The Leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has released fresh prophetic warnings for the President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, the deputy president, William Ruto and the former prime minister, Raila Odinga regarding the presidential election coming up in August.
In a statement signed by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin, Primate Ayodele warned President Kenyatta to be careful of who he is supporting in the election because he foresees a plan to jail him after the expiration of his tenure. He noted that some of his trusted aides will betray him.
“President Uhuru Kenyatta must be careful of who he is supporting in the election because there is a plan to probe and jail him after the expiration of his tenure. I see him being betrayed by some of his trusted aides before and after leaving office.’’
For Raila Odinga, the man of God asked him not to rejoice yet no matter the support he has, revealing that he foresees a last minute game changer by William Ruto that may disrupt his proposed victory. He made it known that if he wins, he will protect the interest of the president but on the long run, there will be a misunderstanding between them. He then advised him on his running mate.
“Raila Odinga should not rejoice yet, I still see a last minute game plan by William Ruto that can disrupt the proposed victory of Raila Odinga. If Raila Odinga wins, he will protect the interest of the president but much later, they will want to bring a misunderstanding between them. To have an outstanding performance in the election, let him choose Kenneth Peter as his running mate.’’
On William Ruto, Primate Ayodele noted that a surprise can happen for the deputy president if he listens to the spiritual instructions he has been giving him and also hold Mt. Kenya well. He explained that his running mate will be a great determinant in the election and that he should pick Musalia Mudavadi to have a good outing at the election.
‘’As it is now, if there is an election, Raila Odinga will perform better than Ruto. If William Ruto listens to instructions to hold Mt Kenya well, a surprise will happen in his favour. His running mate will be a great determinant in the election, and he can’t afford to pick someone who doesn’t align with God’s plan for him. He needs to pray for divine direction, I see Musalia Mudavadi as a game changer for him, he should go for him as a running mate. William Ruto should be mindful of what he says, and he should change his strategy totally.’’
The man of God further warned against crisis and terrorist attacks in the northern part of the country.
It would be recalled that Primate Ayodele is the first prophet to prophesy that President Uhuru Kenyatta will support Raila Odinga in his presidential bid. This is a move that has never happened in Kenya, bearing in mind that they are not in the same party. The man of God made the prophecy in 2021 and surprisingly, it happened earlier this year with an open declaration of support for Odinga by President Kenyatta.
Several prophecies of the man of God regarding Kenya and other African countries have come to pass accurately as he said them.
Teachers without TRCN certification are unqualified, FG insists as 9,204 sit for qualifying exams
THE Teachers Registration Council, (TRCN) has rescheduled its Batch A of the 2022 teachers’ Professional Qualifying Examination (PQE) in Sokoto and Zamfara states over recent security concerns while a total of 9, 204 candidates sat for the exercise nationwide on Saturday.
This is just as the Federal Government has insisted that all teachers who have failed to register with the TRCN and get certification after sitting for the PQE are not qualified to teach in classroom in Nigeria.
Acting Director of Certification and Licensing, TRCN, Dr Jacinta Ogboso, while supervising the examination at SASCON International School in Abuja, disclosed that a total of 9,480 candidates registered to participate for the exercise.
She, however, explained the Council in its wisdom shifted the examination in Sokoto and Zamfara as a result of the recent security concerns.
Ogboso noted that 125 candidates registered for the exercise in Sokoto while 151 candidates registered in Zamfara state, adding that the examination in the two states will be rescheduled as soon as the situation is better. More than 663 candidates sat for the examination in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT.
“We have to reschedule the exams for Sokoto and Zamfara states because we want to be sure of the situation. So those two are not writing today. They are going to either write online or we find another time,” she said.
She noted the conduct of the examination was smooth and hitch-free across the country, adding that since TRCN started the examination in 2017, it keeps improving on the processes.
On fighting malpractice in the conduct of the exercise, she said TRCN has put in place a process of accreditation through a platform that the ICT department has developed, which is able to detect the actual people registered for the examination to avoid impersonation of candidates.
According to her, every candidate is expected to go to the area where he registered to be accredited, and that candidates were not allowed into the exam hall with phones or any banned item to ensure that nobody does anything funny.
“Inside the exam hall, we have our officers who go round to check each person to the computer that is being used to ensure that the photograph of that person is the same with the person writing that examination.
Ogboso disclosed that the examination has been reduced to two diet per year due to reduction in applications, adding that the surge in applications earlier experienced at the peak of the PQE was due to the rush to meet the deadline for implementation of government’s policy of ensuring that only professionally qualified teachers were in its school system.
“In 2019, 2020, we recorded 69,000 and in in a year we were recording over 100,000; that was at the peak of the registration when TRCN wanted to enter into the implementation of unqualified people leaving the classroom as had been mandated by the federal ministry of education,” she said.
Earlier, the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education, Mr. David Adejo, who also monitored the exercise at SALSCON International School, said teachers who have not registered to write the PQE were not teachers as far as Nigeria is concerned.
“For instance, in the medical profession, after your university, there is a compulsory exam you must pass before you are a doctor; and for a teacher, you must pass through this compulsory exam before you are a teacher.
So, those who have not pass through this process are only at best to be said to be impersonating, and government cannot allow that going forward; we need to standardise the teaching practice; this exam is one of things that will so that,” Adejo said.
He praised the conduct of the exercise noting that the processes of accreditation, examination, and resetting of the systems for the next set of people to come into the hall was great as everything went peacefully and orderly.
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Dabiri-Erewa congratulates Aluya on his new appointment as CMO in US
Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Chairman/CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) has congratulated the President of the Nigerian American Public Affairs Committee USA, Dr Nelson Aluya (MD.MBBS) on his new appointment as the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of the Newark Community Health Centers (NCHC) Newark, New Jersey.
In the congratulatory message personally signed by her, she described the appointment of Aluya as Chief Medical Officer of the Federal Qualified Health Centre as well deserved going by his antecedents in the medical profession.
The NIDCOM boss said Nigeria is proud of the achievements of Aluya which has earned him the prestigious assignment to continue to serve humanity.
While praying for his success and impactful tenure, Dabiri-Erewa urged him to ensure continuous mentoring of those coming behind him.
As CMO, Dr Aluya will oversee and supervise multiple Medical Directors in the hospital in Newark, New Jersey.
Dr Nelson Aluya is a renowned medical doctor with training in both Pediatrics and Internal medicine and extensive broad based training and clinical expertise in over three continents.
He was also a former attending physician at Newark Beth Israel medical center, and former medical director of the Sinai Rehabilitation Center. The largest rehabilitation center in Essex county Newark, New Jersey.
He has led multiple local and international medical missions providing his expertise and selfless service to low social economic groups, economically and socially displaced and migrant families.
Aluya, described his appointment as” a great privilege to serve on a bigger platform to make greater impact in the overall health status in our communities .”