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Clergyman to IPOB: Change your strategy on stay-at-home order

Bishop Abraham Chris Udeh of the Mount Zion Faith Global Liberation Ministries (a.k.a By Fire By Fire), Nnewi, Anambra State has advised the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to discontinue the sit-at-home order in the South East. Bishop Udeh gave the advice at the end of his ministry’s forty days and forty nights fasting and prayer for the freedom of the Igbo.


He urged IPOB to apply a better strategy which would not hurt their people. He said: “Having seen that the Federal Government is deliberately keeping Nnamdi Kanu in detention for the Igbo to remain in agony.”


“Those abroad are the architects of this sit-at-home order. People who come to do business in Onitsha now divert to Lagos.


The worst that has happened to the South East is destroying our business. The sit-athome order can be strictly limited to days when Kanu will appear in court.


“Our enemies want us to destroy ourselves. I saw in the spiritual realm where the motor and motorcycle spare parts business was shifted to Lagos because of incessant closure of markets in the South East. “I see many importers and other business people from the South East relocating to Lagos.


Every Monday sit-at-home order has inflicted a lot of injuries to the Igbo race.” Bishop Udeh contended that since the sit-at-home order strategy has not forced the Federal Government to free Kanu, there would be no need to continue with it.


He said he had observed that even if the sit-at-home order was carried out one million times, President Muhammadu Buhari would not be ready to look at the direction of the people sitting at home, adding that Ndigbo would remain the sufferers.


The Bishop said his ministry used the event of fourty days and fourty nights fasting and praying to talk to God over the release of Nnamdi Kanu. Commenting on the just concluded Anambra State governorship election, one of the guest preachers at the event, Bishop Jude Godwin, Chairman of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Anambra State branch said that the election was peaceful.


He attributed it to what he described as the manifestation of the hand of God. Another guest preacher, Bishop Laz Obiorah, centered his sermon on indecent dressing in some churches. He warned that worshippers in all churches must always watch what they put on to come to worship God. He said that indecent dressing would attract the anger of God.

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