Tambuwal will be president of Nigeria in 2019, says Prince Ogievie 1

Tambuwal will be president of Nigeria in 2019, says Prince Ogievie 1
…he is the choice of the gods and nothing can change it
Sokoto State Governor, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, has been picked by the gods as the next president of Nigeria in 2019.

This revelation was made public by Prince Ogievie 1 in a chat in his expansive residence in Evbuotubu Quarters, Benin City yesterday.
Prince Ogievie 1 disclosed that the revelation was received in a sealed envelope that came via the mystery pond in his residence on Saturday, January 27th, 2018 by 8.10pm. But that he was not permitted to reveal message until yesterday(Sunday, April 29th, 2018).
“This is a breaking news. This revelation came in a sealed envelope through the mystery pond here(inside his residence) since Saturday, January 27th, 2018 at exactly 8.10pm. But I was not permitted to disclose it until today.
“The gods have spoken and there is absolutely nothing that can change their proclamation. The gods don’t lie. Their yes is yes and their no is no.
“They’re not like human beings who change their words at the slightest opportunity or in accordance with their emotions.”
Going further, Prince Ogievie 1 asserted: “Since he is the choice of the gods to be Nigeria’s president in 2019 then it goes to show that he is destined to be the person that will bring a solution to the myriad of problems currently facing us as a nation.
“If he was not capable the gods wouldn’t have picked him as president. They see beyond our imaginations.
“In a previous message before this one the gods have promised that this year is a year of milk and honey for all Nigerians who are honest, hardworking and pursue the path of peace.
“We must however be patient and obey their message at all times. Ogievie is out to make a positive change in the affairs of mankind; lift people from lack to abundance; set free those in bondage; cure those suffering from afflictions and give children to barren women among many other accomplishments.
“Nigerians must get it right and there is no better time than now.”