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France Prime Minister’s Resignation, Cuba Economic Situation Fulfill Primate Ayodele’s Prophecies



Primate Ayodele

In a very dramatic move, the prime minister of France, Elisabeth Borne resigned on Monday after less than two years in office.

“Ms Elisabeth Borne today submitted the resignation of the government to the president, who accepted it,” the presidency said in a statement.

This is in fulfillment of the prophecy of Primate Ayodele in his annual prophecy book titled Warnings To The Nation (2023/2024 edition). On page 300 of the prophecy book which was released in July 2023, Primate Ayodele revealed that he foresees resignation of some prime ministers across the world.

‘’…..I foresee that some ministers will resign in some governments even as Prime ministers will resign in certain country…’’.

Borne said in her resignation letter that she and Macron agreed “it was more necessary than ever to push on with reforms.”

Likewise, Cuba’s cash-strapped government announced Monday that fuel prices will soar by more than 500% beginning February 1, part of a series of economic measures aimed at reducing the deficit.

The cost of a liter of regular gasoline will rise from 25 pesos (20 US cents) to 132 pesos, while the price of premium gasoline will jump from 30 to 156 pesos, minister of finance and prices Vladimir Regueiro said on state television.

In the same prophecy book, Primate Ayodele in his warnings to Cuba stated that the economic situation of the country will become bad to the extent that people will be living below poverty level. He revealed that there will be sufferings and the people will seek means to survive the harsh state of the economy.

These were his words

‘’CUBA: I foresee the citizens of the country will be living below poverty level and they will face serious economic crises. The people will seek means to survive the harsh state of the economy. The spirit of God says the people will have so many issues to face as regards the development in the country. They must pray against any form of threat and suffering. The country will face economic problems.’’ (Pg 76)