The Chief of INRI Evangelical Religious Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, on Tuesday, issued a warning to the President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni.

Primate Ayodele warned Museveni to be cautious of rivalry within the parliament and powerful strikes to question him.

The clergyman, in an announcement, forwarded to DAILY POST, additionally warned the interim President of Chad, Kaka Deby to at all times hearken to directions if he needs to succeed the 18-month time period because the Head of State.

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He disclosed that rebels are nonetheless very a lot round to assault Deby; therefore he ought to be “dogged, targeted and any foul play.”

He additional warned that the nation be watchful of any sudden incident that may trigger chaos and get away of illness within the nation.

The assertion reads: “Chad interim president ought to hearken to directions for him to succeed the 18-month time period, the rebels are prepared for assaults. The President have to be dogged, targeted on combating exterior forces. The President shouldn’t do any foul play, he ought to work as agreed’.

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“There shall be parliamentary rivalry in Uganda, and strikes to question the Uganda president, Yoweri Museveni. The county have to be watchful of sudden incidents that may create chaos within the nation, and watch out of illness, the President must take care of his properly being.”

Parliament making strikes to question President – Primate Ayodele warns Uganda, Chad

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