Mysteryman says election date a bad omen

Posted by News Express | 23 February 2019 | 1,477 times

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•Mysteryman Robinson Eze Korea

A Prophet and a Numerologist (a.k.a Mysteryman), Robinson Eze Korea, says the date of today’s Presidential and National Assembly elections falls into Code 23 in numerology which represents bad omen for leaders.

According to Korea, any country which refuses to learn from it “faces doom”.

He has therefore urged Nigerians to persist in their prayers and sue for peace in the country so that what happened in the polity during 1992, June 23, 1993 and June 23, 1994 would not repeat themselves after the rescheduled Presidential and National Assembly elections.

“The revelation I got is that the election is going to be tough but let Nigerians continue to pray for God’s intervention. I am seeing heavy danger in that Code 23,” he said.

“I urge Nigerians to persist in their prayers and sue for peace in this country because enough is enough, there is so much bloodshed in this country because of elections,” he added.

Korea, who is widely known in Abia State for his predictions that usually come to pass, told News Express in an interview on Friday in Umuahia explained that the elections holding today, Saturday, February 23, 2109 represents Code 23 and holds catastrophe in store countries which fail to learn about its history.

Korea, in an earlier interview, had said that there would be so much bloodshed of the masses if the February 16 election had held. He added that the election postponement was a manifestation of divine answer to the prayers of Nigerians.

This time around, he said Code 23 in numerology and significance of numbers affects only the leaders, not the masses.

“The significance of Code 23 has to do with creativity and the number 23 means adventure with a touch of diplomacy and creativity. That is why the first political party in Nigeria, NNDP, was created in 1923 by Herbert Macaulay. That was the beginning of Code of 23 in Nigerian politics.

“The good omen of Code 23 is creativity in Nigeria and it also has a bad omen, which, in the main, affect leaders,” he added.

Tracing Code 23 events that affected the nation’s leaders negatively, Korea, a professional photographer, recalled that erstwhile military President, General Ibrahim Babngida, was the second person to deploy Code 23 in Nigeria as he created two new states on September 23, 1986 and brought the total number of states in the country to 21 and local governments 449.

“People were happy. But the Code became a problem when in 1992, intra and inter-party crises that greeted the presidential primaries of both the Social Democratic Party and National Republican Convention, the federal government banned all the 23 presidential aspirants of the two parties.

“The June 12, 1993 presidential election presumed to have been won by Chief Moshood Abiola was annulled by Babangida on June 23, 1993.

“Also on June 23, 1994, Abiola was arrested by the General Sani Abacha-led federal military government for declaring himself president at Epetedo in Lagos State,” he noted.

Furthermore, he also recalled that Nigeria’s former Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Chief Bola Ige, was killed on December 23, 2001, while on October 23, 2005, Stella Obasanjo died in Spain.

“Late President Umar Musa Yar’Adua,” he said, “left Nigeria for medical treatment in Saudi Arabia on November 23, 2009.”

“You now discover that everything concerning 23 portends danger for the leaders and they need to learn from the past so that what happened during the 1992political transition; June 23, 1993 and June 23, 1994 would not repeat themselves after Saturday’s elections,” he warned.

“I urge Nigerians to persist in their prayers and sue for peace in this country because enough is enough,” he said and advised INEC and Nigerians “to earn about the Code 23, which is very powerful. Any nation that refuses to learn from it faces doom.”

Korea urged Nigerians to pray for the leaders so that God could make it possible for Nigerians to live in harmony.

Source: News Express

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