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Prophet Olujobi Warns of Possible Poisoning of Tinubu Before Swearing-In



Prophet Olujobi Warns of Possible Poisoning of Tinubu Before Swearing-In

Prophet Bisi Olujobi, founder and senior pastor of Wisdom Church of Christ International in Ketu, Lagos, has warned that Nigeria’s president-elect, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, may suffer food poisoning before taking office.

The clergyman, who made the disclosure in a message to the media on Saturday, cautioned the former Lagos State governor to be mindful of his surroundings in order to prevent injury.

Prophet Olujobi Warns of Possible Poisoning of Tinubu Before Swearing-In

The prophet also warned that Tinubu’s wife, Oluremi Tinubu, would be the main food source for the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate.

Olujobi congratulated Tinubu on his recent presidential election win and asked him to keep the promises he made throughout the nationwide campaign.

He, however, urged the lawmaker to be cautious “this time around, more specifically on the source of food he would like to consume.

“Oluremi Tinubu should be the only source of food for him this time until the expiration of three months as revealed by God, either in the country or outside,” Olujobi warned.

In a further revelation, Prophet Olujobi said the incumbent governor of Lagos, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, will emerge victoriously during the next week’s governorship election.

He furthered that Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State “Made a costly error in Rivers State, yet he will be a force in the South-South, as God’s ways are different from man’s.”

Speaking on former Ekiti governor, Ayodele Fayose’s account, Olujobi said he “will bounce back politically only that he needed to pray more on his health.”

Meanwhile, Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi, the presidential candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the Labour Party (LP) respectively, have refused to concede defeat in the February 25 presidential election.

They vow to recover their mandate in court.

President-elect, Bola Tinubu, had asked them to support him in the task of building the nation. However, Atiku and Obi rebuffed the gesture of conciliation made by Tinubu and spoke at separate news conferences in Abuja on Thursday.

Obi insisted that he won the election and he was ready to prove it. He noted that the election in which Tinubu was declared victorious was controversial and programmed to deliver pre-determined results. He pointed out that the election did not meet the requirements and could not be deemed credible. Obi vowed to pursue and recover his mandate, saying, “We won the election and I will prove it to Nigerians.’’

“The process through which people come into the office is far more fundamental, more important than what they do (in office) thereafter. I believe that if you must answer ‘Your Excellency,’ the process through which you arrive at the office must be excellent,” Obi said.


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