The Founder and General Overseer of INRI Evangelical spiritual church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has once again proven that God is interested in every sector of life, even the tiniest part.
Eye9ja earlier reports that some of Primate Ayodele’ss top prophecies about the sports sector have just been fulfilled with the victory of Amaju Pinnick and South African Patrice Motsepe in becoming a member of the FIFA council and CAF President respectively.
2021 Prophecy: Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy On Pinnick, Motsepe Comes To Pass
Recall Primate Ayodele weeks back organized prayer for Amaju Pinnick after asking Nigerians to support him in his bid to become a member of the FIFA Council. No doubt, his prayers have been answered with the victory of Amaju Pinnick in the election held today March 12, 2021.
Also, On South Africa’s Patrice Motsepe, Primate Ayodele revealed that he has in good standing to become the CAF President, and all he needs is a strategy to win.
His Prophecy reads in part; ‘There’s no credible candidate who can stand Motsepe. The South African will perform so well and help sports in Africa. It has been ordained that Patrice will turn out to be a very great representative for Africa.
“Pinnick however, will gain fame in the world of sports. There will be a conspiracy and gang up against him that God will abort for him.
“On the day of the election, some candidate will step down for Patrice. The NFF president has said he will help Patrice to the CAF presidency and African sport will be well organized.
As God will have it, Patrice Motsepe was crowned the CAF President today after his opponents stepped down for him.
Meanwhile, in a series of 2021 prophecies made available to AllNews Nigeria, Primate Ayodele warned that CAF must be careful not to have trouble after the emergence of a new head.
He said; “They must be careful not to have troubles and apart from this CAF will face some difficult times. CAF must pray not to lose an ex-official member. There will be a new head of affairs in CAF. And of course, CAF will seriously tackle some issues about players’ indiscipline, irregularities, and misbehaviour”.
“Some clubs will take CAF to court. They will protest against CAF policies. CAF will improve soccer in Africa. CAF should pray not to lose anybody”.