Monday, November 12, 2018

Prophet Olu-Alo, 2019 election won’t produce President Nigerians desire

Nigerians have been told to look beyond the 2019 general election for the much desired leader who will turn around the fortunes of the country.

The founder of Christ Apostolic Church Adamimogo Outreach, Prophet Sam Olu Alo stated this while declaring that next year will mark the beginning of good things to come for the country.

He said the February 2019 presidential poll may not produce the Messiah Nigerians have been longing for.

The cleric admonished the people to ask for God’s mercy as they launched into the new year.

Prophet Olu Alo stated while ministering at a four-day open air crusade with the themed “deliverance from the battle of blood”.

The well-attended crusade was held at a branch of the outreach (Power House) at Ogombo, Ajah Lagos.

The Prophet, who is also the minister-in-charge of the CAC Mount of Mercy prayer mountain, Erio-Ekiti, said God told him that the election would not produce the Messiah that would bring an end to the myriads of challenges facing the country.

He, however, said that the outcome of the poll would be a significant step to a positive reorganisation and betterment to come.

“God said to me that Nigeria 2019 presidential election will not produce the Messiah that will put an end to the troubles and challenges facing the country, but it will be a significant step to a positive reorganisation and betterment to come,” he said.

Ministers at Ogombo crusade are: Prophet Olutope Adeyemo Ikoyi Prayer Mountain, Pastor Julius Otolorin G.M.P.M Akure, Pastor Ola- Adura GMPM Ikotun, Lagos, Prophet Asonibare GMPM power House Ogombo, Pastor Segun Oyebola Lagos, Prophet Borode Ado Ekiti, Prophet Akin Fasawe Lagos.
Others are: Lady Evangelist Esther Igbekele, Evangelist Elijah Akintunde a.k.a Olorun KO so be, Lady Evangelist Tolu Adelegan, Lady Evang Titi Aremu, Evangelist Olanrewaju Adebayo Omoadaniwaye, Lady Evangelist Yemi Adeola and Evangelist Temitope Aladewura Eje Jesu ministered in songs during the revival.

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