Prophet Jordan Iwuala, who the Sun Newspaper had reported as describing Orji Uzor Kalu as ‘The Voice of Igbos’ has said the political career of former Abia State governor, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu will never rise again for trying to make people believe he said he is the voice of Igbos, and the only Igbo that can work with the Federal Government because God has ordained him to be the voice of the Igbo nation.
Iwuala said he never made this statement in his newly released 2016 prophecies and said the news was first published by The Sun Newspapers owned by Kalu and that is the more reason he will never rise politically again. Find his press statement after the cut. Enraged by the publication of The Sun Newspapers last Sunday, Prophet Jordan Iwuala has refuted the report which claimed that God ordained former governor of Abia state, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu to represent Igbo nation.
The Benin-based cleric who faulted the malicious report said he never made such statement as claimed by The Sun Newspaper. Describing it as false and baseless, Prophet Iwuala wondered the level of desperation pulled by the tabloid. He added that there was never a time he said the former governor will be in any discussion with the Federal Government to make it succeed.
The General Overseer of the Redemption Tabernacle Church of All Nations pointed out that his 2016 prophecy never had political statement attached. He further said, “since the former governor could involve me into such embarrassment, I prophecy, he will never succeed in politics again. “If I be a prophet of God, may my declaration as against him begin to manifest.
His act is dubious, desperate and wicked. People, especially Abians should avoid such demonic and evil man. He can’t be a good leader. “On all those in Igbo land, so he is the only one called by God? A man with questionable character cannot be called by God. Where is Abia today? Was it not out of his selfishness that TA Orji emerged? Orji Kalu will never see good politically again,” the prophet declared. The highly revered cleric in Benin further urged all to disregard such report as published by Orji Uzor Kalu’s owned newspaper platform, even as he added that his lawyers are on the matter to file charges.