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The leader of INRI Evangelical spiritual church, Primate Elijah Ayodele says that God has revealed to him results of upcoming qualifying matches between Nigeria and Benin Republic and Lesotho.

He also predicted that Italian champions, Juventus, English side, Crystal Palace, Enyimba of Aba, among others, will sack their coaches.

Ayodele also warned the President of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, Amaju Pinnick against resigning from the position.

He says that the Super Eagles will reach the quarter final of the next FIFA World Cup “if Pinnick remains as the president.”

“The lord says he shouldn’t resign his position as the President, with him as the President of NFF, Super Eagles will thrive and get to the quarter final in the world cup. He should wait till his tenure expires before leaving”

“Juventus, Liverpool, Crystal Palace, Enyimba FC, Sunshine, 3FC, Kano Pillars coaches to be removed.

“Benin Republic VS Nigeria: Super Eagles victory lies between the first 30 minutes in the first half and the first 20 mins in the second half. The coach needs to be watchful of that, the match will be tough. It will be between 1 – 0 and 2- 0.

“Nigeria VS Lesotho: Super Eagles can beat them 3 – 0 if they don’t take it with levity,” he said in a statement made available to DAILY POST on Thursday.

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