The Andy Uba Campaign Council (AUCC), has advised the leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, to desist from ridiculing the altar of God and Christianity, the religion he professes.
This was contained in a press statement issued by the Campaign Council of the winner of the just concluded All Progressives Congress (APC) primary election in Anambra state, Senator Emmanuel Nnamdi Uba (MFR), popularly known as Andy Uba.
The Council said it was forced to make the statement after recent outing by the cleric where he openly campaigned for a candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), who clearly lost at the party primary, couching it as prophecy.
“Speaking about the upcoming Anambra State gubernatorial election, Primate Ayodele, during the launch of his annual book of prophecy, titled: “Warnings To The Nations,” the cleric made comments on the Anambra governorship election, claiming that the APC stands a better chance with the candidate in question.
“Such openly partisan and unabashedly unsolicited campaign completely contrasts with teachings of Christianity, a religion Distinguished Sen. Andy Uba is completely devoted to,” AUCC said.
AUCC expressed sadness over clear and verifiable shenanigans of Primate Ayodele and his litany of fake prophesies.
“Was it not the same cleric who, in 2019, claimed that he saw a vision of Saraki winning the presidential election for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) ?
“Did PDP win ? Where is Saraki now ?”
“It was the same lying spirit manifesting in Primate Ayodele that said Nigeria will break up in 2020 and that President Muhammadu Buhari will not run for second tenure and if does he won’t pull through due to his health.
“The question now is; has Nigeria broken ?
“Is this not 2021 ?
“Didn’t President Muhammadu Buhari win overwhelmingly and still leading Nigerians to the land of progress and is in his second tenure hale and hearty ?” AUCC asked.
The Council recalled that Primate Ayodele once said that Corona virus is airborne and that Nigerians will not survive it, but to the glory of God, Nigeria is the 3rd most safe country in the world in terms of COVID-19 outbreak and President Muhammadu Buhari (GCFR), was awarded as the African Champion of COVID-19 by African Union.
“Ayodele’s plethora of false predictions is becoming embarrassing and we urge him to seek the face of God and shun partisan politics because God is not an author of confusion.
“We are totally bewildered as to the manner of prophesies the Primate has consistently dished out which neither conform with ecclesiastical teachings nor the spirituality of the human salvation.
“Moreorless, Primate Ayodele’s prophesies conform more with random permutations you see at betting sites.
“If the cleric must embarass himself with this ritual of annual fake prophesies, we urge him to leave God’s altar out from it,” AUCC added.