Tinubu’s call of Emilokan’s spirit, according to the spiritual leader, is no little issue. It is an act with tremendous spiritual ramifications that people should ponder and take seriously in the context of the presidential election and beyond.
The leader of the INRI Evangelical spiritual church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has responded to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s recent statement regarding his invocation of the spirit of Emilokan during the past presidential election.
The spiritual leader addressed the significance of the president’s statements during a book launch and press conference, noting that they have a much deeper meaning than meets the eye.
In his words… “When somebody says Emilokan, you may be thinking that he is just saying that for mere sake, but we that know, know that this is spiritual. We know that Tinubu’s victory is not just politics, it’s more of spiritual, and he confirms it by himself”
According to Primate Elijah Ayodele, individuals like himself understand the immense strength and power behind the words Tinubu has been using. He emphasized that these words are not mere utterances, but rather carry a profound spiritual weight that is often underestimated or overlooked by the general public.
The spiritual leader explained that although some may perceive Tinubu’s repeated use of the phrase as a casual expression, there is a far greater significance attached to it. He suggested that people are unaware of the spiritual implications and depths associated with invoking the spirit of Emilokan.
By highlighting the spiritual nature of Tinubu’s words, Primate Elijah Ayodele aimed to shed light on the deeper layers of meaning behind the president’s statement. He indicated that those unfamiliar with the spiritual realm might fail to recognize the gravity and implications of invoking a powerful spirit like Emilokan.