Prophet Olujobi warns Sanwo-Olu and RCCG's Adeboye that LP is on its way out.

Prophet Bisi Olujobi shared his vision for what may happen in Nigeria in the coming months on Friday.

In a statement, the cleric criticised the Labour Party (LP), Lagos Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, and Queen Silekunola Naomi, the ex-wife of the Ooni of Ife.

Others include Ladi Adebutu, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate in Ogun, and Leke, the son of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCC) leader, Pastor Enoch Adeboye.

“The present Labour Party will go into extinction…in a matter of time,” declared the General Overseer of Wisdom Church of Christ International in Ketu, Lagos.

The septuagenarian said Governor Sanwo-Olu’s second term will bring about “more improvement”, but advised him to be wary of “praise mongers”.

“He should not segregate any tribe. Some people would want to mislead him into doing that, especially segregating the Igbos, who didn’t vote for him during the election.”

On Adeboye’s son, Olujobi said he would enter “spiritual confusion” and needs fervent prayers “as there are thick conspiracy against him”.

The clergyman predicts the attacks will manifest in the nearest future and take a new dimension “immediately his father passes on”.

On Queen Naomi, he said she has no chance with any other man than Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi whom she had a child with; “Any step aside this will result in tragedy.”

Olujobi, however, prophesied Naomi and the traditional ruler will reconcile, while “other women with the Ooni will evaporate one after the other”.

On Ogun politics, he said though Adetutu has “a crown on his head,” he will not have an upper hand in his legal action to unseat Ogun governor, Dapo Abiodun.

Speaking on Sudan, the prophet stated that the war is targeted at East African countries, urging the continent’s leaders to unite and serve with the fear of God.

“Many blood will still be shared. I see the war lingering for another two years. Uganda, South Sudan, Eritrea and Ethiopia will be affected, except they pray and work harder”, he noted.

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