Biafra Religion
  • FaceBook
  • Twitter
  • Pin It
  • Linkedin
  • Buffer
  • WhatsApp

JUST IN!!! Simon Ekpa Sends Strong Message And Warning To Ebuka Obi Over Arrest Of Mathias Ezeaku

By Wisdom Nwedene

Nnamdi Kanu’s disciple, Simon Ekpa has asked Pastor Ebuka Obi to release Igbo Traditionalist, Mathias Ezeaku immediately.

IGBERE TV had reported that Mathias Ezeaku was rearrested after he jumped bail by the police.

Reacting over the incident, Ekpa said even though Mathias Ezeaku doesn’t preach Biafra yet, is a Biafran by birth as an Igboman, and his traditional omenala teaching is legal in Biafra territory.

According to him, “We are calling on Ebuka Obi to immediately release Mathias Ezeaku.
In the United State of Biafra, we have three main religions, and they are as follows:
-Traditional Omenala religion
-Jewish religion
-Christian religion
Mathias Ezeaku, even though he doesn’t preach Biafra yet, is a Biafran by birth as an Igboman, and his traditional omenala teaching is legal in Biafra territory.”

“On this note, we are mandating Ebuka Obi to immediately order his release and seize from intimidating other religious group within Biafraland otherwise, we will ban his church in Biafraland until he learn and start living like Christ Jesus. ”

“Biafra territory will not accommodate Ebuka Obi and his businesses, if the above demand is ignored and within 72hrs. ”

“After this time has elapsed and Mathias is still being illegally detained by you, you will remain in Lagos until only God knows.”

STAY WITH IGBERE TV. AFRICA’S NO1 COMMUNITY TV.

Anambra man of the year awardAnambra man of the year award
  • FaceBook
  • Twitter
  • Pin It
  • Linkedin
  • Buffer
  • WhatsApp

Wisdom Nwedene studied English Language at Ebonyi State University. He is a writer, an editor and has equally interviewed many top Nigerian Politicians and celebrities. For publication of your articles, press statements, upload of biography, video content, contact him via email: nwedenewisdom@gmail.com

Comments are closed.

We've noticed you're using an AD blocker

Our content is brought to you Free of Charge because of our advertisers.

To continue enjoying our content, please turn off your ad blocker.

It's off now