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Gunmen could disrupt the crusade and the blame pushed to us - IPOB tells Kumuyi to halt planned crusade in Abia


The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has requested that William Kumuyi, the general superintendent of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry, call off his planned crusade in Aba, Abia state.

The crusade, dubbed "Jesus Power for Extraordinary Breakthrough," will take place between May 24 and 29 in the commercial city.

In a statement released on Thursday, IPOB spokesperson Emma Powerful said the campaign should be halted due to insecurity in the region.

Powerful said, gunmen could disrupt the crusade and the blame pushed to IPOB.

According to him;;

"We wish to advise Pastor Kumuyi of Deeper life Ministry to take note of the security situation in the South East as he comes to Aba for his gospel crusade. Let him and the organisers of the crusade make sure that nothing happens. 

"The security of this region is not good because of political and criminal activities, therefore, we advise him to stop this crusade for security reasons.

"IPOB will not allow anyone to die because of this crusade scheduled to hold in Aba. The operation of criminals operating as unknown gunmen infiltrating the events is high and they will blame it on IPOB.

"We ask him to pray for an end to the insecurity in Biafra land if he can. We charge Christians and men of God in Biafra land to engage God in fervent prayers to expose all those behind the insecurity in our land," the statement reads.

Kumuyi was instead instructed to pray against "wicked leaders and saboteurs in Biafra territory and Nigeria," according to IPOB.

"These are the people's true problems." Allow him to utilize his church in Lagos to pray against the powers holding people hostage in Nigeria," IPOB stated.


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