BIAFRA: Bishop Reveals Date for Release of IPOB’s Leader, Kanu

The long-awaited moment in the entire South East region, Nigeria and the world is near says a Nigerian Clergy, Ekwemmuor.

The President of the World Christian International Ecumenical Center Worldwide, Rt Rev. Ikechukwu Ekwemmuor has revealed that the leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu will be released before December 15, 2023.

Rt Rev. Ekwemmour gave the revelation during a four day National Ecumenical Prayer Conference which took place at the Anambra state Ecumenical Center, Aguleri, Anambra East Local Government Area.

The conference attracted notable Archbishops, Bishops, and members of the clergy from different denominations from within and outside the state.

The annual prayer conference is an avenue for members of the Christendom to seek God’s divine intervention to enthrone peaceful co-existence and security of life and property.

The conference is an initiative of Bishop Ekwemmour to present issues bothering Ndi Igbo to God and also thank him for the gift of life.

According to the convener, Bishop Ekwemmour said the prayer conference is scheduled across the four market days in Igbo land to unify every onye Igbo for positive turn around and made it clear that Ndi Igbo are waiting for the homecoming of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and assured that a vision given to him by God, the December 15, 2023 date is sacrosanct.

He pointed out that the prayer conference is an evidence that Ndi Igbo worship one God as such collectively engage him in prayer for a common goal.

In a paper presentation, Professor Chukwuemeka Eze revealed that the hatred and marginalization against the Igbo date to the colonial masters who saw Ndi Igbo as challengers to their economic aspirations, hence, built the seed of discord against the Igbo people and pointed out that the recurring issues facing the southeast can be overcome with love, faith in God and quality education for children and empowerment for youths.

Professor Eze listed courage, purity, endurance hard work and respect for elders as the qualities every child of Igbo extraction must possess to prepare and enable them for liberation.

For Pastor Jeremiah Ihenatuoha during his ministration reminded Ndi Igbo that despite the long oppression faced, they should be committed and seek the face of God who in the shortest time will liberate them.

Mrs. Agatha Egenti shared her experiences in the participation of the annual prayer conference and asked for more commitment in the things of God as her journey in the Lord’s vain yard.

Ordination of evangelists, apostles and deaconesses formed the highpoints of the event.

Chibuzo Obidike ( ABS News )


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