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Primate Elijah Ayodele, the Chief of INRI Evangelical Non secular Church, on Tuesday warned Bola Tinubu, Nationwide Chief of the All Progressives Congress, APC, towards contesting the 2023 presidency.

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Primate Ayodele warned Tinubu to hunt the face of God as a result of he might not survive until 2023.

Talking completely with DAILY POST, the clergyman warned that the previous Lagos State governor might undergo similar destiny as MKO Abiola.

Noting that the APC Nationwide Chief can be risking his life, Ayodele mentioned Tinubu was being deceived to contest.

Primate Ayodele additionally charged the previous Peoples Democratic Occasion, PDP, presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar towards contesting.

He mentioned: “Let Atiku go and relaxation whereas Tinubu ought to seek the advice of God for him to outlive until that point in good well being.

“Tinubu could be very determined to turn into Nigeria’s president in any respect price, he ought to take heed to his well being implications and needs to be conscious that he has to hunt the face of God if he needs to additional as a result of so many issues are going to occur within the course of.

“Tinubu is risking his life for opting to run within the subsequent election. PDP might break due to Atiku.

“These two individuals; Atiku ought to go and take his relaxation and Tinubu is risking his life, he will probably be molested, embarrassed.

“I inform you they may drag Tinubu the best way they dragged Abiola, he has not finished what is correct for him to contest for 2023 presidency.

“Some individuals are simply hailing him however he’ll goof in so some ways. He is an efficient man to rule Nigeria however not divinely nominated. He’s being deceived.”

Tinubu and the Atiku are but to declare their intention to run for the presidency in 2023.

Regardless of their silence on this challenge, some Nigerians have being clamouring for each males to contest the election.

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