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Anambra 2017: Reconcile with Obi, Ubah or forget 2nd term, cleric warns Obiano

Fiery Prophet Iyke Uzukwu, the spiritual head of Soul Revival Ministries, Okpuno-Egbu, Umudim-Nnewi, Anambra State who countdown to the 2015 Presidential election, prophesied that Muhammadu Buhari would emerge victorious, has again forewarned Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State to quickly reconcile with ex-Governor Peter Obi and Chairman of Capital Oil and Gas Ind. Ltd, Dr. Ifeanyi Ubah, or forget a second term at the Government House, Awka.

Ifeanyi Ubah-Obiano
Ifeanyi Ubah-Obiano

Speaking to news men, Uzukwu said: “I prophesied about President Buhari’s victory and even sent words to the former president, Dr Goodluck Jonathan not to run but he wouldn’t listen. Last year I prophesied that things would get hot as in­flation would rise.”

Today, he is stressing the need for President Muhammadu Buhari to empower local producers and manufac­turers.

The Spiritual Head of Soul Revival Ministries, however, urged Nigerians not to de­spair, saying that “things would get better from March next year.”

He, however, stressed the need for the people to be prayerful so that “they would not miss out when Nigeria gets to the Prom­ised Land.”

According to him, there is urgent need for all and sundry to em­brace agriculture.

The fiery pastor while commenting on the current ad­ministration of Governor Wil­lie Obiano of Anambra State, said, “I won’t tell you that I am satisfied with Obiano’s performance. I see Willy is working on T-shirts, face caps, billboards, cars and buses but we are Anambrarians. You don’t have to advertise to us that you are working. Fashola never advertised his years as a governor of Lagos state but what he did has become a living legacy.

“Willy Obiano should fin­ish the roads initiated by his predecessor. Many roads Willy flagged off are not yet done. His words should be his bond and the one tarred by previous government should be maintained. They are getting bad. The people want to see and feel the im­pact of his government and not hearing the songs of his performance.

“Obiano is trying pay­ing workers’ salaries; he is equally trying in the area of security but things have de­teriorated at Upper Iweka area of Onitsha and there is a spill-over effect in Nnewi as people are now being robbed in broad daylight in Nnewi.

“I want to give Obiano an advice. I have been warning him for the past three years to beware of sycophants. If anyone tells him his of­fice is not vacant, that in­dividual is deceiving him. He should not leave the All Progressives Grand Al­liance (APGA). If he ever tries that he should forget reelection. Many problems will still crop up in APGA but he should stay and tackle the problems.

“Again, he has problems with a lot of politicians. He should go make peace with them, es­pecially Peter Obi, Ifeanyi Ubah and many others. If he makes peace with these ones, there are chances of his second tenure.

On Victor Umeh, the cleric said: “I gave out a prophesy three years ago at Obi Umudim that he is not going anywhere. If he wants to go further in poli­tics he should remember where he started.”

The man of God who prophesied Buhari’s elec­tion victory and political crises that will later culmi­nate into Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu problems said emphatically that Dr. Ifeanyi Ubah would one day gov­ern Anambra State.

His words: “That young man (Ubah) has a lot to of­fer. He is destined to turn things around. He has the capacity and ability to turn things around for the best in Anambra State in just two years. He will turn the state around for the better. If he should listen to the di­rection of God, he will cer­tainly govern the state.

“But he should beware and wary of sycophants. He should not forget how the syco­phants ran him down in his first aspiration to govern the state. People came to tell him what they are not. He spent heavily on them, yet they did not do any­thing for him in return to actualize his aspiration.”


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