The founder and leader of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Elijah Ayodele, has revealed that many banks will be exposed as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) will carry out a review of its stamp duty payments policy.
He disclosed this when a released prophecies concerning the CBN, and other financial institutions for the year 2021.
While stating that new banks will emerge next year, Primate Ayodele said the CBN will work on the activities of black market operators as revealed by the spirit of God.
“The CBN LOGO will still be changed in the future not now. I foresee that the LOGO will still be adjusted. CBN will mount pressure on banks that failed to comply with the recapitalization directives,” he said.
“The Central Bank will inject more money into the Foreign Exchange Market in order to stabilize it. The CBN will face tough challenges because the economy will be fluctuating.”
He revealed that monies will miss from the CBN, adding that God Emefiele might be indicted by some State Governors.
Prophet Ayodele revealed that a top banker in Nigeria will lose his life, adding that some banks will be attacked, while some others will lay off some of their staff.
The cleric warned that Fidelity Bank may suffer loss, adding that God revealed to him that the bank may face sanctions.
“Ecobank must be watchful so as to guard against failures in its compliance with banking regulations,” Primate Ayodele said.
“Equity Bank must be careful so that it will not face litigation and also record cases of fraudulent activities.
“Access Bank must be careful about fire outbreaks and attacks on their bank buildings.
“First Bank must be careful not to lose a big customer. The bank must pray against fire outbreaks and armed robbery attacks.
“Stambic IBTC must be careful about internal troubles and should be careful so that it will not begin to scrap some of its branches.
“Polaris Bank must pray against deaths in the bank. The bank must pray for higher profitability.
“WEMA Bank must be very careful because of cases of fraud that will involve the staff and Directors. Wema Bank must pray against trouble from its workers and also rebuke attacks.”