As Nigerians are expected to throng various polling units on Saturday, April 11, 2015 to exercise their civic responsibility, Prophet Hephzibah, popularly known as ‘Baba Peculiar’ has revealed who Lagos State next governor will be.
Speaking with Daily Independent correspondent at the Igando branch of the Peculiar Church, prophet Hephzibah revealed that the gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Jimi Agbaje will emerge as the next governor of Lagos.
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The clergyman said the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), may want to overrule in seeing that Agbaje does not win the governorship election.
“This election that is coming on Saturday may God intervene, what happened at Abuja may cause another thing now. APC may lose; APC will try their possible best with all their power and strength to have Lagos but is not in the plan. That is what is going to cause many things if care is not taken but if things are allowed to go rightly, Agbaje is supposed to be the governor but may God help us, because that is why I said we have never seen anything,” he said.
Prophet Hephzibah further hinted that if APC want to have Lagos by force whatever that comes up from such development would be experienced by everybody.
“That is why I said we have not seen anything yet. Whatever God says will come to pass, I did not call you here to elevate Baba Peculiar, and a prophet is someone that can tell the truth without fear, so I am not scared of dying for I can only die once,” he said.
During the presidential election, several alleged men of God predicted President Goodluck Jonathan as the winner of the polls, but unfortunately, General Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressive Congress (APC) emerged the winner,
Bishop David Oyedepo recently spoke about the forthcoming elections in Nigeria, giving an insight into what will happen as the elections drew nearer then.
A Ghanaian pastor, Apostle B.B. Frederick also made his own revelations known concerning the 2015 elections and what would happen to President Goodluck Jonathan in his re-election bid.