Nnamdi Kanu will be released in May – Popular Bishop

Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB Leader

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Most Revd. Alexander Ibezim, Archbishop Ecclesiastical Province of Niger and Bishop, Diocese of Awka, Anambra State, has announced that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), will be released next month.

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He predicted that God would move the country’s leaders to release the IPOB leader and put an end to the escalating crisis in the southeast.

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Ibezim delivered the keynote address at the 2022 Awka Diocesan annual prayer convention, which was held at Paul University in Awka, Anambra State’s capital, with the theme “This mountain shall be removed.”

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“God has already given us a breakthrough,” he said. We’re going to have a party to commemorate a significant achievement. We’ll hear incredible testimony, and we’re announcing that by this time next month, wherever he is.

God will touch Nigeria’s leadership so that the calamity in the east will come to an end.” He will be released by the end of next month, or sometime in May, and peace will reign in eastern Nigeria and Anambra State.

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I am a prophet, not a politician, and when a prophet speaks, things happen. It is past time for Nigeria to be free of injustice. Injustice, assassinations, and natural disasters will come to an end in the southeast and Nigeria.

“There are people who pursue what they pursue in order to attract attention.” I don’t need anyone to bribe or influence me as a prophet, but I believe that my people will be set free and that this land will be free of war and destruction.”

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“We need humility,” he continued, “because nobody is safe when the poor are not safe.” The wealthy in our midst must do everything possible to ensure the poor’s safety. They won’t be able to enjoy their wealth otherwise. As a result, both the rich and the poor should pray to God.”



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