Idriss Deby’s Death – Another Prophecy Come Through For Primate Ayodele

The demise of the newly elected President of Chad, Idriss Deby, has been termed another prophecy come through for popular Nigerian prophet, Primate Elijah Ayodele.

TrillerTunes had reported earlier that the Chadian president died while fighting rebels in the Sahel country. A development coming a month after the African continent mourned John Magufuli, former Tanzania president who gave up the ghost at the age of 62.

The head and Spiritual Leader of Inri Spiritual and Evangelical Church located in Oke-Afa, Isolo, Lagos, Ayodele had in one of his prophecies recently warned against the death of another African President following Magafuli’s death.

Ayodele had said that he foresees another death among African presidents, and that there is a need for them to pray against such. He made this known three weeks ago during the release of his prophecy for African countries. In the prophecy, he talked about the security sector and warned against death in African countries.

His words read: ‘In Congo, there will be a lot of security trouble. Congo will have political turmoil, there will be a gang up against the President coming back as the president, and it will be hijacked by the opposition.

– South African president will lose a prominent person in his cabinet, there will be a crisis in his party, he must handle COVID-19 well.

– Ghanaian President will finish his term without any fear of death as long as he gets closer to God.

– Africa still needs to pray so they won’t lose another president in the next one year’’

Unfortunately, this has come to pass in Chad just as Deby who was just re-elected into the office yesterday, passed away.

Primate Elijah Ayodele is known for his consistency in giving prophecies about thing to happen accurately, He is celebrated for predicting the outcome of the US Election, Edo election, Coming of Covid-19, and other notable things that have happened around the world.

TrillerTunes understands that African leaders are going through one of the hardest times in terms of insecurity, and the death of prominent people in the continent.


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