I Saw Uzodinma in Prison, not in Govt House, says Seer



  • He‘ll go same way Ihedioha went, Douglas House can’t accommodate an Orlu man now.

A seer, Prophet Chisom Ekwuonna has counselled supporters of the new Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma to cut shorthair celebration.

The Prophet said Uzodinma’s Governorship would be short-lived.

According to him, he saw Uzodinma in prison and not in the hallowed chambers of the government house in Owerri.

Prophet Ekwonna said, I am not seeing Hope Uzodinma in the government, I am seeing him in the prison. This is what I saw and I stand by it. If I don’t stand by it, it means I am not hearing from God.

I Saw Uzodinma in Prison, not in Govt House, says Seer
I Saw Uzodinma in Prison, not in Govt House, says Seer

“Write it bold that hope will not remain in Douglas House”

When questioned on what will take him to prison, he responded, I don’t know but I saw him in prison.

He recalled his earlier prophecy in which he said that Douglas House will not accommodate any person from Orlu Zone, adding that the same way Emeka Ihedioha was removed is the same Uzodinma will go.

Prophet Ekwunna of the living seed ministries had in a prediction published in an Owerri based newspaper (Daily Nigerian Horn of September 23, 2019) prophesied that Ihedioha will lose at the Supreme Court.

In the same prophecy, he had declared that Uche Nwosu and Uzodinma can never be Governor.

Meanwhile, the declaration of Hope Uzodinma as the Imo State Governor sent shockwaves down the spines of many Imolites who cried blue murder at the development.

Uzodinma at the last general election placed a distant fourth but had been declared the winner following the admission by the Supreme Court of results from 318 polling booths.

The capital city of Owerri has remained quiet since the pronouncement.


Madumere Felicitates With Uzodinma On Judicial Victory

  • Accept apex court’s verdict in good faith ex-deputy gov tells opposition

A former Deputy Governor of Imo State, Prince Eze Madumere has congratulated Senator Hope Uzodinma on his victory at the Supreme Court.

The apex court on 14th January declared Uzodinma as the validly elected Governor of Imo State.

Madumere described his emergence as a victory for democracy, saying that the all progressive congress has bounced back after a long tortoise legal battle.

He described Uzodinma as a determined, focused and result-oriented person.

Madumere disclosed that he had spoken with Uzodinma, saying that “all that matters is to put smiles on the faces of Imolites”.

He also said that it is time for healing for All Progressive Congress.

Madumere said; “at this auspicious time of glory, I warmly congratulate the Governor of Imo State, Senator Hope Uzodinma. It is our victory.

“Senator Hope Uzodinma has proven that he is a goal-getter and by this victory at the Apex Court, he has rewritten the history of APC in our State and Nigeria at large.

“As we celebrate, the victory is to improve the welfare of the people and the development of our state. It has also created room for healing in our party”.

He, however, urged the opposition to take the verdict of the apex court in good faith saying that such is part of the ingredients of democracy.

He commended them for helping in strengthening democratic culture in the state and in the state and for obeying the rule of law.

He, therefore, called on Imo people to rally the new governor round, assuring that Uzodinma will live up to expectations as he will leverage on the policies and programmes of APC to take the state to a greater height.


Ajumbe Hails Uzodinma’s Victory

A former commissioner in Imo State, Chief Vitals Ajumbe has congratulated new Governor of Imo State, Senator Hope Uzodinma on his victory at the Supreme Court.

He also hailed the all progressives congress (APC) for regaining the levers of power in Imo State.

I Saw Uzodinma in Prison, not in Govt House, says Seer
I Saw Uzodinma in Prison, not in Govt House, says Seer

In a statement, Ajumbe, an APC chieftain said: “I congratulate Senator Hope Uzodinma and all APC members for the victory.

“Imo State has come back to APC where it originally belonged

He urged those who insulted Revd Fr. Ejike Mbaka for pretending the ouster of Rt Hon. Emeka Ihidioha to apologize to the cleric.

Ajumbe said, “People who called Rev. Ejike Mbaka false prophet should now apologize to him publicly.

“Mbaka prophesied it and it has come to pass. The highest court in Nigeria has it and there is no going back. “Congratulations to Senator Hope Uzodinma and his Deputy, Prof. Placid Njoku”

Ajumbe noted that the former governor tried his best to outwit other contestants during the poll.

“Emeka Ihedioha tried his best. He fought like a lion. He outsmarted his opponents in the last Governorship Election.

“He should take it like a sportsman. Age is still on his side. He may one day be the Governor of Imo State” God Bless Imo State”, Ajumbe said.


Supreme Court Judgment Is Unfair, Unjust – Ihedioha

Former governor of Imo State, Emeka Ihedioha has kicked against the judgment of the Supreme Court which removed him from office

The former governor said that the judgment unfair and unjust.

According to Ihedioha, the verdict of the seven-man panel led by Chief Justice of Nigeria, Tanko Mohammed was at variance with the voting during the election.

In a statement he personally signed, the former governor, however, resigned himself to fate.

He observed that it is only God who knows why he allowed his ouster to happen. Ihedioha reiterated that he sought to elevate merit of purpose, honesty, transparency and an inclusive approach to governance in the seven months his government lasted. He said his administration worked hard to re-engineer Imo renaissance. The former deputy speaker, House of Representatives said he would continue to cherish the tremendous goodwill and support given to him by Imo people. He disclosed that the secretary to the state government (SSG), Uche Onyeagucha would coordinate the hand over to the new governor even as he urged all his aides to prepare their handover notes as he would not be a party to pilfering of government funds and property.



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