By Ike A. Offor
The Republican News has been taking time to review and follow as they manifest the prophecies by the same prophet who accurately predicted the electoral victory of President Buhari, when others got it completely wrong.
Prophet Wale Olagunju in his prophecies said the following
1. It will take the greatest miracle of the century for the current Senate President Bukola Saraki to complete his term as Nigeria’s Senate President.
5. Nigerians should pray for Oba of Benin and the
Olubadan of Ibadan Land.
6. Break-up is imminent in Nigeria. Another generation is coming that will break Nigeria without any war.
7. There is going to be retrenchment in NTA and FRCN.
We have followed his prophecies so closely and another thing he emphaisized so hard was the cases of fire incident, whcih everyone has seen a record high number of fire incidents in both South West and in the North.
Also, there was a mass retrenchment in NTA, FRCN and others recently by President Mohammadu Buhari, which the prophet prophesized about.
Another prophesy is the political fate of the embattled senate president, Dr Saraki, whose political fate and future is right now hanging on a tin thread.
Kurmi market is the latest case of fire that razed over 900 shop in that market. Over 4000 shops was razed by fire in Sabon Gari market in Kano. Fire also gutted the factory building of Niger Biscuit, the maker of Oxford cabin biscuit. There have been several cases of fire that is innumerbale to detail here. There is a tremendous increase in fire incidents since the beginning of this year.
A closer look at prophesy number 5, one could see that Olubadan has joined his ancestors, and Oba of Benin Kingdom has just joined his ancestors too.
Though tradition depicts that it is hard to know the precise date of death of Oba of Benin Kingdom due to rigorous rituals involved and the high degree of secrecy with regards to the death of any Oba.
But the fact is that it was contained in his prophesy and the King has passed on too. We pray for the repose of the Oba Erediauwa of Benin Kingdom. Adieu!