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Terrible Fate Awaits State Governors Prophet Unwana

Thirty-six state governors in Nigeria may face a terrible fate in the near future, it has been revealed.
Some of the governors will later find themselves in prison custody as a result of the consequences.
Prophet Israel A. Uwana, a member of the World Missionary Spiritual Council of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, revealed this in an exclusive interview with The Newswriter Newspaper in Port Harcourt at the Okija/Ngo street Bethel.
Prophet Uwnana said all the remaining governors in the country who were not affected by the President Goodluck Jonathan removal of five governors, should not be over happy that they were not removed as the action has not ended in the meantime.
Uwnana expressed deep displeasure as the nation has not yielded to his past revelations over the calamities befalling the nation.
His words “before the sacking of all governors in 1993, I wrote the governors a letter titled “Special Appeal”on 30th December 1992, but my letter was ignored and shortly afterward the governors were dropped from office in 1993.
“If His Excellency, Governor Chibuike Amaechi of Rivers State had responded to my letter to him on Divine message dated 15th May, 2009, loss of many lives and spilling of innocent blood witnessed during the last general elections could have been averted.
Unwana who is the International Messenger/Peace Maker of God, seized the opportunity to commend Akwa Ibom State director of SSS for his dutiful cooperation by getting divine positions on National security issues to the appropriate authorities which had inadvertently saved Mr. President to survive in office beyond the November 2011 exit dateline.
“If the SSS, PH, has done likewise, the plane crash in 1996 would have been averted”, he emphasized.
Also if the SSS Abuja responded to divine alert, Late President Musa Yar’Adua would have lived and the Kano plane crash would not have occurred, he stated.
The international messenger/peace marker of God said in anger that divine wrath against civil rule in Nigeria since 1982/83 remains unsolved and that the present regime is not in peace as observed in mounting national security challenges today.
Uwana warned, “if they fail to resolve with God the vexing issues which the authority have not bothered to clarify from me, they have to bear the consequence.”
Asked what was his revelation on the next line of action to avert further calamities in the country, Prophet Uwana said, “I stand to be invited by the President and governors to clarify myself and reveal the next line of action.” ###

Senibo A. A. Cookey

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