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Boko Haram: Primate Ayodele Predicts Crisis In Nigerian Army, Says Buratai Will Be Indicted

The Leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Oke-Afa, Lagos, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has predicted a crisis in the Nigerian Army.

Primate Ayodele predicted that the crisis would lead to an indictment of the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai.

In his latest book of prophecy, released over the weekend in Lagos, titled: “Warnings to the Nations, A Collection Of Divine Signals,” the clergyman warned that a document would indict Buratai.

According to Primate Ayodele: “A document will indict the Chief of Army Staff on some of the happenings in the war against terrorism in Nigeria.

“I foresee some soldiers will voluntarily disappear or resign from the army because of poor welfare.

On the Nigerian Army’s fight against Boko Haram and Buratai, Primate Ayodele said: “The spirit of God says most of the soldiers involved in the Boko Haram war exposed the game plan of the military to the insurgents.

“I foresee that some soldiers will go on a protest march.

“I foresee that some Army Commanders and Generals will be removed because of sectionalism.

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“I foresee that a document will indict the Chief of Army Staff on some of the happenings in the war against terrorism in Nigeria.

“I foresee that there will be high-level cases of corruption in the army especially in the war against Boko Haram.

“I foresee that some soldiers will voluntarily disappear or resign from the army because of poor welfare.

“I foresee that the Army will work tirelessly to defeat the Boko Haram insurgents.”

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