In the late hours of yesterday, an unusual event happened in Lagos; a heavy duty truck collapsed a pedestrian bridge in Alapere area of the state. It was an unfortunate incident but all thanks to God that no one was on the bridge or directly under the bridge when the incident happened.
For several years, Lagos has not experienced such a kind of bridge collapse until yesterday and this fact further spells the oddness of the situation.
Checks have however revealed that a popular Nigerian prophet, Primate Ayodele had warned several months ago that he foresees a bridge collapse while asking Nigerians to pray in order to avert the incident or reduce its impact on citizens.
In the prophetic warning which was contained in a video, Primate Ayodele asked Nigerians to pray against anything that will create issues on bridges while mentioning breakage or collapse.
‘In Nigeria, let us pray that we won’t see any bridges that will break, collapse or whatever that will create issues on bridges in Nigeria’’.
Just as he warned, an unfortunate event confirming his prophetic warning happened yesterday.
Also, the judiciary was thrown into mourning following the death of an appeal court judge, Justice Ikyegh who slumped in the process of his elevation to the Supreme Court.
The judge had been accused of receiving a certain amount of money to favour the Ogun state governor, Dapo Abiodun in his bid to retain his seat.
Primate Ayodele in a prophetic warning to the judiciary sector stated that death will be hovering around those who have brought Nigeria to her current situation. He made it known that judges will begin to die because of injustice.
These were his words
‘’Judges will begin to die, especially those that have put people in pain. Those who have brought Nigeria to the level it is in the judiciary will face all of these. More deaths are still looming in the judiciary sector.’’
This is not to say Justice Ikyegh was corrupt or supported injustice but his death has fulfilled Primate Ayodele’s revelation that death is looming in the judiciary system.