A prophet from Anambra, Iyke Uzukwu, has made some bold predictions about the President-elect, Bola Tinubu.
POLITICS NIGERIA reports that the prophet stated that he [Tinubu] will not tolerate the so-called “cabals” that have been holding Nigeria captive.
Uzukwu criticized the outgoing President, Muhammadu Buhari, for not living up to expectations and urged Nigerians to pray for Tinubu’s success in office.
During an interactive session with journalists in Nnewi, Uzukwu, who is the Spiritual Head of Soul Revival Outreach, also urged the presidential candidates of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, and his Labour Party (LP) counterpart, Peter Obi, to abandon their cases at the Election Petition Tribunal, stating that it would go the way of the February elections.
He said: “Prayers should be made for the president-elect to end his tenure alive. He would be a successful president but unfortunately, there is this cloud of blood hanging on his government.
“The implication of this is that a whole lot of politicians would be sacrificed for the success of his government.”
The prophet further advised Tinubu not to remove fuel subsidy until the nation’s refineries were fixed and functional, warning that a premature removal would cause both inflation and tension in the country. Uzukwu also appealed to Western nations to deport all Nigerians who have looted the nation’s economy and help the country return the stolen funds home.
“We keep hearing of Abacha loot all the time, but it is an open secret that it is not only Abacha’s administration that looted the treasury of the nation. Why is the international community silent on the loots perpetrated by other administrations?” he stressed.
Expressing disappointment over President Buhari’s purported intention to retire in Niger Republic, Uzukwu regretted his failure to fix the nation’s refineries in eight years, contrary to his earlier promise to the nation.
He added, “President Buhari has never hidden his intention to run away from Nigeria after his tenure, as well as extending NNPC pipelines to Niger Republic and tarring roads linking Nigeria to Niger when many roads that would have alleviated Nigerian sufferings are left untouched.
“He failed to fix the refineries in eight years contrary to his earlier promise to the nation. N2.4b is said to be missing in the nation’s cover at the moment. This is fast becoming President Buhari’s signature tune.
“This has always been Buhari’s exit plan and a major reason he didn’t do well as a president.”