Gov. Ikpeazu Kneels Down As Assemblies Of God Pastors Pray For Him To Win 2nd Term Election

Date: 10-09-2018 10:27 am (2 years ago) | Author: CLARA JANCITA
- at 10-09-2018 10:27 AM (2 years ago)

Okezie Ikpeazu, current Governor of Abia state, knelt down at an Assemblies of God church branch in Abia state and over 5 pastors prayed for him to win a second term. Members of Assemblies of God Church, Ukaegbu road Aba, prayed for the resounding success of Governor Okezie Ikpeazu in 2019 election and called on God to disgrace his opponents.

According to the district superintendent of the church, Rev Emma Sylva, Ph.D., who led the prayer:
“Governor Ikpeazu fixed our Ukaegbu road among the very first within 100 days of his administration and we gave him the award of “Nehemiah”.

Today, we pray that every Sanballat and Tobiah plotting or contending against our Nehemiah will be disgraced in Jesus name.”

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The governor was later honored by the church’s Men’s ministry with the award of “Dependable Governor” and called on all their members to support the re-election bid of the Governor.

In his response, Governor Ikpeazu thanked the church for supporting his administration with prayers and promised not to be distracted in his quest to renew and add to the road infrastructure stock of the state.

“We are certainly not where we were in 2015, in terms of road infrastructure but we are aware of the need to do more than we have done because of the need to further improve our road infrastructure.

“We promise our people that we will do much more than we have done already. Others will certainly enjoy what residents of Ukaegbu, Ehere, Umuola and all those living or doing business along the more than 67 completed road projects we have executed are enjoying.”

Posted: at 10-09-2018 10:27 AM (2 years ago) | Hero
- Isima1010 at 10-09-2018 03:55 PM (2 years ago)
Anuofia look at how Abia State is messed up,no good sewage system,no good roads,go and rest cause your just a useless man.
Posted: at 10-09-2018 03:55 PM (2 years ago) | Upcoming