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2023 Presidency: Ifa Priest Makes Scary Predictions About Tinubu

Amid speculations making the rounds that Asiwaju Bola Tinubu is Nursing the ambition for the 2023 Presidency, an Ifa Priest, Augustine Bola Adegunloye, has made scary predictions about the former Lagos State governor.

The traditional priest, also known as Egbeji Ologun, cautioned Tinubu against contesting for the forthcoming Presidency. He revealed that he told Moshood Kashimawo Abiola to not run for President in 1993, but the late businessman defied his warning.

However, the seer stated that Tinubu should learn from the late Abiola to not share his fate by ending up in prison.

In a viral video, the Ifa priest made the predictions while reacting to the political ambition of the National leader of the APC of ruling Nigeria. He recounted how the late Abiola mocked him when he told him not to contest.

The seer noted that he went to Abiola’s office personally to warn him against vying for Presidency, adding that the late politician described him as a hunger-stricken herbalist and gave him twenty-five-thousand naira.

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2023 Presidency: Ifa Priest Makes Scary Predictions About Tinubu
Ifa Traditional Priest, Augustine Bola Adegunloye, also known as Egbeji Ologun.

You will recall that a group known as the Disciples of Jagaban has threatened to sue Tinubu, as Politicians and Political parties in different parts of Nigeria gear up for the 2023 Presidency.

The group threatened to sue the former governor if he fails to declare interest in the 2023 presidency. The group is a merger of twelve political and socio-cultural groups working towards the actualisation of Tinubu’s presidency come 2023.

The National President of the Disciples of Jagaban, Comrade Abdulhakeem Alawuje, described Tinubu as the most qualified politician to vie for the 2023 presidency.

Alawuje, who described Tinubu as the only trusted politician capable of building on the legacies of President Muhammadu Buhari, said the group would not hesitate to institute a suit to compel him to vie for the presidency.

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