Many sad occurrences in the world could have been avoided if leaders of nations show commitment to preventing and making efforts to ensure they don’t happen.
One of the intentional moves they can make is listening to warnings and revelations, especially from confirmed men of God.
Unfortunately, world leaders turned a deaf ear when popular Nigerian man of God, Primate Elijah Ayodele severally warned them concerning Sudan. The man of God who is known for his revelations about countries across the world mentioned it severally that he foresees tension in Sudan and that if world leaders don’t work towards preventing it, many lives will be lost and instability will abound in the country.
How World Leaders Severally Ignored Primate Ayodele’s Warnings On Sudan Crisis
One of the several times Primate Ayodele mentioned it was in February 2022 in a statement signed by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin. The man of God revealed that there will be a shocking change of government in the country and that rebels will begin to cause instability as a result of the present government’s inability to fulfil agreements.
These were his words; “there will be a change of government in the country which will shock the present administration. They should work on so many contending issues. The government should also fulfil the agreement with the rebels otherwise there will be instability in the country.
Again in 2022 during a live service at his church, He stated in a video shared on his social media page that Sudan will go through a coup situation in the coming days and this can only be averted if world leaders work together to prevent it.
These were his words; “the fact remains that if care isn’t taken, there will be another coup in Sudan because there will no peace. There is no amount of ceasefire, consultation that will stop this until the present junta is removed. The people want a democratic system of government and they will continue to fight until the Junta leaves. World leaders should quickly intervene because it will continue to cause more political crises, killings, protests and there will be no peace.
Just As The Man Of God Said, The Situation Currently Happening In Sudan Between The Juntas and The Government Of The Country Has Confirmed The Fulfilment of Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy. Sudan’s air force bombed Khartoum, the capital, yesterday as the military fought back against an apparent coup attempt by a powerful paramilitary force following weeks of escalating tensions.
The Rapid Support Forces (RSF), which accused the army of attacking first, said it had seized the presidential palace, the home of the head of the army, and Khartoum’s international airport.
At least three people were killed and dozens more injured in clashes, a doctors’ group said, as the RSF and military fought street battles after talks between rival military leaders over a power-sharing plan with civilians broke down. In recent weeks, Gen Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the head of the military, and Lieut. Gen Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, the leader of the RSF, have been manoeuvring their forces as they vie for power after a deadline to hand power to a civilian government expired.
A Saudi Arabian Airlines plane at Khartoum airport came under fire during clashes, the state-owned carrier said. It said it had suspended flights to and from Sudan until further notice. Egypt’s national airline, Egypt Air, suspended flights to Khartoum for 72 hours. The army said the RSF had tried to attack its troops in several positions.
The RSF, which analysts say is 100,000 strong, said its forces were attacked first by the army, which had surrounded one of its bases and opened fire with heavy weapons.
Fulfilling his prophecy, The Sudanese military and a powerful paramilitary group battled for control of the chaos-stricken nation for a second day Sunday, signalling they were unwilling to end hostilities despite mounting diplomatic pressure to cease fire.
Heavy fighting involving armoured vehicles, truck-mounted machine guns, and war planes raged Sunday in the capital of Khartoum, the adjoining city of Omdurman, and in flashpoints across the country. The rival forces are believed to have tens of thousands of fighters each in the capital alone.
At least 56 civilians were reported killed, including three employees of the U.N. food agency. The Sudan Doctors’ Syndicate said it believed there were dozens of additional deaths among the rival forces. It said close to 600 people were wounded, including civilians and fighters.
The warnings of the man of God regarding the nation of Sudan has just been fulfilled due to the negligence of world leaders. The situation can be best described as a coup because it is aimed at ousting the current president.
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