A Calabar-based cleric and general overseer of Christian Central Chapel International (CCCI), Bishop Emmah Isong, has predicted that former Vice President and presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2019 election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, would reconcile with his former political foes.
Speaking during the 2020 prediction at the church's crossover night in Calabar, the cleric said the move was to position Atiku properly for the 2023 polls, adding he foresees very turbulent times for former governor of River State, now minister of transport, Rotimi Amaechi.
"Get ready for shocker reconciliations. There would be strange political realignment, and collaborations of old-time political enemies in 2020. Those of you that used to die for politicians, you will notice that the person you were dying for has made peace with his enemies. Then you will know that politics is a game and they don't take it the way you do at the high level,â€ he added.
The cleric, who also doubles as the national publicity secretary of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), also predicted a shake-up that will erupt in the Department of State Security Service (DSS) following arrests of Nigerians, a development the gospel preacher predicted may lead to shake-up in the service.
On anti-corruption issue, the cleric said, there would be big discovery of years of leakage linked to the banking sector by the CBN that would have changed the lives of Nigerians over the years, adding it would be uncovered and plunged back to the economy.
Isong predicted that a certain criminal/mafia gang perpetrating atrocity in the country shall meet its waterloo, even as he urged young people to desist forthwith from street fight or be prepared to face the consequence that awaits anyone that gets himself involved in such act.
"Stay away from public fight, because there is going to be serious clampdown on breach of public peace and many may be entrapped,â€ Isong warned.
On government sectors that shall experience a boom, the cleric predicted that the Nigeria wharfs, seaports and maritime businesses would once again experience a boom.
He also predicted that there would be a lot of public outcry over monetary loses, particularly among Nigerians who invest unregistered business ventures that the owners were not easily fished out whenever such businesses faced a hitch.
"Those of you that hear about invest and run. Please you can keep your money with your wife instead of running to invest in business areas whose future you know not,â€ he added.