Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy Fulfilled As Political Unrest Hits Guinea - AMEBO NEWSPAPERS NG.


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Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy Fulfilled As Political Unrest Hits Guinea

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Fresh clashes between Guinea’s security forces and protesters unhappy with plans for transitioning back to democracy left one person dead in the capital, authorities said, though the demonstrations’ organisers put the death toll at four.

The National Front for the Defence of the Constitution (FNDC) — the influential coalition that called the protests — told AFP in a statement that the clashes had left “four dead and several wounded by bullets, with five being between life and death”.

This political unrest is in fulfilment of popular prophet, Primate Ayodele’s prophecy which he warned against some weeks ago during the release of his annual prophecy book titled Warnings to the nations.

Primate Ayodele in this prophecy book revealed that there will be tough times in the country even as the people will call for a new government. He mentioned that the country needs to pray against killings and political tension in the country.

These were his words

GUINEA: I foresee that there will tough times for the politicians in the country. The country will have issues on their system of government. There will be calls for a new government, even as the country will have series of challenges. The country must be careful of coup because its political arrangement will not grow or be stable as expected. The country will run into debts. The efforts of the President will not be appreciated. The President will have many political enemies even as the president will be accused of rigging in the new electoral process. The country will clamor for peace because of external interference in the country. Let the country pray against killings. The country needs to re-strategize in order for them not to experience political tensions.

Just as he warned, it has come to pass

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