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Miyetti Allah: Prophet Ayodele backs north for stopping food supply to south

The chief of INRI Evangelical Religious Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has reacted to the risk by northerners to cease supplying meals to the South over Yoruba-Fulani disaster in some states within the Southwest.

The prophet in his response defined that he helps the choice of the North to not provide meals once more, including that it could awaken the South West governors on what they should do.

He defined that some states within the southwest can produce all of the meals that the North is supplying, and if the governors can’t do it efficiently, then they need to resign.

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“I’m in help of the North’s choice to not deliver meals to the south any longer as a result of the governors in South West can produce meals,” Ayodele mentioned in an announcement he made accessible to DAILY POST on Monday.

“Let Ekiti provide yam and ram, Ogun ought to rear cow and provide us rice, garri, lafu,, fufu and beans, Ondo State can provide beans, yam and rice.

“Lagos shall be producing fish, tomatoes will come from Ekiti, Ondo, Oyo can provide us garri, why are we shouting? If the governors of southwest can’t put all these collectively, they need to resign.

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“It is going to be a disgrace to the southwest governors if they permit the northerners to deliver meals and return to farming, inside a brief time frame, we’ll bounce again.

“You don’t have to beg them to deliver meals, allow us to depart them, although this can result in recession, and hijackers will begin attacking the wealthy, 2023, surprising will devour our expectation.

“The value of commodities is excessive now, allow us to undergo, the North ought to preserve their meals, that’s solely when the southern governors will know what to do.”

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