Wike, Nnamdi Kanu, Sanusi, Igboho, and Tompolo have all been named in a new prophecy by Apostle Paul Okikijesu.
Apostle Paul Okikijesu of the Christ Apostolic Miracle Ministry has issued a series of prophecies regarding Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, Nnamdi Kanu of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, former Emir of Kano State, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, a former Niger Delta militant leader, and Tompolo Sunday Ighoho.
While warning Governor Wike against inciting unrest with his words and acts, the cleric also stated that Igboho, Kanu, Sanusi, and Tompolo might be assassinated.
He also alleged that some powerful people were plotting to destabilize Wike’s leadership and the state’s economy.
“Thus says the Lord: inform the Governor, whose name is Wike not to foment trouble or commotion; instead, he should be filled with the wisdom during this period,” he said.
“He should also be filled with the understanding of I the Lord; because the people that he underestimated may cause his downfall at any time.
“He should put his trust completely in I the Lord, and be cautious about his speeches/statements during this period. Satan is making plans to ruin his government and certain powerful people are making efforts to destabilize his journey.
“They are plotting to destroy the economy of his State; so he should be filled with wisdom, and also utilize the wisdom of the religious advisers during this period.”
“Certain persons from ECOWAS and the UN are inflaming these cases,” he added, referring to Kanu and Sunday Igboho.
“If I the Lord passes through the countries wherever they are kept, I the Lord will reveal Myself to the Presidents of such countries and the lawyers; just like how I revealed Myself to Pontius Pilate through vision.
“I have previously sent messages for people to pray for Nnamdi Kanu, Sunday Igboho, Sanusi Lamido and Tompolo; so that they will not be arrested and killed. Some people said that the prophet that delivered My messages is talking rubbish.”
Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho are currently being held in jail in Benin and Nigeria, respectively.
While Nnamdi Kanu was apprehended in Kenya, brought back to Nigeria, and held in the Department of State Services’ custody, Sunday Igboho was apprehended in Benin Republic as he attempted to flee Nigeria after being declared wanted.