As the 2023 general elections draw closer, a powerful cleric, Rev. Jerry Nwachukwu, has said that in the spiritual realm, he saw hands unveiling Labour Party banners in many states of Nigeria.
In a chat with newsmen on Sunday, January 29, Rev. Nwachukwu, who is the senior pastor of the Bible Base Miracle Assembly, Nkpor, Idemili North local government area of Anambra State, noted that that the LP will make big impact in the coming elections.
Rev. Nwachukwu said that there will be waves that will make or mar many politicians, and that the wave will introduce the messiah that Nigeria and Nigerians have long sought for.
He said, “In the February 25, 2023 general election, I see people working unknowingly for the victory of the LP. They will do what they do not suppose to do, and say what they do not suppose to say, which will ultimately be to the advantage of the LP.”
He advised the 18 political parties in the contest, particularly Atiku Abubakar of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and Ahmed Bola Tinubu of the All Progressive Congress (APC) to accept whatever that will be the outcome of the 2023 elections, because, according to him, there will be surprises; and those that moved before God Almighty to say that the LP candidate will not win will be shamed.
He also cautioned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) not to shift the 2023 general elections; noting that there are no justifiable reasons why elections will not hold as scheduled.
On the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, Rev. Nwachukwu warned Southeast governors and politicians not to use his ordeal to play politics.
He observed that many politicians in the Southeast, who left Kanu to his own fate before now, have turned into praise-singers for the IPOB leader, with a view to currying favour to themselves and their political parties.
Rev. Nwachukwu noted that Kanu’s freedom is not in the hands of any political dispensation of administration; but in the hands of God, who will, at His own time, turn His situation around, and make him a hero.
He told Igbo politicians and stakeholders that what they should do is to make sincere appeal to, and negotiate with the federal authorities on how to appease the Biafran agitators.