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2023: Primate Ayodele tells Wike position to aspire for, says presidency out of his reach

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2023: Primate Ayodele tells Wike position to aspire for, says presidency out of his reach

Primate Ayodele tells Wike to shelve his presidential ambition

The Leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, says Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State ambition to become Nigeria’s president is a pipe dream.

The cleric said wike can’t become Nigeria’s president, adding that it would be better if Wike took a shot at the office of the vice president.

The admonition was contained in statement issued and signed by primate Ayodele media aide, Osho Oluwatosin, on Tuesday.

He warned the governor not to waste his resources but he should rather pitch his tent with a candidate he can serve as his deputy

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According to Ayodele: ‘’Governor Wike cannot become the president of Nigeria, he should pursue a vice president slot, he should not waste money and energy rather, he should support a presidential candidate that he can deputize.’’

He also warned the governor not to become an impediment to the better future God has for him. He noted that Wike needs to remain in public consciousness by finding his way into the system but not through the presidency

“Try not to shoot yourself in the leg because of what you want to become in the PDP, take it easy, all power belongs to God, only Him can give you power, God has a better future for you but don’t hinder yourself,” he said.

‘’I’m not saying you should take my words, that’s what God has revealed to me, you need to get into the system so you won’t be a forgotten entity but not through the presidency. God will help you, He has promised you but don’t be the reason for those promises not to be kept, seek God’s face more.’’