Prophecy Reveals Fate Of Sacked Kano Governor Yusuf At Supreme Court

In a twist of fate for Kano state, Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf‘s future hangs in the balance as the Supreme Court prepares to deliver its judgment, following his removal by the Court of Appeal. A recent prophecy by Pastor Kingsley Ndubuisi adds an air of uncertainty, predicting another setback for the embattled governor.

Pastor Ndubuisi, a spiritual leader of the Revival And Restoration Global Mission, boldly forecasted in a video posted on December 28 that Governor Yusuf would face a parallel fate at the Supreme Court, mirroring the outcomes of the tribunal and the Court of Appeal. Abba Kabir Yusuf vs Nasir Yusuf Gawuna Supreme Court Verdict According to the pastor, the apex court’s decision could pave the way for Nasir Yusuf Gawuna of the APC to assume leadership in Kano.


The prophecy echoes the governor’s earlier legal challenges. Initially ousted by the tribunal due to invalid votes during the March 18 governorship election, Gawuna of the APC emerged as the declared winner.

Subsequently, the Court of Appeal removed Governor Yusuf, citing improper sponsorship by the NNPP when he contested and won the election. Pastor Ndubuisi’s vision, shrouded in symbolism, described the governor leaving his office in darkness, hinting at a recurrence of the Appeal Court’s verdict at the Supreme Court.

However, the pastor offered a glimmer of hope, suggesting that the prophecy’s course could be altered through fervent prayers by Governor Yusuf. The political landscape of Kano now waits in suspense, as the Supreme Court reserves its judgment on the NNPP’s plea to overturn the governor’s removal.

As the legal saga unfolds, Kano’s political future hangs in the balance, with the APC potentially taking the reins in response to the prophecy. Full List of Akeredolu’s Cabinet Members Who Have Resigned Their Positions.


The date for the Supreme Court’s verdict remains undisclosed, intensifying the anticipation surrounding the fate of Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf and the NNPP’s bid for reinstatement.


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