A renowned religious leader, Professor Sabit Ariyo Olagoke JP has counselled that for Nigeria to move forward in 2021, the religious sector must imbibe the culture of religious harmony to promote peace and be more dedicated to the cause of discipline, love and patriotism.
He also warned that COVID-19 is still very much with us, adding that all guidelines should be adhered to as faithfully as possoble in order to avoid falling victim to the deadly pestilence.
This warning and counsel were contained in the 2021 revelations titled “What 2021 has in store for Nigeria,” and issued from the International Headquarters of Shafaudeen In Islam Worldwide Wakajaye Ibadan, Oyo state.
Prof. Olagoke, who is the Founder and Spiritual Head of Shafaudeen-In-Islam Worldwide said predictions were not meant to scare the masses adding that they were to avoid stalemate and save democracy.
Olagoke who is the President of Ajagun Esin Consultative Forum, Religion Warlord, during the previous year’s prediction, saw insecurity as rising higher, and called for synergy among the security operatives.
He equally then recommended that top security operatives should devise new strategies to checkmate crime and criminalities in the country.
For this year again on security, Prof Olagoke said “in February, our security network shall experience lapses and internal wound, hence there is a need to productively address this to save the masses.”
The Islamic leader revealed that in March, “there will be agitation with uneasy calm against the leaders of government while the month shall also witness brick bats of intrigues among the politicians.”
Professor Olagoke who was s Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Federal Polytechnic Ilaro in Ogun state, said that education shall receive positive response for resuscitation adding that in August there shall be favourable month for educational development.
The Chief Imam of Shafaudeen Movement warned that December of 2021 would be a hot month of the year for bad politicians and their gluttonous children, adding that government workers who were due for retirement but still dodging would be fished out and sacked.
He revealed that November 2021 would be a good month of worthwhile achievement and development but quickly warned that “leakage in the education sector should be taken care of to stop sharp and corrupt practices.”
Prof Olagoke pleaded with both the Federal Government and University lecturers to reach an agreement on the prolonged ASUU strike which, he said, has caused frustration for many undergraduates and given license to many who have become criminals due to idleness.
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