Oluseye Ojo, Ibadan
Apostle Jeremiah Adeyeye, General Overseer of the Clear Revelation Ministry (CRM), Ibadan, Oyo State, has revealed what God showed him on former president Olusegun Obasanjo, former governor of Lagos State and National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu; as well some states in the South West.
He spoke with Daily Sun in Ibadan: “I wrote to Chief Olusegun Obasanjo in 2014 concerning the 2015 general elections. Do you see what is happening in Nigeria now? Now, Obasanjo stands to rectify the mistakes he made. He is now going up and down to form coalition. He is the only one that can talk at present. He is the only one that can face this APC. If not because of him, if he has gone, who will stand for the Yoruba race as it is now?
“I will always say the truth. Obasanjo is a great pillar for Africa, not Yoruba race alone. There is no one that is perfect. But Obasanjo is now talking genuinely concerning this nation. Those attacking him should rather pray for him.
“When he was in government, I wrote letters to him. What I wrote in the letters are what we are witnessing in Nigeria today. I told him not to hand over in 2007, that he needed a tenure elongation. By then, they were all thinking that I was being sponsored. But today, it has come to the limelight it has become a stark reality.
“Tinubu and his wife need prayers. We should begin to pray for him.
There is nothing God cannot do. But he needs prayers. It is only God that can do it, not sacrifice. I sent words to him through the newspapers that he needed prayers not to lose his son. It happened.
Since 2006, I have been sending messages to him. But I have never been in his house because what I hate most is insult.
“Do you know why I talk about Tinubu all the time? It is because he is a very strong pollar of the Yoruba. It depends on how he uses his own capabilities. He is a very strong pillar for the Yoruba race. It depends on how he plays his roles.”
The cleric also said God showed him revelations on the Oyo State governorship candidates of the APC, Chief Adebayo Adelabu; former governor, Otunba Adebayo Alao-Akala, of the Action Democratic Party (ADP) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mr. Oluseyi Makinde:
“Every time I see Adelabu’s posters, my spirit weeps. He has gone to a wrong side in politics. He needs prayer, even after the election for history not to repeat itself.
“There will be series problems in Ibadan before the governorship election. I saw something terrible happening. The gang-up or treachery may make him not to become governor. Money may not solve the problem.
“It is only God that can solve it; it is not by ritual or by anything.
It is God alone who can break the jinx. As it was in the beginning, so it is now. Those before him misled the people. So, everything is in God’s hand. If God wants anything to happen, it will happen.”
On Alao-Akala, Adeyeye noted: “If Akala had listened to me as a prophet, he would have been the most popular governor we have ever had in the South West. I had earlier predicted the impeachment of Ladojaand Ayodele Fayose. All these things came to pass.
“When God showed me that Ladoja would come back, I went to see Akala. I was delayed for four hours and 20 minutes by one of his aides. The aide said I should deliver the message I had for Akala to him. I said ‘thank you’ and left the place.
“God told me to go to a media house and relate the message to journalists, which I did. Some politicians from Molete, Ibadan, went to attack the person who interviewed me the following day the story came out. Another Akala’s aide (name withheld) called me names. They said could not allow that to happen. But when it happened, this aide found me and I met Akala. That was in 2007 when Akala came back as governor.
The Lord showed me revelations then about Akala, ex-governors Segun Oni (Ekiti), Olusegun Agagu (Ondo) and Olagunsoye Oyinlola (Osun). It was carried by some newspapers. It was only Akala that called me. And I did what I could do.
I said to him that he would scale through. He won the case in court and he did not know that the respect he gave methat day when we met at the Government House also worked for him.
“But in 2011, I put it in the newspapers that he would not win his second term bid. His people ganged up against me and the church I was planting. They took a road through it and the place was demolished. I refused to take money because if I had taken the money, it would have been a great disaster. He lost the election in 2011.
“So, on the March 2, 2019 governorship poll, I saw a revelation concerning him. I went to his office that day because I still love Akala. One of his boys attended to me. But we were unable to meet him.
He told me to meet his wife in their house. I wanted to refuse goingto see his wife, but the person that took me to his office made me to follow him to his house.
“I revealed three little things to Akala’s wife. But many of them don’t take any prophet pastor serious until it happened. But for those who have the knowledge of God, they should have perceived who this man is. If someone says the same thing up to four or five times, it is not a mistake again. It is God that has been putting His words in the mouths of his servants.”
On the PDP governorship candidate: “Makinde is a young rich man. I love the way he comports himself. But to become governor it is in God’s hand. Don’t let me say it will be difficult because of people surrounding him; they are not feeding him well.
“Prayer is apart and obedience apart. The whole things that can make somebody become what he wants is obedience from God’s temple. If you go to them, they will delay you, thinking you have come for money, not knowing that it is for their own good. Though I don’t have money, I am pleasant with what I have.”
Adeyeye on Lagos State: “Something terrible will happen in Lagos State. I don’t see APC coming on board again. Akinwumi Ambode will be the last APC governor in Lagos State. I saw it clearly. I see a new regime in Lagos but not APC.”
For Ekiti and Osun states: “I see something terrible concerning Ekiti and Osun states. Those who are dancing now in the two states will dance no more at the end.
“In Ogun State, I see something new. APC will also lose in Ogun State.
Ondo State will not follow APC again. Anyday there is an election incOndo State, APC will lose most of their majority to other parties. In Ogun State, if democracy stands, APC will not win.
“I also wrote to the United Nations, European Union and the African Union. None of them replied or took a step. I wrote to the United States of America and the British Government then, copies of the letters are with me. In May 2018, I said that APC would have implosion before August of the same year.”