Moshood FayemiwoThursday, April 2, 2015
Chicago, Illinois, USA




"For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be known or brought out into the open" (Luke 8: 17) thus "Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them (because) It is shameful even to mention what the disobedient do in secret" (Ephesians 5: 11-12).

fter 21 days of prayer and seeking the face of the True Lord God Almighty on the outcome of the last Nigerian presidential election and we delivered the message as it was revealed to us from His Throne, we thought we should rest. Of course, the Word of the Lord God Almighty must surely come to pass and it came to pass indeed. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari is now the president-elect of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. I have received tons of email and telephone calls from Nigerians and even non-Nigerians around the world that I should disclose the reasons President Goodluck Jonathan lost as I indicated in my Open Letter to him before the election. I will do that before the inauguration of the president-elect, Gen Buhari on Friday May 29, 2015. However, I decided to have a break so I am currently in Texas on a well-deserved vacation, but the Holy Spirit "interrupted' my vacation and said I should release the names of the governors that will emerge in the forthcoming governorship elections on Saturday April 11, 2015. Before we do that, I want to sound a note of warning to those religious racketeers and charlatans going about their false prophecies that President-elect Muhammadu Buhari will not serve his full terms as president. If the True Lord God Almighty hasn't called you and mandated you to prophesy on the future of political leaders and you go ahead to make up stuffs because you want to curry favors or crave the limelight, you are bringing an eternal curse on yourself. Every man or woman of God has his/her ministry and you don't choose your ministry but you discover your ministry in the work of the Lord. The Lord God Almighty made this plain in Numbers 12: 5-6: "Then the LORD came down in a pillar of cloud and stood at the doorway of the tent, and He called Aaron and Miriam. When they had both come forward, He said, "Hear now My words: If there is a prophet among you, I, the LORD, shall make Myself known to him in a vision. I shall speak with him in a dream." But now in the New Testament under the Dispensation of the Holy Spirit, we have a better covenant than the Old Testament prophets and seers, because the Holy Spirit will be in you-(us)-as oracles of the Sovereign Lord of the universe and as John 14: 26 pointed out: "But the Advocate, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you."

Consequently, all those seers and self-styled prophets claiming the True Lord God Almighty told or revealed to them that Gen Muhammdu Buhari will not serve his full term as president are not seeing well. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari will NOT die like deceased President Umaru Musa Yar'Adua. President Muhammadu Buhari will serve his full two terms as president and commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces, Federal Republic of Nigeria. In fact, he will serve his full two-terms from 2015 to 2019 and his second term from 2019 to 2023. If he will not make his second term from 2019 to 2023 it will not occur because of his death, but for other reasons which we will not disclose at this time. Simply because Gen Buhari is 72 years old now doesn't mean he is old and will die in office. No. Again, I repeat by the revelation of the True Lord God Almighty that President Muhammdu Buhari will serve his two full terms as president from 2015 to 2023 and retire to Daura thereafter. Again, I repeat, if this will not happen, it will not be because of death. I will not comment on this again, but those seers and so-called prophets indulging in such revelations when not called by the Lord God Almighty into Prophetic Ministry may end up dead themselves. I pray for such so-called seers and prophets to forsake their evil ways and repent and let the Holy Spirit Himself speak to them instead of making things up for cheap popularity. Now to the new governors that will emerge this coming Saturday April 11, 2015 as follows in those states where governorship elections will take place this year.

ABIA STATE: The PDP governorship candidate, Mr Okezie Ikpeazu will win the election and be sworn-in.

ADAMAWA STATE: Malam Nuhu Ribadu of the PDP wanted to be president in 2011 but lost the opportunity. He thought that changing to the PDP in 2015 in order to become Adamawa State Governor will be easy but he will be surprised on Saturday that Jibrilla Bindow of APC will carry the day. Hear what the Word of God says in James 1: 5-8: "If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you. But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind. That person should not expect to receive anything from the Lord. Such a person is double-minded and unstable in all they do."

AKWA IBOM STATE: Mr Udo Emmanuel should not have won the election here, but all manners of irregularities will give the PDP victory and Mr. Umana will reclaim his stolen mandate at the tribunal. Emmanuel may not finish his four year term in office, according to the Word of God in Proverbs 21: 6: "A fortune made by a lying tongue is a fleeting vapor and a deadly snare."

BAUCHI STATE: The PDP and its leaders will try as much as possible to keep this state, but because the outgoing governor is not up for re-election, tepid support for the party's candidate will give Muhammad Abubakar of the APC the edge. The people will be thinking that they don't want to be in the opposition in order for the state to develop.

BENUE STATE: The woes of the PDP will continue here, because as our Lord Jesus Christ said in Mark 3: 25: "If a house is divided against itself, that house cannot stand." This will pave the way for Chief Samuel Orton of the APC to have a home run with a slim margin, but a win is a win anyway.

BORNO STATE: Gov Kashim Shettima, the incumbent APC helmsman of the state will return for his second and final term. Gambo Lawan of the PDP was here before, but he's not returning again at least not this year.

CROSS RIVER STATE: Ben Ayede of the PDP will have a walk over here as governor.

DELTA STATE: Senator Ifeanyi Okowa of the PDP has the establishment behind him and although the other parties may try to fuse together but the PDP will still retain the Government House.

EBONYI STATE: Mr Dave Umahi of the PDP will carry the day and become the next governor of the state after Martin Elechi.

ENUGU STATE: Mr Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of the PDP will win the governorship election here but it will be very competitive, if APGA had not pulled its candidate.

GOMBE STATE: Ibrahim Hassan Damkwambo of the PDP will retain his seat and serve his second term in office, even though the state voted for Gen Buhari in the presidential election.

IMO STATE: Owelle Rochas Okorocha of the APC will fight for his political life here as Hon. Chukwue, eka Ihedioha will give him headache, but as the Word of Life says in Psalm 146: 3 "Don't put your confidence in powerful people; there is no help for you there." It will take some time before Mr. Ihedioha will be able to find a job this year and he may become one of the most "has-been" politician of the year and beyond.

* Emeka Ihedioha will be jobless this year and beyond after the Imo State Governorship Election

* Teslim Folarin will join Ihedioha in the employment queue this year and will soon become politically irrelevant

* Although Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State is not on the ballot this year, his political story will be an ugly one in the history of Nigeria. Just as he was removed the first time, he will not finish his time again this second time. He may be jailed.

JIGAWA STATE: Aminu Ibrahim Ringim of the PDP will win and defeat APC Abubakar Badaru. Although the state went GMB way in the presidential, but the seat at Dutse will be retained by Lamido's protege.

KADUNA STATE: Gov. Ramala Yero of the PDP will not return to the Government House here but the APC candidate, Malam Nasir El-Rufai is the new governor.

KANO STATE: Outgoing Gov and now Sen Rabiu Kwankwanso has paved the way for Umar Ganduje of the APC to have a smooth sailing into the Government House come May 29, 2015 and there is nothing the PDP can do about it.

KATSINA STATE: Although the PDP machinery is strong here, but the political machine has since developed fault and has broken down. The people of Katsina want to ensure that their man in Abuja has a" home-boy" in Aminu Masari of the APC and Gov Shema has no choice but bow to the will of the people.

KEBBI STATE: Nothing was shown us about this state. It was blank and dark.

KWARA STATE: Mr Simon Ajiboa will never rule this state, not even after the state governor is done with his second and final term in 2019. Curiously, the Lord God Almighty is showing us that this state will join two other states in Nigeria that will be governed by women in 2019. Although conservative, the Lord God Almighty is showing us that a woman will be governor here in four year's term. Please don't speculate, the Lord didn't tell us yet it would be or not be Gbemi Saraki.

LAGOS, OGUN, OYO STATES: The PDP candidates are wasting their time, money and resources in the three states. All the APC candidates will win comfortably without sweat, although Jimi Agbaje will be prodded to contest the victory of Akinwunmi Ambode at the Election Petition Tribunal, but he will lose again. Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State will make history as Oyo Gov who serves two terms and Mr Teslim Folarin will have to look for a job this year and beyond. Like his colleague in Imo, he may be politically irrelevant for a long time to come.

* Akinwunmi Ambode of APC will defeat Jimi Agbaje of PDPin Lagos State on Saturday April 11, 2015

* Senator Ibikunle Amosun will return for a second term in Ogun State

* Gov Abiola Ajumobi will make history as the first governor to serve two terms in Oyo State on Saturday April 11, 2015

NASARAWA STATE: Gov Al-Makura may be in for his political life here as some of his ardent supporters will mistakenly vote for his opponents thus denying him victory. He may end up at the court to claim his stolen mandate from Yusuf Agabi of PDP. Labaran Maku may spring surprises for APGA but the surprise will not be strong enough to call the shots at the Government House this year. He may try again in the future.

NIGER STATE: Umar Nasko of the PDP will win with a slim margin against his APC challenger, Abubakar Sani.

PLATEAU STATE: 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.

RIVERS STATE: Nyesson Wike will put up a great fight in Rivers State and the election here may be suspended or inclusive. Many political supporters will die and voter irregularities will be widespread. Although Wike may be declared the winner, but he will not finish his term. Dakuku Peterside will govern the state like Rotimi Amaechi via the court process.

SOKOTO STATE: Aminu Tambuwal will win the election.

TARABA STATE: Hajia Aisha Jumai Alhassan will join Kwara and Osun States in 2019 as the three states that will be governed by women governors for the first time in the history of Nigeria in 2019. Again, I repeat, if Taraba, Kwara and Osun States field women governorship candidates under the APC in 2019, the women will win. Mrs Titi Tomori-Laoye will win the governorship election in Osun State in 2019, if she is fielded. I repeat again, if she is fielded as APC governorship candidate, but this year 2015, Hajia Alhassan will lose to Darius Ishaku of the PDP on Saturday April 2015.

YOBE STATE: Ibrahim Geidam of the APC will be returned for a second term and Adamu Waziri of the PDP will have to try in 2019.

ZAMFARA STATE: Abdulaziz Yari of the APC will retain his seat for a second term while Aliyu Shinkafi of the PDP will have to switch party in 2019, if he has any hope of governing this state again.

There are seven states that will not be on the gubernatorial calendar this year namely: Ekiti, Ondo, Edo, Bayelsa, Osun, Kogi and the FCT. I have been praying to the Lord to let a person from my home town to govern Ondo State which is my state of birth after the incumbent governor finishes his term in . The Lord has granted my request according to His Promise to me in John 14: 13 thus: "And I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son." Consequently, I am looking for a candidate to become the governor of Ondo State in 2016. The young man at Ekiti State will not finish his term and that will be his political end in the history of Nigeria. He will be removed again as governor the second time, just as he was removed the first time. There is nothing he can do it, because his destiny is fated to end this way out of his own making. A dark political horse will defeat Gov Wada of Kogi State in the state's governorship election in 2016. The dark horse will come from Ebira Land-Dekina LGA and will surprise everyone in the Confluence State.