“My son’s wedding will cause plane crashes, strange deaths” – Obasanjo’s wife warns
The wife of former president, Olusegun Obasanjo, has raised an alarm over what she said would be the consequences of their son, Abraham Obasanjo’s forthcoming wedding to Tope, the daughter of the owner of Premier Lotto, Kessington Adebutu.
Taiwo Obasanjo, in a letter to The Methodist Church of Nigeria, said: “I am not against the wedding, all I am relentlessly pleading is for a shift in the date and they turned against me, even on the 11th and 13th of May they are planning to assassinate me or keep me in police custody to allow the devilish wedding ceremony hold.
Sir, is this a wedding ceremony or a clever, premeditated, devilishly calculated scheme to sacrifice thousands of souls as they come to the feast of death, ostensibly announced as wedding ceremony?
I am alive and healthy and I am not mad, God used me to convince my son to change his mind to marry this lady called Tope Adebutu, now they want to kill me by all means possible.”
Mrs. Obasanjo also said she would stage a peaceful, public protest on the days of the wedding. “This protest is to bring out people to praise the Almighty God as they hold the demonic ceremony.
Please, I want the whole world to know that I am not mad and I am not against my son’s wedding but the whole truth will be revealed by the Almighty God who sees in secret all that is hidden, for the power of the Almighty God is supreme.
The two dates were chosen and compelled by Satan for them to lure unsuspecting numerous souls to a banquet of death, that will result in strange holocaust in our nation.
After the wedding, you will be hearing and seeing incidents of plane crashes, fire incidents, multiple road accidents, tankers and trailer killing people, cancers, diseases of kidney, liver, prostrate, eyes issues and diverse health problem causing strange death in people and the economy situation will worsen.”
Mrs. Obasanjo’s letter comes weeks after her suit at the Ikeja Division of the Lagos High Court, to move the wedding date to June 1, the day her son would turn 34, was dismissed for lack of jurisdiction.