Ruto Will Win But He Will Be Rigged,He Will Not Rule~Meet a Nigerian Pastor Who Predicted Ruto’s Win

Famous Nigerian pastor and self-proclaimed prophet Primate Ayodele  predicted that UDA flagbearer Deputy President William Ruto will win these General Elections.

In a statement released on Thursday, August 4, the leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church Primate Ayodele, who has previously been blasted for fake prophecies, predicted a first-round win for the UDA presidential candidate.

He further tipped off Ruto on specific segments of the electorate to target in the final stretch towards the August 9 poll.

“Without rigging, William Ruto will become Kenya’s next president and will make the country better for the people. Of paramount is that he should employ a new strategy and work more on Mount Kenya, the youth and women,’’ Ayodele stated.

However, he clarified that this would only be possible if the election conducted by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) would be credible.

“Ruto must follow up with the election closely because I see plans to rig the election. He must ensure he wins in the first round and, avoid court cases hanging around his victory.

“The DP should follow these instructions and must be very radical on the day of the election because if he isn’t careful, he will be robbed of his win,’’ the self-proclaimed prophet reiterated.

On the other hand, he poked holes in President Uhuru Kenyatta’s endorsement of the Azimio candidate, claiming that it would only cause more complications for the former Prime Minister.

The man of the cloth has been cornered over some of his previous divinations which have never come to pass.

In 2021, Ayodele alleged that the high heavens had revealed to him that one of the ambassadors in the county and a prominent member of Cherubim and Seraphim church, Baba Aladurahe, would pass on. 

At the onset of the pandemic, he claimed that the disease would claim the lives of a Health Minister and a commissioner, adding that the country would begin manufacturing its own vaccines.

Notably, none of the individuals has passed on, and neither has Nigeria begun producing its own inoculation doses. 

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