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  • Updated: January 31, 2023

Primate Prays For Ugwuanyi, Says He Will End Well In Office

Primate Prays For Ugwuanyi, Says He Will End Well In Office

Ugwuanyi receiving blessings from priests at the event

The Archbishop of the Metropolitan and Primate of All Nigeria, Anglican Communion, His Grace, Most Rev’d Dr Henry Ndukuba has prayed for Enugu State Governor, Ifeanyi Ugeuanyi, saying that he will end well in office.

He expressed gratitude to the governor for his generosity and immense contributions to the advancement of God’s kingdom since the inception of his administration.

Ndukuba who spoke during the retirement service of the Provost of Cathedral Church of St. Cyprian, Nike Diocese Enugu, Very Rev’d Prof. Chinedu Nebo, told Governor Ugwuanyi: “That which you desire of Him (God), He will grant unto you in the name of Jesus.”   

Beseeching God to bless the governor, the Archbishop added: “The Lord who has kept you up till now will keep you to the end.

"He has raised you and as a Prince in the land, God will surely bless you.”

Honouring Governor Ugwuanyi as the “Ochoudo I of Nike Diocese” in recognition of his contributions to the church, the Primate prayed: “Heavenly Father, we bring this your servant, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi before you.

"You fashioned him for leadership in this generation.

"Endow him with your heavenly wisdom; empower him from above that when they sit in the council of princes, Lord distinguish him with an excellent spirit. Be with him and continually strengthen him.”

Also in his prayers, the Bishop Emeritus of Nike Diocese, Rt. Rev. Prof. Evans Ibeagha, described Governor Ugwuanyi as “a peace maker” and appreciated God for using the governor to promote peace in Enugu State in particular and Nigeria in general.

“We pray that many years to come that he (Ugwuanyi) will be serving you for he is a young man.

"He will put his hands to Your hands and You will lead him to that point where You designed for him; that he will be a glory to Your name.

"The entire family will be blessed; the enemies will not overtake him; will not overtake his family in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,” he fervently prayed.

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