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In the history of France, it is on record that no president has gotten a second term in office no matter how good their term is, at least in the last twenty years. Considering that, here in France, we were very sure President Emmanuel Macron would not get a second term in office even though he had a good first term.


It was even surprising to most of us when we saw the prophecy of Popular Nigerian prophet, Primate Elijah Ayodele few days before Sunday, 10th Of April when the first round of election was held. In his prophecy, he said Emmanuel Macron would get a second term in office.


These were his words


“President Macron will win his second term ambition as the president of France. His youthful age and experience will be at great advantage for him. I don’t see anyone matching his qualities in the contest, he will win.” (


In our minds, we felt Primate Ayodele is a Nigerian and is unaware of the political situation in France, many didn’t see his prophecy as important as we thought he was only looking for attention or publicity.


To our surprise, when the second round of election was held yesterday with Emmanuel Macron winning a second term in office, we were dumbfounded and left with questions on How did this prophet know? Who told him? How did he see this? How come those of us in France never saw it coming? Was it a guesswork?, and many more because it’s indeed a mystery that Emmanuel Macron won the election, and more mysterious that a Nigerian-based prophet foretold it before it happened.


Of course, we read about Primate Ayodele a lot because he is a global prophet, it doesn’t matter one like him or not, his popularity will make one listen to him even if you don’t want to and as a result of this, we have heard several prophecies of his about nations around the world. We always wonder how he gets to know about these nations despite being a Nigerian.


Indeed, the spirit of God knows everything and we believe it is that spirit that tells Primate Elijah Ayodele these things about nations around the world.


While we congratulate Emmanuel Macron as he gets a second term, we celebrate Primate Ayodele as a true man of God who speaks according to the directive of the Holy Spirit.

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Femi Pedro Replaces Late Kemi Nelson in GAC



A former Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Femi Pedro, has made a comeback from political oblivion and relegation. He is now back to political relevance and wielding enormous powers, at least at the state level.


At the time he was poached from the banking sector in the early 2000, where he was at that time, the Managing Director of defunct First Atlantic Bank, to be Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s deputy in Lagos, he wielded some degree of power and was naturally courted by many who requested one favour or the other from him. But that wasn’t for long as no sooner had he tasted power than he began to tussle with his benefactor over his choice of successor in the twilight of his boss’ administration.


Pedro wanted to succeed his boss but the latter didn’t think he was the right man for the job. In anger, he began to throw tantrums, resigned and moved to another party, hoping to fulfill his ambition. Unfortunately, things didn’t quite work out as he wanted and that was the beginning of his end.


The Lagos State House of Assembly naturally decided to impeach him for alleged gross misconduct and subsequent forfeiture of all his entitlements as Deputy Governor of Lagos State. He suffered badly for seven years for his political miscalculation. He became relegated in the scheme of things. After some soul searching, he swallowed his pride and went back to his boss when he couldn’t remedy his situation. He was accepted back albeit, warily. He had to prove his loyalty and after a few tests he passed.


First, he got a pardon from the State House of Assembly orchestrated by his former boss, for his impeachment. This was after the House considered his plea to be forgiven in a letter he wrote them in 2015. Then he was given a federal appointment, as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN), courtesy of the influence of his former boss. To further restore his political relevance, he was recently appointed to the Council of the Governor’s Advisory Council, GAC, the highest decision-making body of the All Progressives Congress in Lagos State.


His appointment may likely be a replacement to the vacant position of the late former women leader in South West APC, Kemi Nelson who was a commissioner during Tinubu’s tenure as governor. Until her death weeks ago, she was the only female in GAC, a position she earned due to her closeness to Tinubu and her immense contributions to the party in Lagos State. With Pedro’s appointment, one can rightly say that he is back to political reckoning.

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Breaking: Lagos Assembly Passes Victim, Witnesses Protection Bill



The Lagos State House of Assembly on Thursday passed a bill to protect witnesses and victims in the state.


The ‘bill for a law to provide for the rights and entitlements of victims and protection of witnesses and for connected purposes’ was passed during plenary presided over by the Speaker of the House, Rt. Hon. (Dr.) Mudashiru Obasa.


The bill stipulates provision of assistance and protection to victims and witnesses who have vital information that could help ensure effective prosecution of cases, but who face intimidation due to their cooperation with the prosecution or law enforcement agencies.


A part of the bill further states: “Every person, including security agents shall render assistance to victims of accidents or crimes and ensure that such persons are taken to the nearest hospital for immediate

care and treatment.


“A public or private hospital shall provide immediate and adequate treatment to an accident victim or any person with gunshot and severe injuries or wounds.”


It stipulates a fine for any medical facility that fails to comply with the related section of the bill.


“A private hospital that receives accident victims with severe injuries or wounds for treatment under this section must inform the agency within Forty-Eight (48) hours of his admission, and forward a request for reimbursement of medical expenses where family members or relations cannot be identified or where the victim is indigent, and subject to the approval of the request by the agency, it shall forward records of the treatment to the agency,” the bill states.


With the bill scaling a third reading during plenary, the Speaker directed the Clerk of the House, Barr. Olalekan Onafeko, to send a clean copy to the Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, for his assent.

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