Ahead of 2023 presidential elections, Lagos-based cleric, His Grace, Prophet Ekong Ituen, has released prophecies of national concern, saying Nigeria’s next president will shock Nigerians as he has a revelation by the leading of the Holy Spirit on who may likely emerge as next president of Nigeria.
It is on record that since the return of democracy in1999, God has been using Prophet Ituen to announce who the president would be at any given election.
As earlier predicted, Ituen advised the ruling party “The ruling party APC needs total repackaging to win 2023 presidential election; they should put their house in order as there is internal crisis ahead. I foresee conflict of interests within the hierarchy of the party.”
On PDP chances at 2023 presidential election. as earlier predicted, “I foresee disunity and division in the party, prominent members will defect to the ruling party before 2023 presidential election. Ituen said the problems highlighted must be attended to and also fielding an acceptable candidate. Only then can victory come”
Below are his prophecies for 2022 and beyond.
2022, a good year, better days await Nigerians. We should pray for our leaders for direction.
The second term ambition of Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State is very dicey, in my revelation, I saw a coalition being formed against him, he needs fervent prayer over betrayal.
One of the States in the country will experience natural disaster of an imaginable magnitude.
Top politicians jostling for political positions ahead of 2023 general elections are eyeing uncertainty as some of them will pass on before elections.
Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State needs divine intervention to win 2023 gubernatorial election. In my revelation, I saw him descending from a ladder which signifies defeat.
I saw an uproar in Akwa Ibom State over Governor’s choice of successor.
Nigerians should pray for IBB and ex-vice president Sambo over their health status. What I saw in my revelation calls for concern.
Attention should be given to railway infrastructure in view of insecurity in the land.
Nigerians will witness toughest election in the history of the country.