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How Primate Ayodele Foretell The Death Of Former Ondo Governor, Bamidele Olumilua ~Omonaijablog



Nigeria, especially Ondo and Ekiti States have been thrown into a mourning state since the death of a former governor of Ondo state, Bamidele Isola Olumilua was announced.





He died after  a brief illness according to information made available by his son who is now a commissioner in Ekiti state.
Checks by Omonaijablog  has revealed that the leader of INRI Evangelical spiritual church, Primate Elijah Ayodele had earlier predicted the death of the former governor during his 2020 prophecies which was released on the 24th of December, 2019.
The man of God in his prophecy said that he forsees the death of a former governor, a judge, a former minister.

‘’ Let us pray against the death of a professor, a judge, a onetime civilian governor, a military officer, a minister and a business tycoon. Let us pray against the death of a prominent banker.’’

It is worthy of being noted that just as he said, a former minister of health, Alhassan died in may 2020, also the Chief judge of yobe died some months ago, a prominent banker of First Bank Plc died some months ago,now, a former governor of Ondo state had just died.


This is no doubt confirming the prophecies of the man of God and also confirming the genuineness of the prophet.

In the same vein, he has adviced the President of USA, Donald Trump to apologize to the blacks over his comments recently so as not to affect his second term ambition.

Below are some of his prophecies that have come to pass:
1 The coming of Covid 19 to the world and into Nigeria
2 The protest of black Americans in united states of America
3 The death of President Buhari’s former Chief of staff, Abba Kyari
4 The killings in the north
5 The travails of World health organization.
6 The withdrawal of USA’s support from WHO
7 Ukrainian International Airlines plane crash
8 The number of Covid-19 cases hitting over 5 million in the world, 10,000 in Nigeria
9 NURTW Clash
10 Fire disaster in Markets around the country.

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