The General Overseer, Wind of Change Deliverance Ministry with headquarters situated at the end of Queen Street by the New Lagos/Asaba Expressway, Agbor, Ika South Local Government Area, Apostle (Dr.) Chuks Elisha Okenye also known as Baba Fire, has expressed condolences to the State Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa over the death of his father, Pa. Arthur Okowa.
According to Apostle Okenye, “Dear Governor kindly accept my deepest condolences over the death of your father, Pa. Arthur Okowa. I also commiserate with the entire family, Owa-Alero and the people of Delta State.
“Many doubted me when I said that I saw Gov. Okowa mourning in the prophecy I released for 2021 which was published three weeks ago. Now it is a prophecy fulfilled, but I thank God that our governor is mourning his aged father which calls for celebration of life for the fact that in the revelation who the governor was mourning was not made known to me.
“At 87, Pa. Okowa has lived a fulfilled and memorable life despite that he had the dream not to die until his son, Governor Okowa becomes the president of the country.
“Despite the fact that death is inevitable, the dream of late Pa. Okowa that his son the governor will rule the country at the presidency level will come pass if it is the will of God. And I will include this dream as part of prayer request whenever I want to pray because nothing is impossible in the sight of God”.
, also known as Baba Fire enjoined Christians never to joke with prophetic declaration as it is the interpretation of the mind of God on a thing. He urged that people should learn to pray to God for positive result in any prophecy released that is not clear.
Late Pa. Okowa gave up the ghost at Federal Medical Centre after brief illness in the early hours of Thursday, January 28, 2021. The late patriarch was an accomplished teacher, a distinguished public servant, loving father, community leader, elder statesman and devout member of St. Michael Anglican Church Owa-Alero, his hometown.
Before his death, he was the Okpara-Uku of Idumu-Ebor Quarters, Owa-Alero and bagged the chieftaincy title of Ojeagbe of Owa Kingdom.