Prophet Olusegun Adebayo, the senior pastor of the Christ Apostolic World End-Time Rival Ministry (CAWERM), has shared what God told him about the untimely death of late Oladimeji Aloba, also known as Mohbad.
Prophet Adebayo further revealed that God told him Mohbad’s father is aware of those responsible for his son’s killing at a recent church program that was shared on his YouTube channel.
He also claimed that Mohbad’s father, who is also a pastor identified as Joseph Aloba, was bewitched.
In his words, “Those that killed that boy (Mohbad), his father that is bewitched.” God told me, Do you know that his father is aware of those who killed the boy? When the boy left the kingdom of darkness, saying he was no longer interested, his father was bewitched.
He called Mohbad “glory,” said he carried the breath of God, discussed what the late singer’s father ought to have done, and blamed security agencies for the singer’s passing.
“What his father should have done was carry him around to seek the face of the Lord. He wouldn’t have died. “Nigeriah. Ah! And they killed glory. The boy is a glory. The breath of God was in him. There are many. They have been doing it for a very long time. Those who are part of the security agencies are members of this secret society, and that is why they were unable to answer him“.
God said those that killed him, they can’t stay in this life again.”
A review by WITHIN NIGERIA discovered that Prophet Olusegun Adebayo, senior pastor of the Christ Apostolic World End-Time Rival Ministry (CAWERM), had only recently prophesied that the 2023 elections will not take place.
Speaking to his church’s members at a program, Adebayo said people shouldn’t be alarmed or in a panic because the Fulani cannot accomplish anything.
Adebayo who was addressing his members in Yoruba language said; don’t be dashing around erratically. God has told me where to go, but I won’t speak it out loud. Nothing can be done by them. They (Northerners) take from us to advance their own interests. They wish to leave. But they will sob hard in the Niger Republic. They would enquire of the world but receive nothing. I’ll stop there.
According to Prophet Adebayo, God promised him that whatever they had taken would be returned.
“God said they will see money,’ I said. Are you present? They’ve seen money, right? They transported some of the funds to Ghana. You haven’t watched it, then? I was told by God that he will reveal himself once more. They wish to depart.
I am the first prophet to predict that there won’t be elections in 2023, according to Adebayo.
The preacher claimed there would be no election in 2023 in the five minutes and 38 seconds-long YouTube video. Go ahead and record it.
“I firmly believe what God has told me. There will be many dramas to watch. Along with the person who created clergy and the one who wore a cap to church. Not Ganduje, is he? He visited a church. Honor the Lord. There will be many dramas to watch. You’ll witness disgrace. What a shame. You can’t get away from it. It cannot be survived by either PDP or APC. You can’t get away from it from top to bottom. Sword is getting closer”, says the cleric in Yoruba language.
According to Prophet Adebayo, God spoke to him on Tuesday.
“God proclaimed that the way he treated Shagari would be insignificant in comparison to the way he intend to the person occupying the seat. Put it on paper. Maybe the Fulani will kill him before he departs, maybe not. They can come and arrest me. The Lord Almighty warns them that if they do, they would gradually lose all of their offspring. I abide with what I said. Yorubaland is unconquerable by Fulani. I observed numerous of their lifeless bodies……”
However, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) declared the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu as the winner of the presidential election.
Mahmood Yakubu, chairperson of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), announced the results in the wee hours of Wednesday.
Yakubu said Tinubu secured a total of 8,794,726 votes.
Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had the second-highest figure with 6,984,520 votes, while Peter Obi of the Labour Party (LP) was next with 6,101,533 votes.