Obi can’t win Tinubu in court – Primate Ayodele
The leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has disclosed that the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi did not win the general elections conducted on February 25, urging him to stop expending his time, money and energy, he can’t win Tinubu in court.
Primate Ayodele made the disclosure in a statement by his Media Aide, Oluwatosin Osho, on Sunday.
The cleric said that Peter Obi should restrain from going to court because he won’t win.
He, however, declared that only God can stop the inauguration ceremony of the President-elect, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, on May 29.
Primate Ayodele said nobody would be able to stop the inauguration even though the Muslim-Muslim combination doesn’t correlate with God’s plan for Nigeria, and will lead to hard times for the country.
The outspoken clergyman disclosed that he gave an insight into what Obi needed to do if he wanted to win the presidential election before the election, but he didn’t do any, which was responsible for his loss at the polls.
Primate Ayodele said, “Nobody can stop Tinubu from being inaugurated as the President of Nigeria on May 29, only God can stop him. I am not in support of the Muslim-Muslim ticket, God has never approved the combination for Nigeria.
“There are consequences the country will face as a result of that. Nigeria will face hard times with Muslim-Muslim ticket.
“Peter Obi didn’t win the election, he can’t be president. Going to court for Obi is now a waste of money, time, and energy. He didn’t win the election and even if he goes around the world, he still will not be declared winner.
“I remember saying Obi is only making noise, and I said if Igbo loses 2023, they will not smell presidency in the next 30 years; this is what has happened now. I warned Obi that he isn’t ready for the election, I told him some of the things that will give him victory but he didn’t do anything. Why is he crying now?”
While commenting on court cases, Primate Ayodele stressed that only a few states in the country could experience a turnaround.
He stated that election results would not be upturned in most states.