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Don’t disappoint poor masses who voted for you, cleric tells Obiano

Spiritual Director of Holy Ghost Adoration Ministry, Uke Anambra State, Reverend Father Emmanuel Obimma, a.k.a Ebube-Muonso, has warned the re-elected Governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano, not to disappoint the poor masses who voted for him to emerge winner in the November 18, 2017 governorship election.

Rev. Fr. Obimma gave the warning on Wednesday in his Iwene Tansi Parish Umudioka, Dunukofia Local Government Area, Anambra State.

He said: ‘’It is now left for Obiano to justify the vote by filling in the gap in areas he did not do well in the past three and half years. This is the time for him to re-strategise in order to make the people happy because he knows that some people are not happy with him but for me, he scored above average. He did well in the area of security and payment of workers salary and other areas. The Holy Spirit is warning him not to forget the poor masses.

The cleric said he believes that Obiano won the election because people are tired of imposition of candidates and godfatherism in the state, adding “I believe that we have passed the level of godfatherism in Anambra State and that was why they gave him a sympathy vote.

Rev. Fr. Obimma said Obiano winning last Saturday’s governorship election was a fulfillment of his prophecy before the election.

He said against the insults, uncomplimentary and unnecessary remarks he got from the public when he said he saw plans hatched by the evil ones to manipulate the victory for Obiano, hence the Holy Ghost family Uke prayed against the plot at the Adoration ground which averted the plans.

His words: ‘’I am very happy at the outcome of the election and Anambrarians are also very happy. I predicted it and when the message came, I saw Obiano emerging a winner of the contest but I also saw the evil one planning to rig him out and because he stepped on the Adoration ground, we prayed against the evil intentions of the wicked ones.

“I remember what happened after prophesy, people were calling me fake prophet just because I said what the Holy Spirit revealed to me. I told him in confidence that he will win after praying for him and he eventually he won to the glory of God. Remember, I did not campaign for anybody. I am just the mouth piece of God. I am a priest of God,
I am neither a politician nor partisan. The Church of God and the party of God is my own party. Holy Spirit endows His prophet with gifts”.

The cleric advised former Governor of the state, Mr. Peter Obi, who he said did wonderfully well during his administration, to congratulate Obiano on his victory while the overnor should extend hand of fellowship to him.

‘’In fact, Obi was the one that handed the baton over to Obiano. We believe so much in his credibility. I expect him to congratulate Willie Obiano and let love continue to lead Anambra state. Obiano should also find a way of extending a hand of fellowship and love to him.

“The international best practice is to congratulate or support whoever that emerges winner for peace and unity of the country or state. For me, all the candidates should come under one roof in thanksgiving to God. It is not easy to contest for an election and I thank them for their courage.

‘’Obiano should keep behind all the tantrums that were thrown at him during the election which were much. People called him names; a thief, a drunkard and so on, those things are hurting but Christ is our ideal. So, I want the governor to find a place in his heart to forgive them”.

On the verdict of the Justice Tinuade Akomolafe Wilson led team of Abuja Division of the Court of Appeal, on Monday, ordering the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to conduct a re-run election for Anambra Central Senatorial District within 90 days, Rev. Fr. Obimma described it as a welcome development to stop the suffering and deprivation in constituency projects, employment and other benefits to the senatorial zone.

While lamenting the delay in conducting the election by INEC sequel to the different court cases on the issue, Fr. Obimma said the constituents of Anambra central senatorial zone have suffered untold deprivation sequel to non-representation for several months, even as he urged the electorate to start preparing for the election to have equal representation like other senatorial zones.

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