More Hardship Awaits Nigerians, Army Will Go On Strike, Says Primate Ayodele

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The Leader Of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele said Nigerians will experience more hardship because the government is in debt that cannot be fully paid in the next six years.

The cleric commented on a statement issued by his media aide Osho Oluwatosin.

Ayodele, in his “fresh prophetic warnings”, noted that the people will start protesting against the economic hardship because things are going to be more expensive in the coming days and will lead to the government officials being stoned, embarrassed, and mocked publicly.

‘More hardship awaits Nigerians because this government is serious about debt that cannot finish in the next six years. Even the next government will continue to service debt. Only God can help Nigeria because there is going to be a massive protest against economic hardship. Things are going to be very expensive, the government is just telling Nigerians lies, I am not seeing any better days ahead because everyone will be affected. It will amount to stoning, embarrassing, and mocking our leaders.’

‘’Our economy is in serious shambles, it will get to a point where the police and army will go on strike because of payment. There will be inflation in the country and pure water will sell for N50, local rice will sell for N30,000, five liters of groundnut oil will sell for N5,000, there will be no N200 bread, Congo garri will sell for N1500, with N1,000 you won’t be able to feed yourself, cement will sell between N5,500-N6,000, minerals will sell for N200, Petrol is still going to N250/Litre. Nothing is coming out of this government anymore, it is confusing and will affect the rich and poor, and even banks will fold up and forcefully retire some of their staffers. With this economy, hard times await private sectors, multinational companies will begin to shut down’’

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