High Priest Clifford Nmenabu, the general overseer of God’s Covenant of Christ Sabbath Mission, Amannachi, in Orsu local government area of Imo state, has made new revelations about Biafra and Nigeria.
Daily Post reports that the prophet said he went into a trance during which the Lord showed him that Nigeria may be soaked in blood if the federal government fails to release the detained Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the director of Radio Biafra.
Warning against bloodshed, Prophet Mmenabu called on the international community to intervene in the Biafra situation in Nigeria, asking for the release of Nnamdi Kanu.
Addressing journalists yesterday, Wednesday, November 25, he said: “Kanu was not speaking against anybody or group of persons. His broadcasts were truth-oriented and consciousness-awakening. It was a divine arrangement for a renaissance and liberation of a particular sect who have been under bondage.”
He revealed that the prophecy of the coming of a geographical entity called Biafra was revealed to him in 1971, a year after the end of Nigeria-Biafra civil war.
According to him: “The revelation came this way: the spirit of God showed me a finger that pointed at the Nigerian map. It subsequently showed the map divided in two, one part was named Biafra and the other, Nigeria. Also in 1996, God visited and showed me, in a trance, where properties belonging to Nigeria were kept in a place at the Bridge Head, Onitsha. While some of the properties were thrown across to the Asaba end of the Niger bridge, the other was thrown across to the Onitsha end. The prophecy also says that the one thrown to Asaba area belongs to Nigeria, while the other belongs to Biafra.”
Nmenabu maintained that the Biafran project must come to fruition adding that the recent bombings in the country and particularly the bombing of the Catholic Church in Abuja were signs of ‘liberation’.
Meanwhile, Igbo leaders had a meeting in Enugu three days ago and decided to set up a delegation of elders to meet President Muhammadu Buhari concerning the marginalisation of Igbos in Nigeria.