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Olabayo who must be obeyed (2)
IN this second installment, as I conceived of the topic, it was my wish to concentrate fully on Primate Olabayo’s public prophecies. But I am refraining from doing so after all. The simple reason for this current posture is that the prophet of prophets and I have agreed that he should address a world press conference on the many afflictions and calamities that shall befall the land, especially those that shall beset the fat cats of the political class and their business fellow-farers. Moreover, his detractors, those I wish to call anti-Olabayo fanatics, will hear what the Lord of Hosts wishes the great primate and prophet to utter to all and sundry. The public prophecies thereafter are to be followed from questions from journalists from far and near. The press conference will enable the primate to allay the fears of those who wrongly believe that he is anti-Niger Delta.
What are the public prophecies of the Primate that I am allowing myself to pronounce to those in power who are playing Julius Caesar and men of strength who are too powerful to see their numbered end? Before I dwell on them, please remember that the prophet’s advice and warning to Lord Jonathan were reported in this column when our current president decided to embark on the journey leading to his now deflating presidency. The advice and warning to the effect that he would win the presidential election but there would be a big but. It is this “big but” that Nigeria is now enjoying. The Prophet foresaw the Boko Haram war in more than the present scale and said so, and I reported it here. In any case, we have seen nothing yet. Boko Haram will not and will never stop its bombings and killings. A seven years war is in the offing.... A Muslim Jihad is coming. And Christians will embark on their own Crusade of reprisals. To nail this war, the Lord of our beautiful mansion that is now being deflated and dis-inflated must march out or be marched out. In fact, he will be compelled to do so soon – in the same manner that the gap-toothed one forgot his military cap in the erstwhile lovely place of power that became unexciting in his poor last days and last poor days.
As I utter these words on behalf of the spiritually energised primate and prophet, I cannot but recall the wittily exciting and the excitingly witty words of second world war British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, as follows: “Politics are almost exciting as war, and quite as dangerous. In war, you can only be killed once, but in politics many times.” Lord J, a seven years war is in the offing. This war will kill our politics and democracy not many times but once. Hausas and Igbos will tangle again, for Igbos will say “Enough is enough.” Lord J, please lead us to avoid what is already around the corner by doing the needful thing. And you know the needful thing. Let no prayer-contractor (or Babalawo) lead you to our doom and gloom. Hear, hear, hear! And listen! You are not remarkable Winston Spencer Churchill, the twentieth century historically-acclaimed foremost figure, who led Britain in its turbulent years to win battles with the English Language, which was his main bullet and weapon.
You have neither oratory nor the weapon of the heart to win the current battle and take our beloved Nigeria out of its calamitous turbulence. So you must listen. The Lord commands you to so do. Or? The answer sings and dances in the wind.
As the necessary and needful flushing virtually and virtuously takes place, there shall be confessions galore in exactly the same manner that witches and wizards utter their confessions. The soon-to-be-forgotten ones will sing and sing better than canaries. How do we mean? Patient be until the envisaged world press conference takes place. But quickly, urgently and hurriedly I must run down the prophetic words and koans which spewed from the Elijah-like heart and lips of Primate Olabayo who must be obeyed: “As I stand upon my watch to see what the Lord will say to me concerning our country, what do I see and hear? The Lord spoke to me. I heard his voice. Fear was all over me. I was shaking and trembling. Oh how are the mighty fallen! I see students’ unrest everywhere.
Storm is everywhere. Spiritual and physical storm is coming and going and coming. The mighty have no place to hide. Things will be so stormy. New people are everywhere. Nothing right is coming any more from the now people. Their places cannot be more vacant than they are now. No decision is going right. Mass revolution is here. Attempts to install Sambo or Mark as president will fail. Obas and traditional rulers who assisted to loot our treasury through fuel subsidy and other acts will equally be consumed. The people are getting their pound of flesh. All the innocent persons killed for rituals to sustain ill-gotten wealth and “greatness” will be avenged.
Masses are moving from house to house and from home to home in the spirit of the new order. There is no escape. I can see cars being destroyed everywhere. Houses and homes are also being destroyed and are in flames. This is the time of their consumption. And all bribed journalists will also not escape. They will equally go down. All of them are too far gone in their sore ways to believe me. They won’t believe me as Abiola and Stella Obasanjo did not believe me. A big, mighty broom is falling from the sky. Falling and hanging and falling. A mighty broom. Oh my Father and Lord, what am I seeing? But we must rejoice. Jehu! Holding a sword and a broom!
These public prophecies (and others) the Elijah of our time delivered and re-delivered to me recently, precisely on Friday, 15 June, 2012 at 4:55am, 7:34am and 7:41am respectively, on Wednesday, June 13, 2012 at 9:34am, on Sunday, 17/06/2012 at 7:26am and on Tuesday, 19 June 2012 at 7:26am respectively. I put them down furiously in no logical order (but as I have here released them as they were so related) in my spiritual jotter as he spoke and spewed them. Of course, I followed them up with pertinent questions whose answers I need not elaborate here.
But take this. Before President Yar’Adua passed on, of all the spiritual leaders and prophets invited to Aso Rock to assess spiritually the late President’s condition, Primate Olabayo was the only one who spoke the truth to those who wanted the men of God to say the contrary fact. The rest is history, as we say. And I must at this point say what a prominent, fabulously rich Lagos preacher, prophet and front-line church owner said in the matter then of the late President. The Sunday Sun newspaper reported him as follows on page 52 of October 5, 2008 issue, captioned “Yar’Adua’Il “outlive those who wish him dead.” “Those who wish Yar’Adua dead will die before him. What good citizens do is pray for their leaders, warning that those who want their leaders dead will be disappointed,” etc. The rest, I say again, is history. But we now know far better than the fabulous preacher of fabulous wealth. In this piece, I am refraining from dwelling on other public prophecies which the Primate uttered to me long before now, all of which have come true, but which I hid from public view for reasons partly disclosed two Mondays ago.. Some examples: Uduaghan of Delta State governorship rerun electoral victory and post-election court cases already won by him; the late Chief Benjamin Okumagba’s recent death; the fuel subsidy and other shady oil deals that would truncate political and business careers; Sylva’s sack well and long before it happened and when the former Bayelsa Governor had simply forgotten that it would happen, e.t.c., e.t.c., e.t.c.
Lastly, for now: “Just seen your prophet. Truly, he is now my prophet. Yes. I am more than impressed —Akin Bello.”
Those who want to play or are playing Julius Caesar are free to do so. The ides of March and the season of Nigerian storm of mighty broom have done what unbelievers thought could not be done. But to obey Primate Olabayo and give honourable thought to In and Out must be a wonderful lesson and a good meal to digest in Nigeria’s political restaurant. Halleluiah!!!
Watch out for “It is time.”