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‘Your prophecies not from God’ – Nnamdi Kanu’s family issues stern warning to Primate Ayodele

The Leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has been asked to steer clear of the case of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.

Kanu’s younger brother, Kanunta Kanu, gave the warning in a statement on Sunday while reacting to a supposed prophecy recently released by the clergy regarding Kanu’s continuous incarceration by the Department of State Services, DSS.

News360 Info recalls that Primate Ayodele, during the launch of his 30th “Warning to the Nations” at his church in Lagos, said that “Kanu should beg the government before he is released or else he will die in jail.”

However, piqued by the comment, Kanu’s family asked the clergy to focus on his church and stop making provocative utterances against their son.

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The family claimed that Ayodele’s prophecies have nothing to do with God, asking the clergy to stop using their son’s name “to seek public attention and draw traffic.”

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According to the statement, the “God whose mouthpiece Ayodele is claiming to be is a God of justice who does not punish the innocent.”

“Ayodele should be courageous enough to tell the world what God said about the murderous invasion of our family home that resulted in the death of our parents and the murder of 28 other innocent visitors to our home.

The righteous God I know cannot count the masterminds of this atrocity guiltless and hold their victims accountable,” the statement added.

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