Guber Polls: Cleric Predicts Loss For An Incumbent Gov In S/South
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The Senior Apostle of the Passion of The Cross of Jesus Ministries, Matthew Idongesit, has predicted that the incumbent Governor of Akwa Ibom State and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Emmanuel Udom, will lose in Saturday’s governorship election in Akwa Ibom State.

While speaking at his church auditorium in Uyo, the Akwa Ibom State capital, the respected cleric said it was shown to him in his meditations, after a seven-day fast to seek the face of God concerning the elections on the 9th or March.

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“Every time there is a decision like this to be made about a very improtant event, I go into seven days of fasting and seeking the face of God concerning which direction he would be taking his people, and this time, it has been revealed to me concerning the fate of the people of Akwa Ibom State, that the APC candidate, Nsima Ekere, is God’s choice for the Akwa Ibom people,” he said.

Idongesit also noted that this was not the first time he is getting this message, and God had proven himself and eventual happenings have confirmed his message each time.

He, however, predicted a free and fair election and that, contrary to what everyone expects, the elections will be free and fair, and the will of God will be done as Nsima Ekere would emerge victorious.

Akwa Ibom indigenes like so many other states in Nigeria will go to the polls tomorrow to determine who will be the next governor of the state for the next four years.

The incumbent governor and PDP candidate in the elections, Emmanuel Udom, is being challenged by the immediate past Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Nsima Ekere who is also the APC candidate.