Prophet Abel Tamunominabo Boma from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, has made a noteworthy prophecy concerning the future leadership of Nigeria. According to his recent statement, the North-Central geopolitical zone is gearing up to play a pivotal role in the country’s political landscape. Prophet Boma foresees significant party mergers on the horizon, but cautions that their path to the presidency won’t be straightforward, spanning the next 16 years.
It’s worth noting that the North-Central region has not seen a civilian president or vice president since 1999, with Bola Tinubu, hailing from the Southwest, currently serving as Nigeria’s leader.
Prophet Boma shared his insights on the political landscape, envisioning the emergence of seven political parties, with five major ones. He predicts a massive consolidation of these parties under a new, widely accepted banner. This amalgamated party is expected to have a strong presence, boasting governors, senators, and representatives. However, the road to the presidency for this coalition is anticipated to be challenging over the next 16 years.
In a separate comment, the prophet also turned his attention to the Federal Capital Territory minister, Nyesom Wike, expressing his hope that Wike will retain his position. He forewarns of impending scandals and potential betrayals that could impact Wike’s tenure.
Prophet Boma’s prophecies have ignited discussions about the evolving political landscape in Nigeria, particularly the rise of the North-Central region as a potential contender for the presidency in the years to come.