2023: See Primate Ayodele’s Message To Lagos APC On Governor Sanwo-Olu
Although 2023 is still a long way to go from now, but the Lord who sees the future before it comes to reality speaks to his prophets beforehand.
This best describes the message of popular Prophet, Primate Ayodele to the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Lagos about Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
The popular prophet, who is the leader of INRI Evangelical spiritual church during a session at his prayer mountain stated that God has revealed to him that Governor Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu deserves to be given the second term ticket because He is not done with the mission God has given him.
Primate Ayodele noted that if Governor Sanwo-Olu is allowed to have a second term, the economy of Lagos state will witness massive progress, and the people will enjoy a new breathe of fresh air because the Lord is with him.
Continuing, he said Governor Sanwoolu will become one of the best governors in Nigeria, making it known that his first term has been affected by the poisonous stings of COVIS-19, and hoodlums attack but his second term will restore hope to Lagosians
‘The Lord said to me that the governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwoolu should be allowed to have a second term by the leadership of the APC. The Lord wants to do a new thing in Lagos, and Governor Sanwoolu will be the one to be used.
In terms of security, infrastructure, employment, wealth creation, Sanwoolu will do better and the economy of Lagos will be blooming.
Hoodlums attack and COVID-19 has done damage to his first term, but his second term will be far better than his first term.
He has suffered so much to fail, He is the only one that has been ordained by God to take Lagos to the next level.
He is not my friend, and we don’t have a personal relationship but I am saying what the Lord has told me, Governor Sanwo-Olu’s second term will be one of the best Lagos has ever enjoyed.
The hand of the Lord is upon him, and He has set him on a mission which needs to be fulfilled in his second term’’