him in 2019 to return to the Government House in Maiduguri. A prominent family in this state will lose a known personality this year.
CROSS RIVER STATE: - Just as we prophesied in 2015 that this state would be a walk-over for Ben Ayede, not only will this man win his re-election handily in 2019, he will be a big political factor at the national stage in the future. There is a silent revolution going on in this state that will endear this man into the hearts of Cross Riverians that after his two-terms as the state's chief executive, he will still have influence and political clout in the state. Go and write it down, readers; this man is building a political dynasty that will outlast him.
DELTA STATE: No matter how disgusting and eyesore this is; newly-freed James Onanefe Ibori will continue to play the political godfather here. Current Gov. Arthur Ifeanyi Okowa will serve his two-terms as chief executive, but should pray against a fatal and ghastly moto accident during his tour of local government areas in his state.
EBONYI STATE: We disclosed in our prophecies build up to the 2015 governorship election that current Gov. David Nweze Umahi would succeed Martin Elechi and it came to past. There will be problems in 2019 over the second term ambition of Dave as political re-alignment occurs in the nation and Elechi is considering whether to stay in the PDP or join the newly-minted political party that will soon become the toast of the town. How this is resolved will decide the fate of Umahi's second-term project.
ENUGU STATE: Mr. Lawrence "Gburugburu" Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi will make it to the final stretch and complete his two-term here as chief executive. Even his travails during the primary was foreseen by us and we disclosed then that he would keep his seat. The problem we see just like in all the states in the South-East is what to do in view of the political re-alignment now in the offing at the national level. Should they stay with the dying PDP or embrace the new political party that is coming later this year? Chief Jim Ifeanyichukwu Nwobodo needs prayers for long life between 2017 and 2019. EDO STATE: "We disclosed earlier on in this column that whoever hitches his or her political wagon to the incumbent and soon to become the outgoing Governor Adams Oshiomole of Edo State will succeed him. That hasn't changed. But Gov. Adams Aliyu Oshiomole too should not be cocooned and completely teetered to his political party in supporting his successor. He should look outside the political box of the APC, because we can see a young man from the Diaspora, completely apolitical but very savvy and entrepreneurial entering into the 2016 Edo State Gubernatorial Election and wowing all his opponents and the Edo State people. I haven't been categorically told that this young man will win the election as at the time of this column. I will disclose his name as soon as the Holy Spirit commands me to do so. As I have indicated in the 2014/2015 Prophecies for Edo State, the new Edo State Governor will oversee the instillation of a new monarch in Benin City as his first public official function as Edo State new helmsman in 2016.
We disclosed that the successor to Gov. Adams Oshiomole would be picked by the man himself, but we also warned Oshiomole to look far and wide for a worthy successor. We named a young man who could upset the political applecart here, but the young man didn't throw his hat into the governorship race. How can a person lose in an election that the person didn't participate in? That is how far the Edo governorship outcome went. Those were our exact words as quoted above. Both predecessor and successor will soon part ways. A former governor here will soon pass away and Chief Gabriel Osawaru Igbinedion needs prayer to make it till 2019.
EKITI STATE: This state and Nigeria as a nation will bid farewell to a retired general who once governed the defunct Western Region this year. Chief Afe Babalola should pray against sudden death and bereavement in the family this year. A crisis will occur between teachers and students on one hand and teachers(academic) and non-academic workers at ABUAD this year that will lead to shutting down the college. A former governor of this state who did a-one-term has an opportunity to return to Government House, Ado-Ekiti. An earlier conflict between two traditional rulers will resurface again this year and be ratcheted up leading to communal clashes and deaths on both sides forcing the Ekiti State Government to declare dusk to dawn curfew in the warring communities. A foremost traditional ruler and a celebrated academician of international repute will pass on in this state this year.
GOMBE STATE: Former Gov. Danjuma Mohammad Goje should pray against accident during one of his trips from Abuja to Gombe to see members of his constituency as senator. Gov. Ibrahim Hassan Dambkwambo will not have a smooth sail in 2019 in his re-election term project. There are forces in and outside the state working against his re-election bid.
IMO STATE: We said Gov. Rochas Anayo Okorocha would win his re-election here in 2015, even though former Deputy Speaker House of Representatives; Hon. Emeka Nkem Ihedioha would give him a run for his money. It was fulfilled. As Okorocha gears up to move higher, he should pray seriously against sabotage and "manafiki." As we disclosed in Toronto, Canada two years ago, Okorocha has the greatest chance of becoming first Ibo President of Nigeria in 2023 since the 3Rs (1966-1970) but he may be betrayed. Incidentally, this betrayal will come from his own household. Hear what we heard on this issue: "For a son dishonors his father, a daughter rises up against her mother, a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law-- a man's enemies are the members of his own household" (Micah 7:9). Our Lord Jesus Christ said it all: "A man's enemies shall be members of his own household" (Matthew 10:36).
We said Hon. Ihedioha would be irrelevant politically after the 2015 election cycle. He can still rebound politically and financially, if he seeks the Face of the Lord Jesus Christ this year. Chief Ralph Uwazuruike of MASSOB needs prayers between now and 2019 as some forces will go after his life. The internecine struggles within the organization on one hand and with its sister arm, IPOB will reach high decibel this year causing murders and targeted assassinations on both sides. Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu should pray against bereavement this year.
JIGAWA STATE: Nothing had been shown us about the state and activities in Dutse seem foggy. Before the year runs out, new developments will emerge. KADUNA STATE: As the Holy Spirit spoke through us last year on the governorship election here, Gov. Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai will be on the seat for eight straight years. If Sen. Shehu Sani is serious about succeeding Gov. Nasir, he is going about it in a very badly and ungodly manner. The Lord hasn't told us yet what is in store for Gov. Nasir after 2023. The religious war in Southern Kaduna should not be handled with levity and kid gloves. Gov. El-Rufai should overhaul his security as attempts will be made on his life and that of his family by combined religious and ethnic forces. Again, we sound the alarm over and over again, the Southern Kaduna crises may snowball to something else, if care is not taken by both the state and federal governments.
KANO STATE: The political status quo will remain here till 2019 as the incumbent will remain in the saddle for his constitutional terms of four years each. The current Emir of Kano, former CBN Governor, Alhaji Sanusi Lamido Sanusi should be extremely careful about his security so his reign would not be short lived like that of his grandfather. He should pray for his aged mother to make it through the year 2016 and this year as well. A religious war between Christians and Muslims will occur in 2017 here and shake the state to its foundation. The government should put security in place and emergency preparedness as the Tiga Dam may overflow this year. A former two-term governor here will play a prominent national role and very important political role in 2019. Former Gov. Ibrahim Shekaru should pray against the death of one of his wives this year. KATSINA STATE: We maintain what we saw about this state two years ago, that Gov. Aminu Bello Masari should take care of his health first before governance. He will win re-election in 2019 but again, his health is of prime importance. President Buhari is from this state, but he will barely win the state if he decides to stand for re-election in 2019. I will be that bad that even the president himself will be shocked at the level of his incredibly shrinking presidency.
KEBBI STATE: Will Kebbi become the food basket of Northern Nigeria? The current governor will achieve this in eight years. Gov. Atiku Abubakar Bagudu will be the helmsman here for eight years. He needs to pray for good health and financial scandal of international dimension that will make headlines while in office.
KOGI STATE: The Lord God Almighty showed us distinctly events in this state leading up to the death of former Gov. Abubakar Audu and his successor which we disclosed in this column and all were fulfilled. Current Gov. Yahaya Bello will perform creditably but will find it extremely difficult to win a second term come 2019 because of certain forces. He needs serious prayers to return to Lugard House, Lokoja for a second term.
KWARA STATE: Megida as Gov. Abdufattah Ahmed is called will make the finish line to 2019 when his second and final term as chief executive ends. The battle royal ahead is who decides who succeeds him in 2019? Kingmaker from Abuja, Omo Oloye Senate President Bukola Abubakar Saraki will want to plant his man just as he did to Ahmed last time, but the battle line will be drawn. With Saraki himself eyeing the presidency of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the trouble and political fall-out here in Kwara State will be mere speculation. At the end of the political battle, the Saraki dynasty aided by the Emirate and the covenant instituted by late Baba Oloye will prevail. If there is any state in Nigeria where the "deep secrets of the underworld" are built and maintained, here it is! See more on Senate President Bukola Saraki in 2019 Presidential Election.
LAGOS STATE: -Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode has performed creditably so far, a worthy successor to former Gov. Raji Babatunde Fashola but as we disclosed in this column in 2014 before the 2015 Governorship Election, political forces will come between him and Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu which will threaten Ambode's re-election in 2019. The political forces will emerge from a serious feud and disagreement between the Oba of Lagos, His Highness, Rilwan Aremu Akiolu and Gov. Ambode may become foremost casualty. A stormy petrel within the ranks of the progressive and core Tinubu loyalist may cause trouble for the Tinubu Establishment in this state in 2019.
A former vice-chancellor of the University of Lagos will pass on this year. High incidents of cult and secret societies involving students of the Lagos State University and hoodlums will pose serious threats to peace and harmony at the college this year. A former minister and indigene of this state will go to jail between this year and 2019. Chief Olabode Ibiyinka George, once a political heavyweight may soon become politically irrelevant in the next dispensation. Alhaji Lateef Kayode Jakande, first executive governor of the Center of Excellence will leave us for the great beyond this year. The Jakande Family should pray so Alhaja Abimbola Jakande will not follow her husband shortly after the latter's transition in the same year. The Oba of Badagry, His Royal Highness, De Wheno Aholu Menu-Toyi I needs serious prayers to make it through 2017. A prominent newspaper journalist resident in this state and has made his mark in the profession but originally from neighboring Ogun State will pass as well in 2017. We saw the same prophecy last year and disclosed it and it came to pass. A popular pedestrian bridge in Lagos used by commuters will give way and lead to loss of innocent lives this year in the Center of Excellence. This doesn't require prayer but action on the part of the state's relevant agency. The owners and management of popular and renown industrial complex located in Ikeja should put security in place against fire outbreak that will cause loss of lives and properties worth millions that will be impossible for the company to recover for many years to come.
We warned Mr. Temitope Joshua of The Synagogue of Satan at Ejigbo in this state that this year 2017 will expose his religious quackery. We were so concerned that we were led by the Holy Spirit to write a book warning those thronging that demonic enclave for quick fixes. This year 2017 is the year of judgment.
NASARAWA STATE: There are certain things Labaran Maku must do, if he intends to govern this state as its chief executive in the future, which he hasn't done. Hear what the Holy Spirit says to you Mr. Maku: "God opposes the proud but shows favor to the humble" (James 4:6). Sen. Abdullahi Adamu needs both prayers and medical treatment so he will not die of sudden stroke on the floor of the National Assembly between now and 2019. Gov. Tanko Umaru Al-Makura will finish his second term resoundingly in 2019. We haven't been shown who will take over from Al-Makura in 2019.
NIGER STATE: No new vision for Niger State except what we saw last year about former military head of state who will not be here with us in 2019.
OGUN STATE: We need to remind our readers on what we wrote about this state in 2015 as follows: "There is going to be a surprise here in 2019 just as there will be a political earthquake in nearby Lagos State. Current Governor Ibikunle Amosun of the APC should concentrate on his health, rather than plotting a surrogate-successor after him in 2019. The person who will succeed him is a young man who has tried unsuccessfully to govern the state in three previous attempts. He will govern Ogun State by the Power of the True Lord God Almighty in 2019 just as the True Lord God Almighty gave Gen. Muhammadu Buhari the Presidency of Nigeria in 2015 after his three unsuccessful attempts. Hear what the True Lord God Almighty says to you Gov. Amosun on your successor in Proverbs 16:1-3: "The plans of the heart belong to man, But the answer of the tongue is from the LORD. All a person's ways seem pure to them, but motives are weighed by the LORD. Commit your works to the LORD And your plans will be established.…" Gov. Amosun, you do not have the spiritual power to choose your successor, just as Gbenga Daniel failed in choosing his successor. When the time is ripe and when the Holy Spirit commands me, I will disclose it publicly in this column who will succeed you as governor in 2019. But for now, concentrate on governing and forget about planting a surrogate-successor. "
The man who is planning to succeed Gov Ibikunle Amosun in 2019 should put his matrimonial house in order as attempts will be made by his political opponents during the campaign to do him in. As noted above, we shall declare the name of the person publicly towards the tail end of 2017. A former head of state who briefly led this nation needs prayer in 2017 so he will not leave us for the Other Side. His Royal Highness, Oba Sikiru Adetona Awujale needs serious prayers and spiritual intersession to make it through 2017. A popular politician who has been a mayor-chairman of a local government-senator and grassroots mobilizer may die suddenly in the state this year. A highly successful business titan of great repute and wealth will be gone in mid-2017. Our own William Shakespeare, Wole Soyinka needs the King of kings and Lord of lords at this moment of his life and so we plead with him to give his life to the Lord Jesus Christ. Mr. Kashamu Buruji should continue to sleep with one eye open, because his ordeal is not yet over. We will wake up one day and hear he has been kidnaped back here to face American justice. Those who know him should counsel him to adopt a low profile and keep underground. The annual "Ojude Oba" festival commonly held at the Awujale Palace near Itoro, Ijebu-Ode this year will be bloody. Incidents of ritual killings involving students of Olabisi Onabnjo University at Ago-Iwoye will make national headlines this year. Parents with children and wards in the university should warn them and also support them with prayers as well. Two Warring communities bordering Ondo and Ogun States will fight themselves silly this year which will result in heavy casualties.
ONDO STATE: I have written a lot about my state and so will not repeat all that I have prophesied about the state all over again since they are in the public domain. All we will add at this material time is that we are glad the Almighty God granted our request which we made in this column in 2014 to be granted the onerous Divine Favor to have my fellow Owo person as the new governor of Ondo State. I thank my Lord and Savior for this singular honor. What the time portends for the in-coming governor has already been disclosed in earlier prophecies so we do not need to repeat it again. As we disclosed last year and in 2015 that His Majesty, Oba David Victor Folagbade Olateru-Olagbegi III, the Olowo of Owo should pray against bereavement and it came to past, (he lost his former wife; Bisi and recently Gladys Olateru-Olagbegi, ex-CJ of the state); we exhort the king to step up more prayers this year to forestall further untimely deaths in his clan.
OSUN STATE: - The political battle for the soul of Osun and the next occupant of Bola Ige House will be very contentious. The last time I visited His Excellency, I delivered the message to him. Ogbeni Rauf Adesoji Aregbesola still holds the aces on who becomes his successor. He too has the Senate in his future. Sen. Iyiola Ajani Omisore will never govern Osun State in the current dispensation. Curiously, we see the star of Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode in this state in the near future. He looks more likely as the one that will supplant Omisore soon in the governorship tussle but certainly not in 2019 or 2023. Baba Akande should pray fervently for good health. We saw the mighty and the great converging at Ila-Orangun for a funeral but Baba Akande was missing among the crowd; from presidents, ministers, governors, ambassadors to envoys and political juggernauts going to pay their last respects with his wife welcoming the mourners at Ila-Orangun.
Sen. Isiaka Adetunji Adeleke should not entertain the idea of returning to the Government House in 2019. He will not succeed. All past governors of Osun State wishing to return to the seat are chasing wild geese in 2019. First governor of Osun State, Major-General Leo Segun Ajiborisa should move nearer to the Lord more than ever before to witness the year 2019. We warn all tourists that will throng the annual Osun Osogbo Festival to be careful this year as four tourists will be swept away by the river. Chief Abiola Adeniyi Ogundokun needs serious prayer to make it through 2019.
OYO STATE: We nicknamed Gov. Abiola Adeyemi Ajimobi the "Jinx Breaker" here in his re-election in 2015 and it was off-pat. A dark horse is coming to upset the political permutation here in 2019 to the bemusement of other political stake-holders. Gov. Ajimobi should not entertain the idea of sponsoring his successor, because his candidate will lose in the 2019 Governorship Election in Oyo State. We warned Senator Teslim Kolawole Folarin, former PDP Leader in the Senate (2007-2011) that, if he didn't come close to the Lord God Almighty, he would become a political-has-been. We reiterate the same revelation again this year, 2017 and till 2019. Ms. Olajumoke Akinjide who prefers to call herself: Oloye should kiss her political future goodbye. She may never be heard of in Nigeria's political life. Her father, Chief Richard Osuolale Akinjide, former Attorney-General of Nigeria may go home this year 2017. Chief Rasheed Adewolu Ladoja, former governor here should be prayerful not to be sent on a long jail term between now and 2019. A prominent traditional ruler, who has recently acquired four new set of concubines and also collected huge sums of money from former President Goodluck Jonathan during the 2015 Presidential Election may not be with us between now and 2019.
PLATEAU STATE: Former Governor Jonah David Jang was determined to use the power of incumbency to foist his PDP Candidate on this state as successor in 2015. The political ambience was foggy but we sent this message to then APC Governorship Candidate, Mr. Simon Lalong on Thursday April 2, 2015: "Gyang Pwajok of the PDP will coast home with a slim margin against Simon Lalomg of the APC. But hear what the Lord says to Lalong, if he wants to celebrate on Saturday April 11, 2015, according to Ecclesiastes 4: 12: "Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken." This is being interpreted: If Lalong can get the remaining non-PDP candidates to back him by cutting a deal with them in his future administration and endorse his candidature, he will defeat Gyang Pwajok and coast home to victory with a slim margin. Again, a win is a win." Here is the link to that message: http://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/fayemiwo/040715.html. Mr. Lalong listened and heeded the word of God's Prophet and indeed cut a deal with the rest non-PDP candidates. He won the 2015 Governorship Election in 2015 by 44,286 votes (APC: 564,913; PDP: 520,627).Lalong's slim win margin was the two-way horse contest made possible by the other non-PDP Candidates that stepped down for Mr. Lalong as revealed to us by the Holy Spirit.
Gov. Simon Bako Lalong may find it extremely difficult to return for a second term in 2019, because of certain political moves he has made so far in his first term. We want readers/fans/admirers of this column to be cautious here, because many of our prophecies have been twisted after the fact. Gov. Lalong may have to take certain urgent and immediate steps quite different from his current political moves, if he intends to return to Rayfield House, Jos in 2019. Our former Head of State, Dr Yakubu Dan-Yumma Gowon needs our continuous prayer to be hale and hearty as he and others continue to intercede on behalf of our nation in the spiritual realm. A serious erosion and rainfall will cause serious damages to lives and properties in the hilly area of Jos Metropolis this year which will attract national attention. Security should be alert as worshippers in Kwararafa Mosque Area of Jos Metropolis may butt heads during Friday Juma'at Service during the year which will lead to breach of peace and deaths.
RIVERS STATE: - This state hasn't stopped springing surprise in its political macabre and intrigues. As we disclosed in 2015, Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike should not be occupying the Government House as chief executive. On Thursday January 28, 2016, we commented on the deft spiritual moves being made by Wike to consolidate. Here is the link: http://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/fayemiwo/012816.html. We still see the political future of Dr Dakuku Warisenibo Adolphus Peterside at the Government House, Rivers State come 2019, but he should go and do what we were commanded to tell him to do in 2015. If he refuses to do it, he will never govern Rivers State as chief executive. Read this: "So Naaman went with his horses and chariots and stopped at the door of Elisha's house. Elisha sent a messenger to say to him, "Go, wash yourself seven times in the Jordan, and your flesh will be restored and you will be cleansed." But Naaman went away angry and said, "I thought that he would surely come out to me and stand and call on the name of the LORD his God, wave his hand over the spot and cure me of my leprosy. Are not Abana and Pharpar, the rivers of Damascus, better than all the waters of Israel? Couldn't I wash in them and be cleansed?" So he turned and went off in a rage" (2 Kings 5:9-12). Pastor David Ibiyeomie of Salvation Ministries should be spiritually alert and prayerful for a scandal that some of his flock will engineer this year.
SOKOTO STATE: Gov. Aminu Waziri Tambuwal needs prayers to make it to his second term as the governor and people of the state may be jolted by the outcome of the legal action now at the Federal Court. It is not a joke. We foresee riots, demonstrations and chaos in this state between now and 2019.
TARABA STATE: Since 2015 when the Holy Spirit revealed the following to us, I haven't physically visited Taraba State. "The macabre political ding-dong in Taraba State hasn't ended; indeed, it is just unfolding. I have nothing against the woman with the Doppelganger of Mama Taraba. This high fives that the APC is exhibiting is funny. Sen. Aisha Jumai Alhassan hasn't been sworn in as the first female governor of a state in Nigeria. I have said it before from the Holy Spirit in this column and I am reiterating it again for the umpteenth time, Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku will serve his four years as the chief executive of Taraba State. I don't see Mama Taraba State ruling Taraba State in 2015, 2016, may be in 2019, but certainly not in this dispensation. As I indicated, I have never met Sen. Aisha Jumai Alhassan in my life; neither have I met Governor Darius Idickson shaku of the PDP. In fact, I haven't visited Taraba State in my life, but what I am seeing in the spirit is far different from what the APC and the party's supporters are seeing. Sen. Aisha Jumai Alhassan shouldn't be deceived. She should keep her current job as the Minister of Women Affairs, because I repeat again, Gov. Darius Dickson Ishaku of the PDP will occupy the Government House in Jalingo, Taraba State till 2019."
As we noted then in 2015 and we reiterate again in 2017, Ishaku will govern this state till 2019 but we haven't received any further spiritual message that he will govern this state for eight years. When there is a spiritual deadlock like this, two choices are discernible; first, the incumbent must do certain things as instructed while the person who wants to take over must also seek the Face of the True Lord God Almighty. Whoever obeys the instructions of the Lord wins the day. Read this account as a template from the Book of Life: "About that time Jeroboam was going out of Jerusalem, and Ahijah the prophet of Shiloh met him on the way, wearing a new cloak. The two of them were alone out in the country, and Ahijah took hold of the new cloak he was wearing and tore it into twelve pieces. Then he said to Jeroboam, "Take ten pieces for yourself, for this is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: 'See, I am going to tear the kingdom out of Solomon's hand and give you ten tribes. But for the sake of my servant David and the city of Jerusalem, which I have chosen out of all the tribes of Israel, he will have one tribe….." (I Kings 11: 29-40). There is a young man from this state who is currently a member of the national assembly. We see his political fortunes on the rise and may go places in the state soon. He is currently a special adviser to current Senate President.
YOBE STATE: Like Niger State, nothing was shown us about this state, except the current governor will serve out his second and final term. We do not yet know who will step into his shoes after the current political cycle. As soon as we receive the special spiritual signal, we will disclose it immediately.
ZAMFARA STATE: Shatiman Mafara, Gov. Abdulaziz Abubakar Yari will serve his two-term tenure here and move to the national stage for another prominent role, if he does one thing. Yari should look beyond his current party as he will be torn between cocoon to his party or rise up to nationalistic and patriotic challenges in building political alliances for the interest of the Nigerian nation. That decision will test his future political role in the entity known as the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
WILL PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI BE A-ONE-TERM PRESIDENT (2015-2019)?
We disclosed the election victory of President Muhmmadu Buhari in 2014 and explained that he would govern Nigeria for eight years (2015-2023), but we warned thus: "… but this will not be a cake walk." We have reached that stage now in Nigeria's political evolution this year 2017 when the 2019 Presidential Election will be decided. President Muhamadu Buhari is now on two forks on the road to 2019. He will decide this year 2017, if he wants to be a- one-term-president or complete his constitutional two-terms as president. We have outlined below 16 major policy and political decisions he must take to be re-elected in 2019. Similarly, we have also sketched out in concise and condensed terms 16 political moves the opposition and anyone planning to dislodge him must make this year 2017 to defeat President Muhammadu Buhari and make him a-one-term president in 2019.
16 MAJOR POLICY & POLITICAL DECISIONS FOR PRESIDENT BUHARI FOR RE-ELECTION IN 2019
Do not underrate, sideline or marginalize Vice President Oluyemi Oluleke Osinbajo for any and whatever reasons. Recall the open letter we wrote to you in 2014 about your victory and why the True Lord God Almighty gave you victory the third time you attempted to become an elected president. If you have forgotten Mr. President, here is the link to that land mark memo that we wrote to you on December 25, 2014 on your incipient victory and the part the Lord God Almighty wanted to use your running mate to play in Nigeria even before the 2015 Presidential Election was conducted http://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/fayemiwo/122914.html
If you remove O.O.O from your hips as the new and latest "power hijackers" from your Hausa-Fulani ethnic stock are canvassing, you will not win re-election in 2019. This is an elected civilian administration and not a military regime. You chose two Southern Christians as running mates in two earlier attempts at this job and failed. As the True Lord Almighty disclosed in Deuteronomy 32:31: "For their rock is not like our Rock, as even our enemies concede." This demands spiritual wisdom and deep insight.
Mr. President, remove all ministers who are of the same age with you and are 70 years old and let them go. Re-invigorate your administration with young and nimble brains with fresh ideas and fertile minds. All those ministers caught on camera sleeping while you were delivering your 2017 Budget to the national assembly in December 2016 should go immediately.
Let your Chief of Staff, Mr. Abba Kyari and your touted brain-truster; Mamman Daura go now. They have no electoral value whatsoever and will bring nothing to the table in 2019 toward your re-election. You may retain them, if you want to become a village emir, but if you want to continue as the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria beyond 2019, these men must go.
Do all within your capacity to ensure the Nigerian Naira does not exchange more than N500 to One American Dollar between now and 2019. If the exchange rate crosses that threshold to the US$-N1, you will not return to Aso Rock as Nigerian President in 2019 for a second term. Mark our words.
It is time for the current governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele to go. He is fantastically corrupt and fabulously dubious. Unless you pretend not to know what he's doing to the Nigerian economy or you Mr. President is looking the other way, because of the lecherous cabal that surrounds you who are Emefiele's foremost beneficiaries; otherwise, this man ought to have been shown the way out by now. If your reason for retaining him is that the president is held hostage by law, then Mr. President, you and Emefiele will go down in 2019. It is either you save your presidency and the nation or bow to the cabal and kiss your re-election bye. We will make this come to pass shortly but this will not be by our own power or might, but "… by My Spirit,' saith the Lord of hosts" (Zechariah 4:6).
In an open letter to you in this column in 2015, we advised that you should not open dialogue with the dreaded Boko Haram elements as their days were numbered. If you have forgotten, here is the link to that letter for posterity and these crucial excerpts: "There are unofficial reports in government circles that the Buhari Administration will be favorably disposed to negotiating with Boko Haram. I say, Mr. President, please don't do it. Do not negotiate with Boko Haram for whatever and for any reason. The menace of Boko Haram is a spiritual one and there are many of us that have invested time and resources to combat this spiritual warfare going on for the soul of our nation. For as the Sovereign Lord God Almighty who neither sleeps nor slumber assures us in Isaiah 28: 6: "He-the Lord God Almighty- will be a spirit of justice to the one who sits in judgment, a source of strength to those who turn back the battle at the gate." Our advice: the menace of Boko Haram will be a thing of the past in the next one year in the history of Nigeria. By this time next summer, Boko Haram would have become history, but President Buhari needs to change the current service chiefs, … "http://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/fayemiwo/070615.html). This prophecy has come true but your administration is preparing another ground for the emergence of a Boko Haram-like terrorist organization among the Shi'ites Muslims in Northern Nigeria. Rise to the occasion now and nip this in the bud.
Similarly, we warned of the incipient food crisis and grain shortage hovering over Nigeria under your watch and the urgent need to save lives. The crisis is critical now and we advised then that you should appoint someone who can make a difference in the agricultural sector to save souls. You appointed a -70-year old man who doesn't know anything about agriculture and modern technology. This is the link to that open letter we wrote to you Mr. President from those of us who used our personal resources, time and energy at Nigerians in Diaspora for Buhari (NIDOB 2015 in the United States to ensure you won the last Presidential in Nigeria http://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/fayemiwo/101015.html . 2019 is around the corner and just as we mobilized to ensure your victory in 2015, we shall also pray as we have never prayed before, fast and keep night vigils to ensure you do not come back in 2019. That spiritual warfare will commence this year 2017.
Appoint a "real" Ibo man as the new Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) after removing Mr. Godwin Emefiele. You are not running an all-inclusive government you promised Nigerians in 2015. Dr Ibe Emmanuel Kachikwu and Godwin Emefiele are not core Ibo men; find out from your advisers. You can't win re-election in 2019 with splintered votes from South-West Yoruba and overwhelming anti-Buhari votes in South-Eastern and South-South Nigeria. This is simple Arithmetic. Gather statisticians and policy wonks to crunch the figures for you and your aides. Even if your fellow Hausa-Fulani man is head of the INEC.
Retain Ibrahim Mustafa Magu as helmsman of the anti-corruption agency; EFCC if your administration's war on corruption is to be believed and meaningful. Real war on corruption becomes real when those that are being hit are fighting back. This is what we are witnessing at the National Assembly, even Stevie Wonder can see that all the way from here in the United States.
Mr. President, you can never win re-election in 2019 with these lopsided appointments. Your Chief of Army Staff; Lt-Gen. Tukur Yusuf Buratai (Hausa-Fulani from Biu, Borno State); The Inspector-General of Police: Ibrahim Kpotum Idris (Hausa-Fulani from Kutigi Lavun, Niger State); The Minister of Defense: Mansur Dan Ali (Hausa-Fulani from Birnin Magaji, Zamfara State); The Minister of Internal Affairs: Abdulraham Bello Dambazau (Hausa-Fulani from Kano); Your National Security Adviser (NSA): Mohammad Babagana Monguno (Hausa-Fulani from Monguno, Borno State); The Director-General, Department of State Security Services(DSS):Lawal Musa Daura (Hausa-Fulani and also your nephew from Daura, Katsina State). The same way you appointed your late uncle, Alhaji Lawan Mohammad Rafindadi (Hausa-Fulani from Daura, Katsina State) as DG, Nigerian Security Organization (NSO)-precursor to today's DSS in 1985 when you were a military head of state. Your Chief of Staff: Abba Kyari (Hausa-Fulani and your relative from Katsina State); Your ADC: Lt. Col. Muhammed Lawal Abubakar (Hausa-Fulani from Kano State); Your CSO: Abdulkarim Dauda (Northern Muslim); Minister of Petroleum: Yourself; Minister of FCT: Your Chief Protocol: Hausa-Fulani, Your Private Secretary: Hakeem Baba-Ahmed (Hausa-Fulani); Director-General of Nigerian Customs: Hameed Ali Ibrahim (Hausa-Fulani from Bauchi); and when the Nigerian Prisons, Immigration, FCT and other strategic and sensitive positions are included, your actions raise alarm among fellow Nigerians. Mr. President, this is not Nigeria of 1984-1985 and in the New Millennium, you can't be insensitive to other ethnic groups that make up the Nigerian federation. As your fellow Hausa-Fulani man; Dr Junaid Muhammad from Kano State publicly stated: "Nepotism itself is part of corruption." You can't run a lopsided and seemingly exclusive administration in 21st Century Nigeria and expect to be re-elected in 2019. Those days are over! Gen. Sani Abacha tried all these during his time and he is no more. If you continue like this, a progressive Northern Hausa-Fulani man, well-educated, modern with fresh ideas, thoughts and sensitive to Nigeria's cultural and ethnic diversities will emerge in 2019 and defeat you handily as president.
Do not treat the issue of Ibrahim Yaqoub El-Zakyzaky like a child's play as this may snowball to another frightening dimension like Boko Harma. Just as past administrations in post-1999 laid the foundation for the emergence of Boko Haram, your government is unwittingly preparing another fertile and robust ground for a Boko-Haram-like terrorist group to take-off right now in Nigeria.
The religious and ethnic tension in Southern Kaduna may lead to the assassination of Gov. Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai. Move in now as the president and commander-in-chief of Nigerian Armed Forces and douse the fire. It is a time bomb waiting to explode. Learn from history Mr. President.
Companies and industries are folding up and winding their operations at alarming rate under your watch because of your economic policies. Investors are avoiding bringingcapital to invest in Nigeria, because of lack of clear-cut economic blue print. You have pulled Nigeria back to the edge in two years, because of your pronouncement on assumption of office. This has created an unstable economic environment and this is pure common sense; investors d do not put money in a nation that is unstable. You will need to re-assure foreign investors that Nigeria is ready for business and to welcome them and ready, indeed ready for business.
The late President Umaru Musa Yar'Adua was nicknamed: "Baba Go Slow" because of his snail approach to urgent national matters. We couldn't blame the poor man, because he was not healthy and had two battles to fight at the same time: his health and Nigeria. Umaru Musa Yar'Adua could also be excused, because he never wanted to be president in the first place. He was foisted on Nigeria by an over-bearing president at all costs. But you Mr. President auditioned for this job for nearly 12 years. Now you are "Baba Go Slow 2.0" and it took you six months to assemble your team and Nigeria is wobbling. If those you have surrounded yourself with do not tell you the truth, we genuine men and women of God will tell you as it is. If things continue as it is our nation under your watch Mr. President, you will not return in 2019. Mark our words.
Mr. President, for over a year, Nigeria didn't have an ambassador in the United States. Your snail approach to national issues was responsible, yet you attempted to be president three times and you were a military head of state between 1984 and 1985. As we are writing, you haven't constituted the board memberships of dozens of government agencies necessary for national development and you have only 18 months in office. What is going on sir? Is age the issue and do you still have the zest to preside over Africa's most populous nation for another four years?
Finally, Mr. President, come clean to your country men and women about the state of your health and inform us that you will not be able to administer Nigeria for another four years. That is honorable and understandable. In that wise, conduct free, fair and transparent election in 2019 and put your name in gold. However, if you insist you must serve a second term despite the current lethargic state of the nation in all areas; then demonstrate your agility, focus, determination and strength with fresh ideas and new blood in the next 18 months. Now it is no longer a marathon, but a sprint to 2019.
16 MAJOR POLITICAL MOVES NIGERIAN OPPOSITION SHOULD MAKE TO STOP THE RE-ELECTION OF PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI IN 2019
First define and organize yourselves into a formidable entity and political whole. Let Nigerians know you are virile, formidable and serious to take on President Buhari. Unity is very important. As Our Lord Jesus Christ warned: "If a kingdom is divided against itself, it cannot stand; If a house is divided against itself, that house cannot stand" (Mark 3:24-25).
Frame your political philosophy on President Muhammadu Buhari as a weak and directionless president very early now before the end of 2017. Do not take on President Buhari as an APC Leader, he is not. He knows it himself that, apart from the bully pulpit of the presidency, he doesn't control the heart of the APC. By excising him as a candidate very early in 2017, you will get sympathetic ears among APC loyalists and supporters.
The name, People's Democratic Party (PDP) is a hard sell in Nigeria's political retail market. As we have disclosed in this column in the past, the PDP as a brand name has toxic appeal in all crannies of Nigeria. By jettisoning the name, PDP, you will be able to create an organic platform for millions of Nigerians now averse to President Buhari's second term ambition.
Another name that should not feature majorly in the new political alignment is Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan. That name is politically radioactive right now in contemporary Nigeria and will remain so for some time. As a former president, he cannot play a less visible role in national politics and if not for his fumbling and lackluster performance, Nigeria would have been spared the current national psychosis. Consequently, let the former president keep a low profile as much as possible in any political realignment needed to stop Buhari's second term.
You need a bridge-builder in the mold of Asiwaju Bolanle Adekunle Ahmed Tinubu, the Jagaban of Borgu, the Baba Oba of Ikorodu and the undisputable Leader of the Yoruba race in contemporary Nigeria. We make no bones about our assessment of this political tactician, and hate or love him; this former Lagos State Governor and APC Leader systematically cobbled the fractured and disparate political parties wobbling in the wilderness together into a formidable whole and took on the octopian PDP and wrestled power from them to the bemusement of Nigerians. This is the reason we wrote his biography which will soon be unveiled to the Nigerian public. The opposition should start looking for someone like this man right now who has the resources, time, energy, reach, brain, strategical thoughts and guts to bring the opposition together and take on President Buhari in 2019. This political tactician and strategist should be on the national stage no later than Sunday October 1, 2017. That day, Sunday has a spiritual significance.
Still on the desideratum of a Jagaban-like political leadership, the contribution of this man to contemporary Nigerian politics for historians in future was his non-selfish attitude to the formation of the APC in 2013 and events leading up to the 2015 Presidential Election. He was determined to break the satanic stranglehold of the lecherous PDP on hapless Nigerians without asking himself; what is in this for me? That was unprecedented in Nigeria where politicians are only concerned about the now and the immediate. There are few Bola Tinubus in Yoruba Land and in the South-South and South-Eastern Nigeria. The opposition should look out for such political magus and put his strategies to use to wrest power from President Muhammadu Buhari (not APC please!) in 2019. Read these and use God's Wisdom to understand: "In the month of Kislev in the twentieth year, while I was in the citadel of Susa, Hanani, one of my brothers, came from Judah with some other men, and I questioned them about the Jewish remnant that had survived the exile, and also about Jerusalem. They said to me, "Those who survived the exile and are back in the province are in great trouble and disgrace. The wall of Jerusalem is broken down, and its gates have been burned with fire." When I heard these things, I sat down and wept" (Nehemiah 1:1-4)
The opposition should coalesce quickly and adopt their logo, name and registration before Sunday October 1, 2017, (here again that day, Sunday and its spiritual significance to the outcome of 2019 Presidential Election in the spirit realm), if they are serious to form the new government in 2019. The political alignment and re-alignment should start right now. Again, we warn; that day Sunday October 1, 2017 is spiritual. We did not choose that day at random. Only those with spiritual understanding will get it.
The presidential candidate of the inchoative party should be zoned to the Core North: Kano, Sokoto, Kaduna or Kebbi. President Buhari will have a big fight in his hands in the North in 2019 on toe-to-toe with a Hausa-Fulani presidential candidate.
The newly-minted political party should make it mandatory that its Northern Hausa-Fulani Presidential Candidate should pick his running mate from South West Nigeria for strategic reason and announce to Nigerians that the Senate Presidency will be zoned to the South-South while the Speaker of the House of Representatives will be zoned to the South-East. Again, we warn, the new political party MUST accomplish these tasks by announcing these positions to Nigerians before or on Sunday October 1, 2017. Mindful of the electoral law and the likelihood the Buhari Administration will crack down on the opposition, the mass media and new social media should be veritable outlets to disseminate such information as long as Nigerians are aware of these personalities.
The new opposition party should get in touch with us Nigerians abroad immediately it has put its house in order and ready for governance. The international community is losing hope on the Buhari Presidency unless he moves and move fast as noted above. The opposition group can capitalize on this lethargy and offer credible alternative to Nigerians; a new face the international community can do business with. Right now, the political apparatchiks and the go-to-men and women are asking us here in the United Sates, who is the alternative to President Buhari? That question must be answered before Sunday October 1, 2017.
The presidential candidate of the new political party should be a young man, under the age of 60 years from the Core North. The presidency is not for old men and women, certainly not for retirees and war veterans. President Buhari has shown and demonstrated so far, he is a mono-agenda man: corruption. He could as well be appointed sole administrator of the EFCC. Nigerians need a nimble, young, energetic, articulate, scholarly, cerebral person and a president with New Century mindset who can multi-task while conscious of the sensibilities of all tribes, ethnic groups and a religiously diverse nation such as ours. We don't need a potentate in a 21st Century Nigeria, if we are serious in real nation building.
The opposition party should be able to capitalize on the nation's flailing economy and hammer President Buhari on this important part of Nigerian life. The excuses of the president and his spokespersons have not been convincing enough and any credible opposition should be able to put its house in order and wrest power from Buhari in 2019.
Nigerians want to see the political manifestoes of the opposition party and most importantly, its economic blueprint. How would they handle the economy differently from what President Buhari is currently doing? The opposition should be able to assemble a formidable economic team that will offer common sense solutions to myriad economic problems plaguing the country. It should do this before or on Sunday October 1, 2017.
The new opposition party should mobilize its members in the National Assembly to pass a bill which will become a law which allows Nigerians in Diaspora to be able to vote in the 2019 election cycle.
The new political and opposition party should set up a formidable team of technocrats, the OPS, industrialists and entrepreneurs on how to create employment opportunities for teeming Nigerans roaming the streets. We were the first to coin the phrase: "If Nigeria doesn't kill corruption, then corruption will kill Nigeria," which has been popularized by President Muhammadu Buhari. Now in 2017 and beyond, it is not corruption that will kill Nigeria; unemployment. "If the Nigerian government doesn't tackle headlong the hydra headed monster of unemployment and joblessness, especially among the youth; then Nigeria may soon become history."
Finally, any politician or national leader from the Core North who is prepared, ready, willing and strongly determined to take on President Muhammadu Buhari in 2019 should please stand up gallantly latest Sunday October 1, 2017. The lion-hearted politician and national leader should be ready to incur the wrath of the Buhari Gang. The Buhari Administration will go after the man's economic interests and his associates, but that is the path to victory. The brave person should also be willing to be detained, but he should not be deterred. This is what we hear from On High. The day this man is detained by the DSS signals the end of the Buhari Presidency.
AFRICA AND THE WORLD: The British monarchy is one of the world's most surviving monarchies and a change is coming this year 2017 as one door closes another entrance opens. It is time for a king after over sixty-five years under a queen. The True Lord God Almighty overruled us on the outcome of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election for His purpose. We do not yet know this purpose, but something earth-shaking and of global proportion is about to happen in the United States between now and 2019 which will affect the entire world. We shall all see and witness that "something" in the Mighty Name of Jesus. We said opposition leader in Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo would win the 2016 Presidential Election in Ghana, and he did. We warned Mr. Yahya Abdulaziz Jammeh of The Gambia that his days in the Smiling Coast of Africa would be coming to an end within 2 years and it happened. We have already shown him his immediate future if he continues to shake his crooked fists at the True Lord God Almighty of the heavens and the universe. Honor, Power, Glory and Adoration belong to You and You Only in the Mighty Name of Jesus, Amen. We exhort youthful Joseph Desire Kabange Kabila of the DRC to toe the path of honor and cede the stage after fifteen years on the seat so he would not end like his late father; Laurent Desire Kabila. Africa will lose three heads of states of their countries this year. The ANC will suffer unbelievable electoral defeat never witnessed in South Africa since the time of Nelson Mandela. President Isaias Tigrinya Afwerki of Eritrea should be careful not to fall into the hands of his Presidential Security Guards in Asmara this year. If there are other world events that need to be told later in the year, we shall release them as commanded by the Holy Spirit.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Spiritual Emptor: All the prophecies in this column will not do you any good, if you haven't made the Lord Jesus Christ, your personal Lord and Savior. Another year rolls in and your lot hasn't changed. It's because you're disobedient to the True Lord God Almighty. You can turn a new leaf this year; confess your sins and let he Owner of your life take total control. You can pray this prayer now and change your life and secure eternal salvation: "Lord Jesus, I'm sorry I've been living my life for me all these years but today, I confess my sins and disobedience to You. I believe in my heart that You came to this world 2,000 years ago, to show us the Way to the Father. I believe in my heart that You died on the Cross to redeem me and three days later You resurrected with Power and Authority in heaven and on earth in Your Hands. I commit my life to You; be my Lord and Master as from today onward in Jesus Mighty Name, I pray, Amen."
Dr Moshood Ademola Fayemiwo is Chancellor and Provost; The Jesus Christ Solution Center Training School & Bible College in Cameron near Texas which will take-off later this year. He can be reached at [email protected]. His contact number is: 254-605-4035. Website: www.jesuschristsolutioncenter.com