First Presidency, Then I’ll Retire As A Pastor – Fayose

The executive governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has revealed his plans for the future stating that he is aiming earnestly to become the president of the country.

Speaking during an interactive session with some reporters in Lagos, the state governor noted that he will retire to become a pastor after serving as the nation’s president.

Fayose who is banking on his “popularity” and “influence” to see him into the office of the president said: “There is nobody reasonably who doesn’t know who Ayo Fayose is and the decision to me being president is spiritual and physical on the other hand because when your time comes, it will manifest.”

He added: “I am a force God has created at this time. When I retire, I’m going to become a pastor with a very big ministry.

“After being president of Nigeria, I will be a pastor who will be a major force all over the world.”

Speaking further on his “spiritual gift”, Fayose noted that he has been getting requests to prophesy about Nigeria’s future.

He stated: “Nigerians know that if I give you figures, they find it like that even my prophecies. Some of the things I said about last year came to pass. Some people have been calling me to ask for the prophecies for 2018.”