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Olumba Obu: 8-year Tenure For Buhari


Prophet Olumba says Buhari will rule Nigeria for two terms

– He prophesied that attempts will be made on the president but he would survive

– He say Buhari has a task to fulfill

Popular prophet, Olumba Olumba Obu has prophesied that President Muhammadu Buhari is going to rule Nigeria till 2023.

President Buhari who is serving his first term in office has is likely to be the flag bearer of the All Progressives Congress (APC) during 2019 general elections and the prophet has predicted that Buhari will win.

Daily Trust reports that the spiritual leader of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star made this prediction to a crowd in Calabar, Cross River State, during an international youth event which was tagged: ‘Respecting Authorities and Higher Powers’

Olumba said that aggrieved persons would seek to eliminate the president due to his stance but that the president would not be harmed as he would survive the attempt to fulfil his task.

He said: “For now, which leader in Nigeria would people be afraid of, to the extent of coming up by themselves to return stolen money?”

“I can assure that despite the millions of money people are spending, including going diabolical, to kill the president, they will not succeed and he will not be harmed. He will certainly complete his eight years in office.
“Buhari has a special task to accomplish in Nigeria at these times.”

Meanwhile, President Buhari said 31 years ago he was removed from office because he was planning to purge the military hierarchy of corruption.

Buhari, who has not spared the military even in his ongoing anti-corruption war, said senior military leaders, led by former military president, General Ibrahim Babangida and General Aliyu Gusau, removed him in August 1985, to save themselves from his wrath.
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