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Guber 2019: Nsima will be voted massively – John Okoriko Prophesies

Obong Nsima Ekere

By Ekemini Simon

The Founder of Solid Rock Kingdom Church, Apostle John Okoriko has dropped what many from the Christendom may describe as prophecy towards the forthcoming 2019 gubernatorial elections in the State by stating that the Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, Obong Nsima Ekere will get massive votes if he avails himself for the election.

TheMail newspaper reports that Apostle Okoriko stated this during his exhortation at the recent inauguration of a Sociopolitical group, One for Change which he was also inaugurated as the National Religious Affairs Officer of the organization.

The Solid Rock Kingdom Church Founder noted that Nsima Ekere is an excellent personality that everyone likes across political parties and will receive a wide acceptability by Akwa Ibom people if he indicates interest in the gubernatorial race.

The cleric also said “Nsima’s capacity is worthy of note as he’s currently overseeing the growth of nine(9) states. He is loved and respected by other States which he serves.”

According to him, the responsibility of the NDDC MD is more tasking than that of a State governor, hence refining Nsima Ekere for more leadership responsibility.

He said those who will choose to ignore his prophecy will do so at their peril stressing that that was the same way some did not take his prophecy about Muhammadu Buhari emerging President of the country until it happened.

Okoriko who pointed out that he believes in the slogan Change as represented by the inaugurated One for Change Organization, noted that change means that things can’t remain the same.

He said that he was desirous of positive change in the State as that will drive development and advancement to the people.

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