In a stunning revelation at the National Ecumenical Prayer Conference held at Anambra State Ecumenical Center, Aguleri, Anambra East Local Government Area, Rt Rev. Ikechukwu Ekwemmuor, President of the World Christian International Ecumenical Center Worldwide, declared that the leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, will be released before December 15, 2023.
The conference, attended by prominent Archbishops, Bishops, and clergy from various denominations, serves as a platform for Christians to seek divine intervention for peaceful coexistence and security.
Bishop Ekwemmuor emphasized the unity of purpose among the Igbo people, stating that the return of Nnamdi Kanu is eagerly awaited and that this vision, granted by God, underscores the significance of the December 15, 2023, date.
In an enlightening presentation, Professor Chukwuemeka Eze traced the historical roots of Igbo marginalization back to colonial times, urging love, faith, quality education, and empowerment as tools to overcome these challenges.
Pastor Jeremiah Ihenatuoha echoed the sentiment, emphasizing the need for unwavering commitment and reliance on God for liberation, despite years of oppression.
Mrs. Agatha Egenti shared her transformative experiences at the annual prayer conference, urging greater dedication to spiritual pursuits. The event culminated in the ordination of evangelists, apostles, and deaconesses, marking a significant spiritual milestone for attendees.