Continued detention of Kanu: Cleric Advised Ndi-Igbo living In North On What to do

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The General Overseer of Mount Zion Faith Global Liberation Ministries (a.k.a By Fire, By Fire), Nnewi, Anambra State, Archbishop Abraham Chris Udeh, has advised the Igbos living in the Northern part of Nigeria to return back home (Southeast), revealing that he had a revelation of impending war.


Udeh’s warning comes on the heels of the continued detention of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu by the Nigerian government.

Cleric Advised Ndi-Igbo living In North On What to do
Mazi Nnamdi Kanu

The cleric warned that if Kanu, is not immediately released from the prison custody unconditionally, there will be a high volume of blood-letting across some cities in Nigeria.

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Archbishop Udeh, while narrating his prophecy said it was revealed to him in a prophesy, a couple of days ago of blood flowing in the north and southern parts of Nigeria due to a revolution caused by continued detention of Kanu.

He explained that the crisis, according to the way it was revealed to him, snowballed into civil disturbances to the extent that corpses were seen littered by the roadsides in some major cities, while the disturbances lasted.


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“I saw great massacre in the North, South-East and South-South of the federation when people trooped out in the streets chanting war songs and solidarity for the release of Kanu. And there was a clash between the protesters, army and police which led to a holocaust,” Udeh said.

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He warned Ndigbo living in the North to begin to relocate without further delay irrespective of the property they had there, adding that the only thing that could avert the impending crisis was the release of Kanu as many had so demanded.

Udeh noted that from his point of view, Kanu had done nothing to deserve the long period of incarceration he had continued to suffer, stressing that lawmakers of Igbo extraction in the National Assembly should protest to persuade the President Muhammadu Buhari administration to listen to what he called voice of wisdom to release Kanu before the nation is plunged into an avoidable crisis.

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