‘I Spoke About Bad Omen Following Ihedioha Style Of Government’ – Ogilisi Igbo


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The spiritual leader of the Igbo nation Chief Rommy Ezeonwuka (Ogilisi Igbo) has echoed that he spoke about bad omen and bad luck in the administration of Emeka Ihedioha as Govenor of Imo State long before hand following his observations on how baldy he was running the affairs of Imo most especially in the area of demolition of structures and edifice put in place by his predecessor former Governor Rochas Okorocha.

Chief Ezeonwuka who stated this while reacting to the judgment of the Supreme Court of Nigeria that sacked Ihedioha and declared Hope Uzodinma of the All Progressive Congress APC winner of the 2019 governroship election, said that he raised alarm on the bad omen and bad luck in Imo under Ihedioha following his apparent vindictive actions against his predecessor by demolishing structures and edife dedicated to the gods of the land.

The Ogilisi Igbo said “I said that the demolition exercise will bring bad omen and bad luck to the administration of Ihedioha and raised the alarm that he has to retrace his steps and focus on his own agenda and stop demolition of those monumental structures and edifice put in place by Okorocha. I made it clear that what he was doing would bring bad omen to his administration. I said this the day I condemned the demolition of a mosque at Trans Amadi in Port Harcourt by Governor Nyesom Wike

“I condemned the demolition of the Trans Amadi Central mosque along with what Ihedioha was doing in Imo State in demolishing things because as a spiritual leader I know they have incurred the wrath of the gods. You cannot demolish a structure or edife dedicated to a deity or to a legacy of man loved by the gods of the land and expect the spirit of the gods to keep quiet. They will fight back. And they fought back at Ihedioha

The leader went to stress the need for people to beware law of karma which according to him is guiding the principle of human life on Earth. “Whatever you sow you reap, a president, governor, senator, army, police, politician businessman, lawyer, doctor, engineer and what have you, whatever you do on the negative or positive side will come back to you, so people should avoid doing negative things that will bring back negative results to their family, marriage and career” he added

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He said that as spiritual leader of the Igbo nation he will continue to advise Ndigbo on laws and rules of the gods, culture and tradition of the fore fathers to prevent people from incurring the wrath of gods adding that he is saddled with the obligation of using spiritai means to address the challenges facing Ndigbo and he won’t releent in doing just that to the best of his abilities.