There is no denying the fact that Nigeria’s economic situation is getting worse each day as the dollar rate has remained on the high side while prices of essential commodities have increased dramatically.
Interestingly, Nigeria’s economy has never been this bad. The Naira has lost its value against other notable currencies in the world which is of course unhealthy for the nation’s purchasing power.
With the economic crisis, one would agree that except there is divine intervention, the economy is on the verge of total collapse because the signs are written all over with the continuous increase in dollar rate, high prices of essential commodities and many others.
Before now, famous seer, Primate Elijah Ayodele of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church had called the attention of President Muhammadu Buhari concerning this matter.
Five months ago, Primate Ayodele released a statement that the Nigerian economy will shut down in 32 weeks. He didn’t just say this, he made this statement to warn President Buhari and also to advise him on what to do in order to prevent the economy from shutting down.
Primate Ayodele gave some spiritual advice to the President and told him to come up with a strong economic team in order to prevent this. He also talked about bringing back subsidy instead of removing it completely but was his advise followed? NO!
The man of God also disclosed that President Buhari will request for a brutal loan which will cause more havoc to the economy and we could see this happening when President Buhari on Wednesday, September 14, 2021 wrote to the National Assembly for approval to borrow another $4 billion, €710 million which will make the country’s debt to be N2.2 trillion.
These were the words of Primate Ayodele; “If the government of Nigeria doesn’t do the right thing about the economy, Nigeria’s economy may shut down in the next 32 weeks.”
“This will affect Central Bank, NNPC and the revenues.”
“Government must come out with a very strong economic team in order to curb another economic pandemic that will even affect banks, government, salaries of the workers and pensioners.”
“Nigeria will be on a brutal loan, there will be so much loan, they must review subsidy, and bringing back subsidy will help Nigeria’s economic to grow than removing the subsidy completely.”