The newly elected first minister of Scotland, Humza Yousaf has vowed to push for another referendum seeking independence of Scotland from the United Kingdom.
New SNP leader Humza Yousaf has said he will ask for a Section 30 order “straight away” just hours after it was announced he would take over the top job from Nicola Sturgeon.
Mr Yousaf, who has been Scottish health secretary since 2021, will be formally elected by MSPs as Scotland’s sixth first minister on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, popular Nigerian prophet, Primate Elijah Ayodele had prophesied severally that Scotland will break out from Scotland. He noted that the UK will be faced with a crisis and that the nation will break.
Recently in an interview with Tribune newspaper, Primate Ayodele reiterated his prophecy concerning the UK and maintained that Scotland will push to come out of the United Kingdom.
‘’The United States will not always retain its unity, especially from California. California will experience some natural disaster that will sweep many away. The US will rely heavily on California because of its economic buoyancy. Satan will fight California. Also the United Kingdom’s unity will not survive the next 20 years. Scotland will push to come out of the United Kingdom.’’ (https://tribuneonlineng.com/primate-ayodele-to-nigerians-expect-no-miracle-from-whoever-wins-among-the-three-main-candidates/)
Also, in his annual prophecy book titled Warnings To The Nations (2020/2021 edition), Primate Ayodele had mentioned that Scotland will strive to break out of the United Kingdom due to economic issues.
‘’UNITED KINGDOM: The country will have so many things to do, there will be flooding in the United Kingdom and extreme heat and strange flies. The country due to Brexit will be having problems. Scotland will strive to get out of UK as UK will face some economic challenges and they will want to protest against the prime minister.’’
The declaration of the new first minister, Humza Yousaf is in tandem with the prophecy of Primate Ayodele regarding the independence of Scotland from the United Kingdom. Will it finally come to pass at the end of the day? Fingers crossed.