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Mixed Reactions As Anambra State Set To Demolish Prophet Odumeje’s Church


The church, Mountain of Holy Ghost Intervention Deliverance Ministry World Miracle Center, owned by controversial prophet, Chukwuemeka Ohanemere, fondly known as Odumeje, has been marked by the Anambra State government for demolition.
The church which is located at no 88B Bida Road, Fegge, Onitsha was marked as an illegal structure and asked to be removed.

Anambra Diaries report that the church building is currently sitting on a huge canal and obstructing waterways, prompting the government to order its removal as an illegal building in line with Soludo’s plan to demolish over 200 buildings in Onitsha blocking the drainage inking the River Niger.

The move by the Anambra state government have stirred reactions, even though, it is unclear if the government would carry out the demolition order.

Some of the reactions below;

One emeraldclaire_couture wrote; ”Our Governor is working. That’s what leadership is all about. Why build house on a drainage. This is why El-Rufai no look face for Abuja when he was FCT ministers cos he doesn’t care whether you are a Christian or Muslim . All he knows is that he is using Abuja master plane and he brought some sanity to Abuja and now we don’t even know if we still have FCT SENATOR”

One kayamata_nation wrote; “Yoruba say Ile oba tojo, ewa lo bu si meaning: When the oba’s (king’s) palace gets burnt, it only adds to its beauty.”


One ehi_isibor wrote; “God is everywhere, they should look for another location for their church simple!”

One unbeatable_beaut wrote; “Nice one. It’s blocking d road, he can’t even help arrange that place and there is a very big gutter beside it, erosion in the street with portholes, it needs to be demolished biko.”

One ralph_newrevelation wrote; “Is this how Governor Soludo wants to starts his administration.”

jerry_ibs wrote; “And he was just standing next to the Governor some days ago oh. When the Governor said church service should hold on Monday.”




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