2023 Election: Only Prayers Of The Righteous Can Save Nigeria From Collapse – Yahasalam Reveals
An Islamic Scholar and founder of Harmonized Vigilante Group, Alhaji Hussein Yahasalam, has raised alarm over what he termed an impeding crisis in Nigeria during and after the presidential election slated for Saturday, 25th February, 2023. CONTINUE READING…
He opined that going by what he saw ahead through a spiritual exercise, the continuity and survival of Nigeria after the 2023 election is so much in doubt, adding that the presidential election might mark the inglorious end of Nigeria .
The Islamic Scholar made this known during a phone interviewwith newsmen on Monday in Ede, Osun State.
The security expert, however, stressed that the only panacea to the imminent post-election chaos is fervent prayer and supplication by genuine clerics from both religion of Islam and Christianity.
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Yahasalam, further warned politicians from across the country to desist from dangerous comments and acts that could trigger unimaginable implosion and truncate the emerging democracy in Nigeria, as he implored the teeming Nigerian citizenry to be careful and watchful.
In his words:” What I saw about the coming presidential election was scary and dangerous; is either the election fails to hold as a result of large scale crisis or the poll fails to produce a winner, with attendant crisis of unimaginable dimensions that will ultimately truncate our democracy and destroy our corporate existence.
“The only solution I could see is the quick spiritual intervention of genuine men and women of God, otherwise, Nigeria is heading towards political ditch in the coming days”.
Speaking on the political debacle in Osun, following the gubernatorial election of July 16th, 2022, Yahasalam said the judiciary and the presidency must exercise caution on the issue, saying the atmosphere in the State is sensitive as it is dicey.
“The judiciary and the presidency must be very careful on the issue of Osun, the outcome of the last governorship election truly reflected the genuine wish of the people without any controversy, so, any attempt to change the trend portends a serious danger.
“You will agree with me that Osun has been a catalyst for many political decisions and activities in Nigeria, so, any disorder in the State could affect the entire nation”, he concluded.