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Biafra has divine blessing, says cleric

Biafra has divine blessing, says cleric

Biafra has divine blessing, says cleric

A cleric of the Royal House of David, Prophet Godfrey Gbujie, has said that the de­mand for a Sovereign State of Biafra has been endorsed by God.
Addressing a press con­ference at his Akabo resi­dence in

Ahiara Mbaise lo­cal government area of Imo State, Gbujie pointed out that the rising social strug­gle for the Igbo nation’s res­toration is divinely inspired and unstoppable.

The prophet had predict­ed before the 2015 general elections that Buhari and Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha would win their seats, although he had told the media not to publish his prophecy on Okorocha.
According to him, “God’s anger on the leaders of Northern Nigeria was enor­mous in that another ter­rible rebellious group in ad­dition to Boko Haram will spring up from the north very soon.
“This second rebellious group will be led by two seasoned Nigerian trained Army generals and soon after, a more terrible and fiercer opposition group led by a younger trained Nige­ria military commander will emerge from the South.”
Gbujie warned that two signs would herald his pre­diction. The first would be a serious air disaster to be recorded within the Imo airspace soon.
The second is that two very prominent Nigerians working and walking in partnership along a North/South highway shall make history.
“As they walk along, sud­denly, the senior partner will get struck to death due to circumstance not very clear and this will result to a serious commotion and public revolt in Nigeria’’, he said.
Gbujie said that Nigeria would witness another civil war if the nation’s leader, President Muhammadu Buhari did not act swiftly to resolve the national ques­tions, saying the country is passing through a gathering storm of God’s anger and pitiable dangers.
Gbujie explained that the reason for the briefing on the revelations was the need for Nigerians and the world to take note and possibly apply solutions to avert the dangers ahead.

 

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