Pastor Ashimolowo – God Has Told Me Who Will Be Nigeria’s Next President

If you can’t wait till the 14th of February to know who the new Nigerian president will be, then you should contact KICC’s Pastor Ashimolowo – he’s got the answer!

In a recent chat with Sun Newspaper, Matthew Ashimolowo, the Senior Pastor of Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) in London talked about the fate that beholds Nigeria in 2015.“For Nigeria, the Lord showed me, who will win the election. I will not men­tion his name, because I have to be politically neutral.

But when the president’s name is an­nounced, 20 percent of a certain part of the nation will not agree. Eventually, after ne­gotiation they will. We will agree that we’re one.”

He further assured that Nigeria will not split.
“Anyone who incites people to di­vide this nation will lose his chance. Nigeria will remain one. After all the noise, you will be amazed that also some politicians will be shocked, nobody will be ready to die for them. There will be peace in Nigeria after the elec­tion. I see a man who will one day rise, but I don’t know when, I don’t think it’s up to 10 years though. He will turn the fortunes of Ni­geria round. Nigeria will look like one of these advancing nations like United Arab Emirates , India, and China. That is how Nigeria will be.”

On Boko Haram, the happily married father of two said “Boko Haram is a snake with many heads. We are cutting one head, which is why the other head shows up. If you know the hydras in the story of Hercules, every time the head of that snake was cut, two heads grew there. We need a robust approach. Boko Haram will still be around but we need a robust approach. We need to deal with fifth columnists in the sys­tem who are empowering them.

I am 62 years old. I was born in the barracks and I know when Nigeria fought the civil war. My father fought the war too. In fact, he died in Biafra. He died by the Asaba bridge. But I can tell you, in Nigeria, there were only five battalions when Nigeria fought the three-year civil war and yet the war came to an end. It was mas­sive. How can you fight a bunch of riff-raffs with the army and they hold you to ransom? Fifth columnists are selling Nigeria to them, giving them petrol, money and ammunition. As my mother used to say, when a child keeps throwing stones and he’s not exhausted, there is a supplier in the corner. But our prayer should be that our government will be bold enough to indict the fifth columnists, either inside the system or outside the system,” he quipped.

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