The leader of INRI Evangelical spiritual church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has revealed what God told him about the political parties with higher chances of winning the forthcoming governorship election in Ondo State.
Ayodele in a statement made available to newsmen on Wednesday, September 30, God revealed to him that victory in the October 10 governorship election in Ondo will be between candidate of the All Progressive Congress and the incumbent governor of the state, Governor Rotimi Akeredolu and Ajayi Agboola of the Zenith Labour Party.
Within Nigeria understands that the three major contenders in the Ondo governorship race include Akeredolu (APC), Eyitayo Jegede of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP and Ajayi ZLP.
According to the clergyman, the candidature of Jegede who belongs to Nigeria’s main opposition party, PDP should not waste wealth because he does not stand a good chance in the election.
“Agboola Ajayi will push more than Eyitayo Jegede in the coming election, Jedege has not taken the right steps. If Agboola Ajayi does the needful, he stands a chance against Rotimi Akeredolu in the election,” the Primate revealed.
“The election victory is between Akeredolu and Ajayi.
“Ajayi is yet to see where he is lacking and Akeredolu will use technicality and manipulation to win the other candidates if they are not careful.
He added, “As I have said earlier, Akeredolu will not get the people’s mandate and he will not win except he uses manipulation, money, power of incumbency, security and technicality.
“The other candidates don’t have these, and they are not working against them yet, they are still making noise. If Agboola Ajayi can work seriously against these things, he still stands a chance.’’
Ayodele, however, warned the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the last governorship election in Edo State, Pastor Ize-Iyamu not to drag the Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki to court.
He said, “APC and it’s candidate, Ize-Iyamu shouldn’t bother to drag Godwin Obaseki to court because they will lose the case.”