There was jubilation on Sunday and praise by members of the New World Apostolic Miracle Church, over the fulfillment of the prophecy by the General Overseer, Apostle Elijah E. Eyo aka Odudu I who gave a word of knowledge during a tarry meeting on Friday, January 27, 2023, that God has revealed to him that President Muhammadu Buhari will ask the CBN to extend the exercise to help the people in the rural and riverine communities who may encounter difficulties in swaping their old naira notes.
Also, the extension period for the collection of PVC BY INEC was foretold by the clergy. And fielding questions from newsmen at the church, Apostle Eyo referencing Habakkuk 2:3, “For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end, it shall speak and not lie, though it tarries, wait for it, because it will surely come, it will not tarry” said though the current fuel scarcity is caused by some technical hitches in the supply chain but would normalize before the general elections to enable people to travel to cast their ballots.
It would be recalled that prophet Odudu I predicted the emergence of Peter Obi as a potential presidential candidate before the party primaries at the church Easter Convention in 2022 and the dethronement of the Paramount Ruler of Calabar South Local Government Area, Prof. Itam Hogan which all came to pass.
He had a word for the Cross River State Governor, Senator (Prof.) Ben Ayade to seek the face of God to enable him to scale the hurdle in the Northern Cross River Senatorial elections as it shall be very tough for him to win the elections without blood-shed on the platform of the APC candidate.
President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the request by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for the extension of the deadline for swapping the old Naira notes to February 10th against the former January 31st deadline for the exchange of old Naira notes of N200, N500, N1,000 new ones.
The New World Apostolic Miracle Church is located at 9 Musaha street off Yellow Duke Street in Calabar South Local Government Area of Cross River State.
By: Archibong Emmanuel