Super Eagles interim coach, Austine Eguavoen, has urged Prophet Ayodele to overturn the 2022 vision where he prophecied that Nigeria will not qualify for the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Primate Ayodele was quoted to have prophesied that the Super Eagles will lose against the Black Stars of Ghana in their 2022 World Cup two legged playoff in March.
The Leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, in his 2022 Prophecies, warned the Super Eagles’ technical crew to ensure Ahmed Musa is not listed for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying play-off against the Black Stars of Ghana in March.
Primate Ayodele said this in his recent prophesies, that fielding the Saudi Arabia based player, would be counterproductive for the three-time African champions.
He also emphasised that the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF should retain the Interim coach, Augustine Eguavoen, to execute the matches against their West African rivals adding that, Nigeria has 68 minutes to score against the Ghanaians.
According to him: “On the World Cup qualifier, Nigeria vs Ghana, Nigeria have only 68 minutes to score in Ghana and let them (NFF) still use Eguavoen to do that.
“I think the match is coming up soon after the Nations Cup, may be around March or thereabout.
“God has given them the mandate, but if only they listen.
“Firstly, they must not take the Super Eagles job from Eguavoen.
“Secondly, it is not all these star players that are needed for the games.”
Responding to Primate Ayodele on Thursday in Abuja, the Technical Director of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Eguavoen said as a man of God and Nigerian, Ayodele should overturn the prophecy so that his country’s flag will be hoisted in Qatar.
“He is a man of God and sometimes you’ve to give it to them, but he is a Nigerian, if you know him please, tell him to overturn it because it will be a joyous thing for Nigeria to be in Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup. He can overturn it, because he is a man of God and he prays and God listens to him. He is an intermediary between us and God. It is easier said than done. We have worked hard and fight and we want the ticket more than Ghana wants it”, Austin’s Eguavoen said.
He added: “You know, Nigeria is a country that prays a lot, so we will continue to pray, but we will work hard. We want it more than Ghana and we will get it”.