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Tinubu will put judges, lawyers in calabash — Primate Ayodele to Atiku, Peter Obi

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Tinubu'll put judges, lawyers in calabash, you can't win - Primate Ayodele to Atiku, Peter Obi

The leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, on Saturday, cautioned the presidential candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Atiku Abubakar, and Peter Obi of the Labour Party, LP, ahead of the outcome of their cases against President Bola Tinubu at the tribunal.

Primate Ayodele said Tinubu would put all the lawyers and judges in a calabash and throw it away.

Speaking in Lagos, the clergyman described Tinubu’s victory as spiritual.

According to Ayodele, Tinubu’s mantra of Emi Lokan carry’s spiritual and positive energy.

He stressed that Atiku and Obi are just wasting their time trying to unseat Tinubu.

Ayodele said: “Tinubu’s victory is more spiritual than physical, when he said ’emi lokan’, people didn’t understand. That ’emi lokan’ mantra has a lot of spiritual and positive energy.

“Atiku and Obi are not ready, they think Tinubu will just sit down and fold his hands? He (Tinubu) will put all the lawyers and judges in one calabash and throw them inside water.

“Tinubu is spiritually desperate and only God can take him out of the way. Atiku and Obi are just wasting their time, they are not ready to take the number one position.

“They are just noise makers who go on internet to rant, will the internet give them victory? Tinubu’s victory is totally spiritual.”

He also maintained that the senate under the leadership of Godswill Akpabio would be a rubber stamp.

“The Senate under Akpabio will be a rubber stamp, I don’t see anybody being serious; even the opposition will soon join the ruling party because the radical ones will be silenced,” he added.

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