Dr. Mike Okonkwo is the Presiding Bishop of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM); a versatile man of God with over 30 years of dedicated service unto the Lord. He passionately preaches Power in the Word to a multicultural and diverse audience with over 180 branches in Nigeria and ten countries across the globe. He is an Apostle to this generation, whose life has impacted millions around the world. A father to many, and a pastor of many pastors across the globe, Dr Mike Okonkwo is also a dynamic conference speaker, crusade evangelist, author, television and radio host, a strong and respected voice in Nigeria, and an advocate of balanced Christianity.
Bishop Mike, on a Sunday service, Made some shocking revelations on Biafra Agitation, Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB, stating that the Nigerian Government cannot stop Nnamdi Kanu either by violence or Fighting Them with Guns.
Read his words below;
“What Nnamdi Kanu Is Doing Is More Dangerous Than What Ojukwu Did Because Nnamdi Kanu Is Engaging World Leaders And Also The International Bodies Into The Idea Of Biafra.
His Group, IPOB Is One Of The Most Powerful Freedom Movement Now In The World And They Are Moving/Growing So Fast.
“The Nigerian Government Don’t Seem To Understand The Gravity Of The Work This Young Man (Nnamdi Kanu) Is Doing Internationally.
Fighting His Group With Guns And Trying To Use Force And Violence To Oppress The Movement Nnamdi Kanu Has Started Will Only Make Matters Worse For Nigeria.
“The Best Way The Nigerian Government Would Have Handled The Situation Was To Dialogue With Nnamdi Kanu And He’s Group But Unfortunately It’s Seems To Late For That Now.
Biafra Is Already A Virus That Has Spread So Wide Now In Nigeria.
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