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Wike’s Second Term Secured – Cleric



Rivers State Governor, Chief Ezebunwo Nyesom Wike

Ahead of the forthcoming general elections, the General Overseer of Omega Power Ministries (OPM), Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere, has declared that the second tenure of Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike is secured.

The cleric further declared that his 2014 endorsement of the governor still subsists because it has not been withdrawn, saying that Wike has been ordained for a divine second term because of his projects delivery.

Chinyere, who spoke at the OPM headquarters, Mbodo Aluu, near Port Harcourt, said the governor has used his divine mandate to improve infrastructure across the state and deliver good governance to Rivers people.

The cleric said: “The key to Government House which we divinely handed over to Governor Wike in 2014 before his first term is still in his pocket.

“Therefore, he will finish his second. I now hand over to Governor Wike the key to his second term. The governor will conclude his second term. Any plot against the governor’s second term will be scattered in Jesus Name.”

He stated that the governor fulfilled his promise to the Church by releasing the land they acquired along the airport, adding that  action has led to the expansion of OPM.

Chinyere stated that the Church will continue to support the state government through investments in free education, rehabilitation of commercial sex and criminals.

The cleric said: “If all Churches operate free schools , crime will reduce. The government should enact a law  that churches that  fail to operate free schools should  pay tax. We are also going to construct an All Girls Technical College.”

In his remarks, Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, Christians must fully participate in the electoral process to determine the right leadership to transform the country.

Wike stated that the refusal of Christians to use their voting strength has helped to enthrone poor leadership.

The governor said in 2019, Christians should effectively use their permanent voters cards to vote for credible leaders with the capacity to govern and improve the economy.

He said: “You can only stop the emergence of a bad leader if you  use your voters cards in the right direction. Don’t sit down and allow anybody to say they are more than you in number. When we are unconcerned and uninterested, bad leadership comes to the country.”

Wike agreed that his second term is secured because God has confirmed it through the voice of a leading cleric, Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere.

The governor said: “If the General Overseer has given me the key to Government House, nobody can receive the key. Even if they bring a crane or submarine, the key is secured.

“They are fighting themselves while I am moving ahead . God  has placed a spirit of confusion in them.”

He noted that he will continue to partner with the Church to develop Rivers State, pointing out that his political strength and presence flows from the support of the  church.

Wike called on the Church to pray against violent elections in Rivers State, plans by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to manipulate the results and plans to use security agencies to manipulate polls.



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