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Primate Ayodele’s Warning On Tunisia In Newly Released Annual Prophecy Book Comes To Pass

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Tunisia has approved a new constitution granting unchecked powers to the office of President Kais Saied, the electoral board said, after a poorly attended referendum in which voters overwhelmingly backed the document.

On Tuesday evening, electoral commission head Farouk Bouasker told journalists the body “announces the acceptance of the new draft constitution for the Republic of Tunisia,” based on preliminary results, with 94.6 percent of valid ballots voting “yes,” on 30.5 percent turnout.

This is in fulfilment of the prophecy of popular Nigerian prophet, Primate Elijah Ayodele who is the leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church in his newly released annual book of prophecy titled Warnings To The Nations.

Primate Ayodele released the 2022/2023 edition of Warnings To The Nations on Saturday, 9th Of July, 2022 and as usual, it contains prophetic revelations and warnings about all the nations in the world.

On page 76 of the book, Primate Ayodele wrote about Tunisia and noted that he foresees that the president of the country will take more steps to ensure that the constitution of the country is changed. This was confirmed yesterday when a poorly attended referendum that had 30.5% turnout led to the approval of the country’s new constitution.

Meanwhile, Primate Ayodele also made it known that there will be challenges for the president and an uprising against him in the country. At the moment in Tunisia, the approval of the new constitution has caused a crisis as some international communities have described the process as an infringement on human rights.

With the massive rejection of the new constitution, it’s just a matter of time before the challenges of the president begins, as Primate Elijah Ayodele but we will keep our fingers crossed.

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