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Aso Rock Vacancy, Prof. Osinbajo’s Life In Danger – Prophet Elijah Ayodele

Primate Babatunde Elijah Ayodele

Controversial Nigerian prophet and cleric, Primate Babatunde Elijah Ayodele, has revealed that the life of the Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo is in danger. He also revealed that the Acting President was struggling with a cabal in the Presidency that wants to see him dethroned.

The Prophet further said that the result of the Osun by-election should not make the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, feel it is finally back. He stressed that the Wednesday last week’s Supreme Court judgment that that installed Senator Ahmed Makarfi as the party’s national chairman means the PDP was on its way to gradual recovery.

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In his words......

“Many things will still be exposed about the plots against him. “There are so many things we don’t see now; the vice president is struggling against the cabal. As it is now, the villa is vacant. “We have just started. With Makarfi back in the saddle, PDP will be on its way to gradual recovery if they take the right steps.

“As it is PDP needs proper cleansing. Makarfi can still bring the party back but if the party brings the wrong person for the presidential election in 2019, the party may not win. “The APC will now have crisis with Makarfi returning except they are able to put their house in order and re-strategise if the party is to retain power.

“At end of the day, it may neither be APC nor PDP that will get the centre if they fail to present sellable candidates. I don’t want to talk about candidates now; at the appropriate time I will reveal that. “What I am saying is that Makarfi can still stabilize PDP. What happens in Osun does not mean that PDP is back.

“They should reorganize the party properly and do the right in the party. At the same time APC is cracking. “If APC wishes to retain the Presidency, they should also ensure they put their house in order.”

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