The Leader Of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has revealed who the next prime minister of the United Kingdom would be. This is coming some days after the incumbent PM, Boris Johnson resigned.
During an interview session at the launch of his annual prophecy book titled Warnings To The Nations on Saturday, 9th Of July, 2022, Primate Ayodele made it known that God has anointed Rishi Sunak to succeed Boris Johnson as the next prime minister of the United Kingdom.
There are several UK politicians vying for the position of the prime minister that include Rishi Sunak, Liz Truss, Penny Mordaunt, Sajid Javid, Nadhim Zahawi, Grant Shapps, Jeremy Hunt, Suella Braverman, Kemi Badenoch, among a host of many others but according to Primate Ayodele, God has chosen Rishi Sunak to succeed Boris Johnson.
The man of God also added that the United Kingdom will go back to the European Union under the administration of Rishi Sunak.
‘’Rishi Sunak has been ordained by God to become the next Prime minister of the United Kingdom, God has anointed him to take over the baton from Boris Johnson. Under his administration, I see efforts for the United Kingdom to return to European Union’’
It would be recalled that Primate Elijah Ayodele was the Nigerian prophet who foresaw the emergence of Boris Johnson as the prime minister of the United Kingdom, also foretold the resignation of the UK Prime minister.
Also, before the emergence of Joe Biden as the US President, Primate Ayodele already told the Democratic Party to give him the ticket if they want to unseat Donald Trump and after he emerged as the party’s candidate, Primate Ayodele still advised Biden to choose Kamala Haris as his running mate for his victory to be assured. Just as he said, the prophecy came to pass despite the fact that all odds were against Biden.
There are several instances internationally where the prophecy of Primate Ayodele has played out exactly the way he put them and obviously, who becomes the next prime minister of the United Kingdom will not be a difference.