Primate Ayodele reveals new prophecies about Coronavirus

April 23, 2020
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Primate Elijah Ayodele of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church has dropped series of new prophecies, saying the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is here to stay.

Nigeria currently has 873 confirmed cases of the deadly virus and has recorded 25 deaths.

Primate Ayodele who issued his prophecies to media houses stated that the disease is not going anywhere and that it may become airborne soon.

He said, “Coronavirus is here to stay. It is not going anytime soon.

“I see it becoming an airborne disease.

“World Health Organisation and United Nations need to look into this.

“Government should start doing things to make the economy look better. I see social distancing persisting till next year.

“COVID-19 will cause serious hunger in the world, especially Africa. There should be three days prayer to avert more COVID-19 deaths.”

In other news, Primate Ayodele says that coronavirus will kill more prominent people in Nigeria. The cleric who had predicted drama and death in Aso Rock Villa, has warned that the COVID-19 will kill more Prominent People in Nigeria.

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