Nnamdi Kanu Will Be Released Next Month —Archbishop Ibezim Prophesies

Apr 10, 2022 - 17:38
Apr 10, 2022 - 17:43
Nnamdi Kanu Will Be Released Next Month —Archbishop Ibezim Prophesies

By Izunna Okafor, Awka

The Archbishop, Ecclesiastical Province of the Niger and Bishop of Awka Diocese, Most Revd. Alexander Chibuzor Ibezim, has said that the detained Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu will be released in May this year.

Archbishop Ibezim made this revelation on Saturday at the 2022 Lenten Prayer Convention of the Diocese, themed "This Mountain Shall Be Removed", held at the Paul University, Awka, Anambra State capital.

Speaking at the event, the Anglican prelate prophesied that God will touch the leadership of the country to release the IPoB leader so as to end the killings and destructions currently going in the south-east.

“God has already given us a breakthrough. We are going to celebrate a breakthrough.

“We shall witness fantastic testimony, and we are making a declaration that wherever Nnamdi Kanu is, he will be released by this time next month.

“God will touch the leadership of Nigeria so that this calamity that is taking place in the Southeast will end. By this time next month or anytime in the month of May, he will be released and there will be peace in Eastern Nigeria and Anambra State, especially.

“I'm not a politician but a prophet and when a prophet speaks, things happen. It is time injustice ceased to exist in Nigeria. Injustice, killings and calamities will cease in Southeastern Nigeria.

“If we watch my prayers, I don't pray like politicians who always do things to attract attention. I believe that my people will be set free and there won't be war or destruction in this land. 

“We need humility because nobody is safe when the poor are not safe. The rich in our midst must do everything to ensure the safety of the poor. Otherwise they won't be safe to enjoy their riches. So, both the rich and the poor should cry unto God.

“We are going through insecurity and poverty difficulties and challenges especially in the southeast. I believe that God has answered our prayers and the women are going home with joy.

“People are so bothered. There are wars and insecurity. When these happen, it's an indication that people need to come together to seek God's face. We don't need human wisdom to handle spiritual matters.”

Earlier in his sermon at the Prayer Convention, Bishop Oluwaseun Aderogba of Jebba Diocese, Kwara State, said that God is ready to remove obstacles that had hindered justices to the people of the country.

He urged Christians to rely on God, as He remaina the solution to the numerous challenges in the land.

On his own part, the convention Coordinator and Planning Committee, Ven. Ifeanyi Umeh said the prayer convention removes mountains of insecurity, sickness, bad governance, poverty, economic hardship, wastage of human lives, unemployment and many more others tormenting people in southeast and beyond.

Contributing, Ven. Prince Chuma Oranye emphasized that the aim of the event was for people to pray so that the devil will not have way in their lives again. 

"The people are faced with burdens. Also the Anambra state is troubled in several ways. We need rest and we are here to have rest in every area of our life,” he said.

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Izunna Okafor Izunna Okafor is an award-winning Nigerian novelist, poet, journalist, essayist, editor, translator, publicist, Igbo language activist and administrator who hails from Ebenator in Nnewi South Local Government Area of Anambra State, Nigeria. He writes perfectly in English and Igbo languages, and has published several books in both languages. He has received over 25 awards, and has over 2000 articles published online, both nationally and internationally, cutting across creative writing and journalism. See his full profile at: https://9jabooks.com/profile/484