Why Primate Ayodele will remain relevant besides being a prophet
By Collins Nkwocha
Primate Babatunde Ayodele is a prophet that has made a magnanimous impact in the world of prophecy; there’s rarely any major event that happened in Nigeria and the world at large that he wouldn’t prophesy. He was not added to the top as a prophet, what gave him the fame he has today is the fulfilment of some stunning and unimaginable prophecies.
The death of Kudirat Abiola and the death of Abacha were some of the stunning prophecies that brought him to limelight. The removal of pakistan Prime Minister, the coup in Mali, the victory of Joe Biden and many more were also FC few of his fulfilled prophecies at the global scene.
He is a friend to eminent personalities, governors, presidents of countries and other high profiled people, despite this, he remains a very humble person who does that observe protocols like people who are in his class, he is very accessible and attends to people that come to see him, even at odd hours.
One unique thing about him is that he is a philanthropist and his Philanthropic nature earned him the UN, Eminent Ambassador Of Peace Award, he has been into full-time warfare and full time dedicated humanitarian and philanthropic services as far back as 2003 when most the clerics that are flaunting today as givers have not even started their ministries.
He has trained over 10000 thousand Students in the university through his scholarship schemes, empowered and funded over 5000 thousand by providing employment or a reliable means of livelihood, giving out tricycles, cash empowerment to start businesses, and giving out equipment such as sewing machines, hairdryers, various tools for work and others. He funds schools by providing books for students and equipment for hospitals. He gives utmost attention to the widows and the less privileged as he has free houses built for them, he is building another free house at present to enhance their comfort.
Finally, primate Ayodele is one of the few clerics that supported their members during the first surge of the coronavirus pandemic, he was giving out food on daily basis, it is important to note that the pandemic compelled other clerics to give as well.
He has been giving a lot to the less privileged on regular basis, feeding the widows, the needy and the vulnerable even before the surge of the virus. He is not among the servants of God that will “drain you of your last kobo in the name of God”, he will rather spend his money to ensure your comfort. The pandemic isn’t that over in Nigeria, most clerics have stopped giving while he hasn’t stopped, he still gives because he will continue to give because he is a true father.