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Mark My Words, As God Liveth By This Time Next Year Nigeria Will Be Better – Doyin Okupe

Amid the ongoing economic hardship and hunger, across the country, the Former Director General of Obi-Datti Presidential Campaign Council, Mr Doyin Okupe, has prophesied that the Nigeria will be better by this time next year, as long as the Almighty God lives.

Mr Doyin Okupe gave this declaration in a post he made on his official X handle on Saturday evening.

Mr Okupe went on and made it known that if he declares that the future of Nigeria will be better, only the enemies of Nigeria and the children of perdition will be angry and wish otherwise, noting that prophecy is a prediction about what will happen in the future.

He wrote: “Prophesy is a prediction about what will happen in future. If I prophesy that the future of Nigeria will be better than now, only enemies of Nigeria and children of perdition will be angry and wish otherwise. Mark my words as God liveth by this time next year, Nigeria will be better IJN….Sēe Morē

With All Due Respect, What You Don’t Know, You Don’t Know, Tell The People That You Don’t Know—Wike

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