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Ajibade says Arsenal need deliverance, recommends MFM prayer city for hot deliverance

Following Arsenal’s recent defeat to Aston Villa, Nigerian women’s national team captain Rasheedat Ajibade has made a rather unconventional suggestion for the struggling team.

The Atl├ętico de Madrid Femenino player took to social media to recommend that Arsenal players undergo a session of deliverance at the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM), a popular Pentecostal Prayer City in Nigeria.

The defeat, courtesy of goals from Leon Bailey and Ollie Watkins, left Arsenal grounded and denied them a chance to reclaim the top spot in the English Premier League table.

In her candid post, Ajibade expressed her concern for the team’s performance, suggesting that they could benefit from spiritual intervention.

Rasheedat Ajibade opened the scoring for Atletico Madrid in a 1-1 draw against Levante Las Planas in a Spanish Liga F encounter on Saturday.
Ajibade in action for Atletico

Ajibade wrote on X: “Gunners una need deliverance. Dem need to pack all of una go MFM prayer city for hot deliverance 🤦‍♀️,”

Arsenal’s title hopes now face a significant challenge as they trail behind leaders Manchester City with two points, with only six games remaining in the season. The defeat serves as a setback for the Gunners, who now must overcome considerable odds to overthrow the defending champions and clinch the Premier League title.

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