Nigerians and indeed the world woke up this morning to the bad story that the presidential election has been postponed. It could be recalled that this was predicted by a prophet who also predicted President Jonathan exit in 2015. See details below:
The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC postpones presidential election to February 23rd. This was one of the decisions reached early Saturday morning in a meeting INEC chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, had with the 12 national commissioners in Abuja.
Addressing the media at about 2:45am, Yakubu explained that the shift was mainly due to logistics problems faced by the commission.
“Following a careful review, the commission came to the conclusion that proceeding with the elections will not be feasible”, he said. Yakubu explained that the decision was taken in order to give the nation a free, fair and credible exercise.
“Furthermore, the Governorship and State Houses of Assembly and FCT elections will hold on Saturday March 9”, the electoral commission chief added. The national elections are expected to hold at 119,973 polling units across the country while collation of results will take place in 8,809 Registration Areas or Wards, 774 Local Government Areas and 36 States and the FCT.
In 2015, the Presidential Election was shifted from February 14 to March 28th, 2015; while the Governorship and State House of Aassembly and FCT elections scheduled for 28 February were shifted to 11 April.
POSTPONEMENT HAS BEEN PREDICTED
Temitope Aduroja who predicted a loss for Goodluck Jonathan in 2015 is presently trending online following the reality of one his prophecies for 2019.
Back In January, he prophezied that the elections will not hold in February and truly it has been shifted.
HIS PROPHESY FOR YEAR 2019
1) YEAR 2019 presidential election Will not hold in February as proposed by INEC. It is going to be postponed to another month
2). 2019 Presidential election Will be tough and at the same time, it’s going to be interesting more than year 2015 election. Many dramas will begin to unfold between now till election day.
3) Northerners will shock Nigerians in the coming presidential election. The results of some Northern States will surprise many people. It’s going to be contrary to expectations cum popular belief.