I AM HAPPY OKOWA HAS PRODUCED HIS SUCCESSOR, BUT-Baba Fire
By Patrick Gbuchanye
Senior Apostle and General Overseer, Wind of Change Deliverance Ministry with headquarter situated at the end of Queen Street off New Benin/Asaba Expressway, Agbor, Ika South Local Government Area, Apostle Dr. Chuks Elisha Okenye JP popularly known as Baba Fire during a recent interview expressed joy that Governor Ifeanyi Okowa has succeeded in producing a successor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, the governor-elect of Delta State.
In the words of Apostle Okenye, he said, “I am super happy and I return all glory to God that my big brother and uncle, Governor Okowa has succeeded in producing a successor despite the political battles he faced. It was indeed the handwork of God and I congratulate Okowa for being victorious.
“My joy as well as my desire is to see the continuity of Okowa’s legacies which speak volumes of his administration. Oborevwori is the man after Okowa’s heart to keep up his good work.
“Sincerely, going by Okowa’s achievements, Oborevwori is about to wear a big shoe and I am confident he will sustain the tempo since his principal has found him worthy for the job.
“But one thing Governor Okowa should do to sustain his political leadership is to hand over genuinely while giving his fatherly advice when needed. It is only on this ground Okowa will finish his two tenures strongly as the governor of Delta State.
Further responding, Apostle Okenye frowned at the issue arising from the concluded 2023 general election. He declared the performance of the chairman Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for the 2023 general elections, Professor Mahmood Yakubu as a total failure, which according to him will continue to speak against him now and afterward.
While further expressing his dissatisfaction, the man of God said the unsatisfactory outcome of the presidential election has remained a thing of worry to many Nigerians who are now looking up to the judiciary for justice.
“I want to use this opportunity to assure Nigerians that irrespective of who becomes the president, there will be a new Nigeria which according to him is the promise of God that will not fail.
“Among the prophecies of the year is an old man sitting on Nigeria’s Presidential seat but temporary. The unsatisfactory presidential election by INEC may lead to an interim government so everyone should join in praying against the crisis.
“Nigerians had high hopes about the credibility of the 2023 election, but INEC led by Professor Yakubu failed woefully on their promise”.
Continuing, Apostle Okenye commended the dexterity of Peter Obi in the presidential election, saying that he has made history in Nigeria and the world in changing the narrative that electoral power belongs to the masses.
“No doubt Peter Obi is a blessing to the Labour Party for giving the party a name that saw other candidates emerge victorious. Obi’s electoral drive is a lesson to our political representatives that their four years in office are not far to be voted out once they fail to perform.
“Gradually, the era of selection of candidates irrespective of political party is becoming a thing of the past with the outcome of the 2023 election.
“Representatives who failed to do well but are reelected should change to rebuild their image by performing”.
Speaking on the devastating condition of Agbor-Uromi Road which he said has become a mockery for Okowa and Hon. Victor Nwokolo, the member representing Ika Federal Constituency at the Green Chamber who is now going for fourth tenure, appealed to them to use their good offices to ensure that it received immediate government attention. He lamented the menace of the erosion ravaging the area such as the Alibuba, Obi Road, and UBE roads which have claimed lives and destroyed residential buildings, which equally has led many to abandon their homes for their lives.
He also appealed to the duo of Okowa and Nwokolo that if there be further delay over the commencement of work on the Agbor-Uromi Road that good palliative measures be done to ameliorate the suffering of the people of the area and passersby before the rainy season.
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