A renowned Lagos cleric, Prophet (Dr.) Marcus K.O. Tibetan has predicted a landslide victory for President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the February 16 presidential election.
Prophet Tibetan disclosed this in Lagos during the launch of his book on the 2019 predictions.
Prophet Tibetan, who is the Head of Celestial Church of Christ (CCC) Elisha Parish contended that Buhari will defeat Abubakar Atiku because of the president’s performance in the last four years.
The cleric stated that since Atiku was a product of 16 years of PDP bad governance and massive corruption, there is no way the party can win the February 16 election.
While condemning the jumbo salaries and allowances being paid to members of the House of Representatives and Senators, the Cleric said Nigerian youths are very lazy and unproductive, stressing that Buhari has come to sanitize the country and rid it of corruption.
He stated that Nigeria has not got it right because of bad leadership, get rich quick syndrome and proliferation of churches and mosques.
He advised the Federal Government to close down mushroom churches and mosques in order to enhance sanity and high productivity among the people.
Speaking on the health challenges of the President, the Prophet said God revealed to him that he has changed the body parts of Buhari to enable him to complete the good work he has started.
On Nigeria being a religious nation, the Prophet disagreed, saying that despite the proliferation of churches and mosques, people do not love one another.
On allegation of votes buying by some political parties, the cleric urged Nigerians to collect their money and vote according to their conscience, adding that the election will be peaceful and devoid of violence.
The Chairman of the occasion, former President of Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), Mr. Kojo Williams commended the Prophet for always displaying the virtues of truth and integrity.
The Ex-NFF boss said many Nigerians don’t love one another, rather, he said people are crazy for wealth and other material things.
He advised Nigerians to shun wickedness, love of money but to embrace peace love one another, forgiveness and truthfulness in whatever they does.