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NFF Elections: Primate Ayodele makes prophetic pronouncement on Ibrahim Gusau, Aisha Falode



By Saheed Afolabi


The Leader Of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has made a prophetic announcement on Alhaji Ibrahim Gusau and Aisha Falode ahead of the Nigeria Football Federation elective congress set to hold on Friday, 30th Of September, 2022.

In a statement signed by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin, Primate Ayodele made it known that the Nigeria Football Federation will experience excellent leadership under the leadership of Ibrahim Gusau and the input of Aisha Falode in the administration.

It is worthy of note that Ibrahim Gusau is vying for the position of the next NFF President while Aisha Falode is in the contest to have a seat in the executive committee member of the Nigeria football federation.

Primate Ayodele made it known that the duo will make Nigeria’s football better than it is at the moment than anybody else in the contest. He noted that Nigeria will perform well in the next world cup and is likely to reach the Quarter-final stage if Ibrahim Gusau becomes the next NFF President.

The man of God added that Nigeria stands a better chance of winning the next African cup of nations (AFCON) with Gusau’s leadership, while warning that any other person becoming the next NFF president apart from him will lead the nation’s football to bankruptcy and backwardness.

‘’Ibrahim Gusau and Aisha Falode will make a good leadership in Nigeria Football Federation than anybody, the country will do well in the next world cup and can reach the quarter final stage if these two are in leadership positions. Nigeria also stands a better chance of winning the next African cup of nations with them in the system’’

‘’Gusau will make the sports better and prosperous, Aisha Falode will also add value to the sporting system, if any other person gets there apart from there, our sports will suffer bankruptcy and backwardness.’’

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