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Zimbabwe Elections: The President “will Win the Election by all Means,’’ but for How Long?

Primate Elijah Ayodele, the leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, in Nigeria, and Pastor Ian Ndlovu, of the Divine Kingdom Baptist in...

Primate Elijah Ayodele, the leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, in Nigeria, and Pastor Ian Ndlovu, of the Divine Kingdom Baptist in Bulawayo, have both issued similar prophecies on the forthcoming presidential elections in Zimbabwe, scheduled for the 23rd August. 

In a statement signed by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin, Primate Ayodele revealed that the president of Zimbabwe will retain his seat, but not through the right means. He explained that the president will employ legal and illegal means to ensure he wins the election.

For the opposition, Primate Ayodele stated that they are only wasting money because nothing good will come out of the election for them. However, he warned the president to be prayerful and watchful against the anger of military forces in the country.

“In Zimbabwe, the president will try everything, including legal and illegal processes, to win the election. He will win the election by all means. He will frustrate the opposition, and there will be rigging in the election.

“The opposition is just wasting money, it’s only God that can make them win. The president has every plan to retain power at all costs, I don’t see anything coming out for the opposition. The president should keep his military forces intact. I see the military getting angry.’’
Zimbabwe Elections: The President “will Win the Election by all Means,’’ but for How Long? 

Pastor Ndlovu, known for issuing accurate prophecies regarding world events, has also said, the current president will retain his seat, but may fail to finish his 5-year constitutional term, after whet he called the “prophetic one week’’ has expired.   

In a YouTube post, three weeks ago titled: God has remembered Zimbabwe, he stated that the southern African nation is like a Kingdom. “This year, there are people who keep asking me that, Pastor Ian Ndlovu, why are you not saying something about elections. You want me to keep repeating myself that Zimbabwe is a kingdom, so what else do you want me to say?  

“That one is generic prophecy, until further notice. In a country like this, if you see millions of people trying to make a decision, there is no decision which they will make. In a county like this one, leadership is decided by a very few powerful people.’’    

In his message, he mentioned that Eretria, Uganda and Zimbabwe are some of the Kingdoms in Africa, which from the outside might appear as democracies. “We must pray so that people don't die unnecessarily. Zimbabwe is not a democracy, its a Kingdom. My concern is what will happen in 2025, in the vision, when the prophetic one week will be lapsing. 

“There will be changes in this country, and the changes will not be related to elections. There are people who will retire from the military, and these will participate in civilian politics. Changes will happen, and they will be very fast.’’        

In the Central African Republic, according to the Daily Post, Primate Ayodele stated that the president will do everything possible to be backed up for the referendum. He warned him to pray for his health and coup in the country.

“The president of the Central African Republic will do anything to ensure they back him up in the referendum. He must pray for his health and pray against a coup in the country.’’

In South Sudan, Primate Ayodele called on President Salva Kiir to be careful against attacks on his health. He urged him to pray against being bereaved while stating that there will be a crisis in his cabinet.

“On the election, the prophet stated that the first vice president, Riek Machar, could cause an upset in the president’s ambition. The prophet made it known that if Machar declares his intention to run for office, some forces will dump the incumbent president and support him.

“South Sudan President, Salva Kiir must be careful not to be attacked by health challenges and not to be bereaved. There will be a crisis in his cabinet.

“If the first vice president, Riek Machar, declares his intention or shows interest in the presidential race, Salva Kiir will not find it easy in the election and will be dumped for the first vice president by some forces.

“The president must seek God’s face because there is a plan to attack him. The people will disappoint the president, and there will be ethnic and religious interference in the election.’’ On Sudan, Ayodele said only death of the leaders of the two warring groups or the military junta could end the crisis.

‘’Sudan matter isn’t going to be easy, the two groups will fight till one of the leaders dies. Despite international political interference, they need God during the crisis. Until the military Junta steps down, the rebels will continue to fight. They must agree before peace can come to Sudan,” he said. - Online Sources 

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