Attempted Military Coup In DR Congo Fulfils Primate Ayodele’s Prophecy (VIDEO)

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Despite the scarcity of true prophets in the world today, Primate Ayodele’s ministry is a proof that God still speaks to his servants and that there are still prophets who are truly called of God.

Primate Ayodele isn’t a just-come in the prophetic ministry, since the inception of his ministry in 1994, He has become a force to reckon with not just in Nigeria and Africa but globally.

Popularly referred to as ‘A prophet of doom’ due to the fact that his prophetic warnings come to pass, Primate Ayodele’s unwavering connection to God continually surfaces with the manner of his prophecies and how they accurately come to pass.

In December, there was an election in DR Congo which the president, Felix Tshisekedi won by a landslide. Of course, Primate Ayodele prophesied the outcome of the election but as usual, He went further to reveal the things that would happen after the election. Among his revelations was that there will be an attempted coup in the country.

These were his words

‘’As a matter of fact, there’s every tendency of the military taking over in DR Congo. Let them wake up, this election….it will be serious, it won’t be just an election.’’

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In fulfillment of this prophecy, Three people have been reported killed in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DR Congo) capital following a shootout between armed men in military uniform and guards of a top politician, an incident the army described as an attempted coup.

The armed men attacked the Kinshasa residence of Vital Kamerhe, a federal legislator and a candidate for speaker of the National Assembly of DR Congo, but were stopped by his guards, Kamerhe’s spokesman Michel Moto Muhima said on social media.

The army said the group of people behind the attempted coup were mostly foreigners or Congolese citizens based abroad, Al Jazeera’s Alain Uaykani reported. Uaykani added that the army also said some of the suspects held US and Canadian passports.

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