‘Buhari Will Not Die, But Will Not Return As President In 2019’ – Abuja-Based Prophet

A Nigerian cleric has prophesied that ailing President Muhammadu Buhari will not die but will not be re-elected as president in 2019.
Bishop Solomon Koleayo, a prophet, gave this prophecy at a deliverance and prophecy service on Sunday morning, June 19, 2016 in Abuja.
President Buhari returned to Nigeria in the evening of same day to presidential fanfare. He reportedly challenged a journalist to a wrestling bout. “I am taller than you, do you want to wrestle me?” He asked a journalist at the Abuja airport.
According to Bishop Koleayo, the Nigerian president is “surrounded by evil men who don’t like him”. He said that many of Buhari’s cabinet members will betray him. “Buhari’s ministers are the ones destabilising the government and confusing the president,” the popular prophet said.
Koleayo is founder and president of Abuja-based Diamond Life Ministries Inc. His ministry is known for healing, prophecies, and signs and wonders. ‘The Prophet of Solution’, as Koleayo is often called is known for his prophecies and has the gift to tell people their past, present, and future.

An Ailing President Buhari
The president has, reportedly, been diagnosed of brain and ear cancer by London doctors.
A reliable source in the presidency confirmed to The Trent that the President Buhari had received a cancer diagnosis and UK specialists had recommended surgery to remove the cancer. However, the president is reluctant to undergo a surgery for fear of being out of office for up to 6 months, the recuperating period.
Controversial Roman Catholic priest, Reverend Father Ejike ‎Mbaka claims he saw a vision of Buhari’s illness and said chances of healing is slim. He made this revelation at one of his miracle ministries programmes in Enugu.
Father Mbaka complained that several efforts he made to reach people close to Buhari over the vision had remained unsuccessful as they refused picking his calls.
The presidency remains silent on the cancer diagnosis, reportedly on the orders of Buhari who says that “it will only be a distraction”.
Meanwhile, the Nigerian presidency insists that Buhari is not sick.

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