Kanu is Buhari’s Trophy to Hang Unto Power-Nnewi Cleric

*Blasts Igbo, Other Ethnic Leaders

From Ngozi Omah, Dec 7,2021

Leaders of the Igbo nation and other nationalities in Nigeria has attracted the fiery tongue of the renowned Nnewi-based fire-eating prophet of God and Spiritual Head of Soul Revival Outreach Nnewi, Anambra State, Brother Iyke Uzukwu over their laissez-faire attitude towards the arrest and detention of the leader of the Indigineuos People of Biafra (IPOB) Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

He disclosed that it was evident that President Muhammadu Buhari was not going to set Kanu who is currently being detained by the DSS in Abuja Free.

Uzukwu, in a session with journalists at Nnewi said as a matter of fact that President Buhari will not free the leader of IPOB contrary to expectations of many for his early release.

The cleric emphasized that it’s evident from the utterances and body language of Buhari and his managers that’s it would e his successor that will actually free the IPOB leader.

According to the preacher, “No amount of intimidation can stop Nnamdi Kanu, he is passionately committed to concluding the journey which Chief Emeka Ojukwu started in 1967. And Kanu has been consistently speaking about marginalization of Ndigbo in Nigeria.

“Nnamdi Kanu has assumed the leadership of Ndigbo because the political leaders rather than talk about the evils being perpetrated against their kith and kin decided to play the ostrich by keeping quiet in the face of the unprecedented injustices against Igbo nation especially by the Buhari administration. Whoever that underrates the leader of IPOB will be doing so at his own risk; and Buhari and his henchmen know it, he stressed.

Reasoning for peace, Uzukwu said that the smartest thing Buhari should do is to tow the path of reason and allow Kanu go home in peace.

“A lot of criminal elements have taken advantage of the insecurity in the South East, committing all manner of atrocities, killing, kidnapping and stealing. Nnamdi Kanu must be released so that he can address the people who are seeing him as the reigning undisputable Igbo leader.

“We thank President Buhari for the second Niger bridge but Ndigbo deserve much more than that. We need international seaport in Onitsha, there is railways across the northern part of Nigeria that were even extended to other African nations, yet there is none in the entire Igboland…”, the fiery Prophet pointed out.

He particularly called for compensation and apology to the Igbo youths who have been in detention for over fifteen years only to be discharged and acquitted recently by a federal high court sitting in Awka. “Terrorists are being compensated on the flimsy excuse that they have repented while Igbo youths are being marked for extermination and destruction”, he declared.

On 2023 general election, the Prophet said that any politician who is more than 60 years old should not aspire to contest for presidency.

He said that President Buhari’s loss of control of his administration due to old age is reason for old people to allow younger persons with youthful energy come into the saddle of leadership.

“Many corrupt government officials fled the country when President Buhari came on board in 2015 but today, corruption has become the order of the day under his watch which I believe is caused by his inability to control the cabals within his cabinet due to his old age and very ow energy.

Uzukwu who prophesied about a smear plan to set up Apostle Johnson Suleiman of Omega Fire Ministries in 2019 said that the plan against the Auchi-based pastor was still on.

He said that some people are actually playing games with the man of God but added quickly that people will start confessing their roles in the plot to set up Apostle Suleiman when they start reaping the fruits of their attack on an innocent man of God whose ministry is still experiencing great growth not minding the satanic schemes.

Bro Uzukwu however urged Apostle Suleiman to remain steadfast and prayerful especially against temptation.

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