Yul Edochie Begins Search For Man Who Predicted PMB 2015 Win And Outcome Of 2019 Elections

Popular Nollywood actor and politician, Yul Edochie has begun a search for the Nigerian man who had predicted correctly the outcome of the 2015 Presidential elections and now the winner of the 2019 Presidential elections.

It is no longer news that the elections has been postponed and is now slated for the 23rd of February with the eyes and hearts of many Nigerians fixated on the all-important and burning question – Who will be the next President of Nigeria?

However, this seems not to be the case of a particular man identified as Paul Ekpo Essien who may have well seen the eventual winner of the elections.

Yul Edochie took to Instagram to search for the man, sharing a screenshot of Paul’s predictions from 2015 which turned out to be true.

What bugs the mind about his predictions and make them increasingly convincing is that he also predicted the events leading to the 2019 Presidential elections including the postponement of the General Elections and how it ultimately swings the eventual victory in one direction.

Yul Edochie in the past few weeks has been staging political campaign rallies for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Anambra and its environs.

He has pitched tent with Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi, campaigning for the latter in particular who he claims has changed the face of Anambra for good, while being its Governor.

Meanwhile, in a separate report by iDONSABI.com, Adams Oshiomole has accused the Independent Nigeria Electoral Commission (INEC) of informing the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) of the postponement of the elections beforehand.

In a video contained in the report, Oshiomhole also accused INEC of colluding with PDP and advising them ahead of time not to waste their resources as the elections was going to be postponed in the end.

This he revealed in the Caucus meeting of the APC on Monday (18th February, 2019).

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