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Ebube Muonso Thunders! Seer Gives Verdict On The Outcome Of Anambra Governorship Election ~Omonaijablog


He is not your regular Prophet or Seer that will jump at every opportunity to make prophecy.

Rev. Fr. Obimma Emmanuel, aka Ebube Muonso, is not a policitian, but a respected man of God who is apolitical.

In his gentle but firm approach to state of things in Anambra State most especially, as the state prepares for the November 6, 2021 Governorship election, Rev. Fr. Obimma Emmanuel, aka Ebube Muonso has said; “Anambra State is pregnant. Somebody that will emerge as governor will be a surprise to many. The internal party fracas will definitely affect many parties.
“In the coming election, there will be a lot of apathy, dissension and acrimony. Supporters of some political parties will work against their parties. That is where the expected outcome of the governorship election will be affected. In all, God will have the final say."

His prophecy without mincing of words favors the Governorship aspiration of Nze Akachukwu Nwankpo, former Aide to President Goodluck Jonathan, who emerged as the African Democratic Congress, ADC Governorship candidate for the November 6 gubernatorial contest in Anambra state. 

Emerging from a primary election which many described as tranquil, credible, transparent and devoid of irregularities as endorsed by INEC delegation that monitored the whole process, Nwankpo after his victory vowed to protect lives and property of the Anambra residents and restore the pride of his people anywhere in Nigeria.

According to him, "under my watch, I will not tolerate anybody coming here to kill innocent citizen and go Scot free, I will ensure security of all and restore the dignity of Igbo man in Nigeria.

“We will continue to respect and love our neighbours, my people will no longer live as if nobody cares for them, anybody who kills anybody here will be pursued and brought to book.


Oputa Ife adi! Akachukwu Nwankpo!

ADC
Kwem n' aka, Gwam Eziokwu!

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