Anambra State Governor, Chief Willie Obiano, yesterday raised the alarm that there have been evil spirits within the Government House.
Consequently, he has urged the church to hope in order that the evil spirits would go away the State House.
The governor made the confession by way of the Secretary to the State Government, Prof. Solo Chukwubelu on the Dr. Alex Ekwueme Square, Awka through the Province of the Niger, Anglican Prayer Rally of Anambra State (APRAS) 2019 with the theme “The Righteous shall Flourish like Palm Tree.”
The governor, whose confession got here as a response to the ministration of the Bishop of Ogbaru, Rt. Rev. Prosper Amah, who had stated there have been evil spirits within the society, disclosed that there have been additionally evil spirits that come and go within the authorities home.
He due to this fact, referred to as upon the church to hope for the state in order that the evil spirits would go away the federal government home completely and provides the federal government an opportunity to offer high quality companies to the folks.
He stated: “In the Government House, the evil spirits come and go. We urge the church to pray hard to let them leave the government for good.”
But in a swift response to him, the Archbishop, Province of Niger and Bishop, Dioceses of Awka, Most Rev. Alexander Ibezim, careworn that the evil spirits within the authorities home have been human beings.
Ibezim stated whereas the church fights the evil spirits exterior the federal government home with prayers, the Governor ought to present these inside the way in which out of the seat of energy.
He stated: “The authorities ought to struggle evil spirits themselves within the state home, whereas the church will struggle these exterior the federal government home.»
The Archbishop charged Christians to be prayerful so as to have the ability to subdue Satan and its brokers on the lookout for whom to destroy.
The well-attended prayer rally witnessed the transfer of the Holy Spirit as prayers have been supplied for the State, Nigeria, the Church and residents of the nation.