Prophet Who Prophesied Atiku’s Victory Rejects Result

Prophet Udoka Daniel Okechukwu, who prophesied that the presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Atiku Abubakar would win the 2019 presidential election, has rejected the result of the election.

Prophet Okechukwu alleged that the election was rigged to produce a result contrary to the actual outcome of the election that favoured Atiku.

Reacting to the outcome of the elections in Awka yesterday, he said the outcome of the election is not the will of God and warned that “whosoever rigged the election should be expecting the judgment of God soon.”

He continued: “We thank God for what has happened but the result by INEC is not the will of God. It is clear that Atiku is the chosen one.

Buhari is not the chosen one. What I know too well is that God is in control. It is very clear to me that Buhari never won the election,” he said.

While expressing his disgust at the outcome of the election, the prophet said that Buhari “might be above Nigerian law but he is not above the law of heaven.”

He recalled that he was the first prophet that said Buhari had not died when it was being rumoured that he had died in 2017. “I also said that Buhari will live to see the 2019 election and that if he died before the election, people should take me as a false prophet,” he said.

He said: “If God can show me the outcome of so many elections and it comes to pass but in the case of Nigeria, the contrary happened, that shows that Nigeria is a hopeless country.

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