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According to Delta Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, Nigeria’s current Muslim-majority government is not God’s will for the country.

The governor also raised his worries over the church being shut down inside the Abuja Presidential House.

At God’s Fountain of Life Mission in Oleh, Isoko South LGA, he addressed on Friday during a gathering of Isoko church leaders.


Vice President-elect Kashima Shettima and President-elect Bola Tinubu of the ruling Muslim members of the Progressive Congress, or APC.

According to NAN, the governor claimed that the presidential and national assembly elections held last Saturday were tainted.

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, vice presidential candidate said that the outcome of the election “is not the will of God”.

The opposition “saw the manipulation coming,” according to Okowa.

and prayed that our current predicament wouldn’t arise.

“It is not God’s will that the Muslim-Muslim APC ticket will cause the Chapel at Aso Rock to be shut down for four years.”

Okowa exhorted believers to “remain in prayer” in order for God’s will to “be done in our state and in Nigeria.”

The Delta helmsman said that it is time to “rise in faith and not time to weep”, calling the faithful to “be prayerful and to think from inside”.


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