Nigerian Prophet Makes Shocking Predictions About 2015


    Foremost Prophet, Primate Theophilus Oluwasaanu Olabayo, is the Pastor and founder, of Evangelical Church of Yahweh, located at Mende Village, Maryland, Lagos State, he is one of Nigeria’s respected prophets whose prophesies has shaken the high and mighty in the country.

    In this interview he reveals his predictions for the New Year.

    He predicts, that the 2015 presidential election may not hold and if the election holds at all, it may be stalemated. He also predicts that if elections hold, that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will win the governorship election in Lagos State while the All Progressives Congress (APC) will retain Rivers, Ogun and Oyo states. Primate Olabayo also called for prayers against political assassinations in the New Year.

    As the New Year approaches, can you reveal what have been revealed to you particularly as the nation prepares for another general elections ?

    You see, in this country, many people do not want to hear the truth. To start with, God has revealed to me that there may not be elections next year because in 2015, we are going to witness one of the worst political assassinations in Nigeria. God further informed me that the South West geo-political zone should be very careful so that the region would not be thrown into another era of wild, wild west because I saw political assassinations everywhere. I also saw some people in masks who were killing people everywhere. Specifically, between now and January, the country will witness one of the worst eras of bloodshed in its history. And if at all there will be elections next year in Nigeria, the seat of the president is not vacant.

    Can you tell us what you mean by saying that the seat of the president is not vacant

    God has revealed to me that if at all there is going to be presidential election, it will be inconclusive just like (the June 12,) that we had during the time of the late Chief MKO Abiola who flew the flag of the Social Democratic Party under the military administration of General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida…Read More

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