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Abia State: Five Native Doctors Repent, Surrender Shrines During Monthly Prayers

 

 

There was much joy and excitement on Monday, April 1, 2024, in Ohanku ancient kingdom, Abia State, as five native doctors devoted their life to God and completely abandoned their shrines. The event took place in Ohanku village during a monthly fasting and prayer organised by His Royal Majesty King Apostle Chibuzor Gift Chinyere, King of the Ikwuorie Autonomous village. On accepting the staff of office, His Majesty declared the first day of each month as a fasting and prayer day in the Ohanku community. In April, he proclaimed a global fight for the community’s entire cleaning and freedom. Recall that the Ikwuorie Autonomous Community in Ohanku Ndoki has been without a king for ten years.

 

Since ascending the throne, His Royal Majesty King Apostle Chinyere has made courageous steps to restore peace throughout the community. For example, His Royal Majesty King Apostle Chinyere was concerned about the rate at which families were dying and houses were closing down due to shrine-related difficulties. He contacted all of the families concerned and was successful in reconciling more than 50 families with long-standing shrine concerns. Today, there are no shrine cases in the Ohanku neighbourhood. Ohanku community is made up of three autonomous communities: Ikwuorie, Ujuru, and Okotoko, however His Majesty Apostle Chinyere, as King of the Ikwuorie Autonomous Community, always carries the other Autonomous Communities along with him.

 

His Majesty, King Apostle Chinyere, has also achieved another milestone in his reign as King of the Community. With the capitulation of five native doctors, there are no more shrines or juju priests in the community. His Royal Majesty Apostle Dr Chibuzor Gift Chinyere has decreed that God’s altar is the only one that should exist in the Ohanku community. This has been described as a tremendous accomplishment by a man God sent to liberate his people.

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Before becoming king of the Ikwuorie Autonomous Community, the Man of God established a state-of-the-art school in the Ohanku community and provided international undergraduate university scholarships to no less than 50 families in his community, who are now studying in Cyprus, the United States of America, the Benin Republic, Poland and Turkey. He established a well-equipped Free Hospital and provided scholarships from JSS 1 to SS3 at the lone government secondary school abandoned by previous governments. The Man of God renovated the school, restored the Waec centre, and hired more than 8 teachers to supplement the government teacher who was hired after the facelift.

 

After taking office as His Royal Majesty, Ihie 1 of the Ikwuorie Autonomous Community, he promised to industrialise the community. To that purpose, he has brought in investors who are already on the ground for inspection to construct a tyre manufacturing plant in the Ohanku neighbourhood. He has also purchased palm and cassava processing equipment, which will be placed once the construction is complete. The Man of God has also determined to offer a consistent electricity supply to the community. He recently met with the managers of the Geometric Power Plant in Aba, which is approaching completion. His Majesty has also paid for prepaid metres for all of the houses in the Ohanku community.

 

His Royal Majesty King Apostle Chinyere recently returned from a trip to the Netherlands and Taiwan, where he successfully met with investors interested in investing in his community. The man of God’s passion for soul-winning is unparalleled. Many armed robbers, kidnappers, cultists, and prostitutes have converted their lives to God through his soul-winning effort, surrendering their arms and ammo, which the man of God handed over to Nigerian police.

 

He took them to the rehabilitation centre and assigned them to learn a variety of vocational skills. He established 34 free schools, a free school for autism and Down syndrome, two free specialist hospitals, 18 free estates, an ultra-modern free skills acquisition centre, a free restaurant, and no less than 10,000 international scholarships for underprivileged Nigerians. All of this is sponsored by contributions and tithes from the OPM Church.

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