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Land Grabbing: “Governor Chime Is Looking For My Trouble” – Anglican Archbishop Chukwuma

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Land Grabbing: “Governor Chime Is Looking For My Trouble” – Anglican Archbishop Chukwuma

May 20, 2015 – Land Grabbing: “Governor Chime Is Looking For My Trouble” – Anglican Archbishop Chukwuma

The Archbishop, Enugu Province and Bishop Enugu Diocese of the Anglican Communion, Most Revd Emmanuel Chukwuma has slammed governor Sullivan Chime over his planned acquisition of the premises of Christ Church, belonging the Anglican Church.

Archbishop Chukwuma who was visibly angered by the development said Chime was not only looking for his trouble but was tempting God and called for prayers against insolence of the Enugu state government.

He wondered why Chime at the twilight of his administration was desperately exhibiting land grabbing tendencies “ every single space he wants to take, what is wrong with this boy” Chukwuma queried.
Archbishop Chukwuma noted that the governor was not only arrogant and wicked but has his heart at back such that he has no regard for God and humanity. He warned that any attempt to dare the church will be strictly resisted.

Recalled that Clergymen and members of the Christ Church, Uwani protested against forceful acquisition of their land by some people alleged to be officials of the Enugu state government.

4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Prophet Gbenga Rotimi "KINI IWO NFE"

    May 20, 2015 at 1:10 PM

    I believed the governor know who the LORD is, (IF TRUELY THE PORTION OF THE LAND IS FORM THE LORD), may the Lord touch his heart in Jesus name(AMEN).
    *08038433483#

    • Emmanuel

      May 24, 2015 at 12:05 AM

      When an ordained priest refers to a seating governor who is allegedly older than the priest as “that boy”, it shows the priest doesn’t know his bible very well. Last I checked bible said to respect those in authority. There should be other diplomatic ways to settle fights than trying to degrade the person because you feel you might be more superior. Take your case to court and let the court decide or pray over the land and allow God to vindicate you.

      • Okafor Onyebuchi

        December 5, 2016 at 4:44 AM

        @Emmanuel, who told u that Sullivan Chime(57 years) is older than Bishop Chukwuma(62 years)????. This is how your own sense of judgment is. You forgot that that Chukwuma has been the head of the church (Bishop) for 26 years now while Sullivan just had 8 years to spend there. What was the reason for creating the uproar in the first place when it could be avoided?

  2. fifelomo

    December 5, 2016 at 6:25 AM

    ……..and when two elephants fight’s……

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