Chairman of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Imo State Chapter, Bishop Maxwell Korie has lambasted Governor Rochas Okorocha for what he described as the governor’s failure to give priority to welfare of Imo people, but preferring to engage in occult activities.
Bishop Korie who is the General Overseer of Life Line Assembly Church with Headquarters in Aboha, Ohi, Owerri, accused the governor of planting occult altars at various roundabouts in the state capital with a view to achieving his spiritually demonic goals in the state.
The PFN state chairman made this known today (November 3) while receiving members of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Imo State chapter who were in Life Line Assembly for a thanksgiving service to mark the end of 2017 edition of NUJ press week.
After the NUJ presented him with an Award of Excellence in Radio Evangelism, Bishop Korie who was still standing with the NUJ officials before the church congregation during an early morning service, thanked the press men for the award and suddenly exploded, condemning the developments in the state and telling the press men to go and say he said so.
“Carry my words as you go. The governor is destroying every roundabout in Owerri and planting occultic altars in them. He destroys existing roundabouts and builds his own after planting occultic altars in them.
Look at the flyover that the last governor had done 60% of the work on, the governor cannot even finish it. Let him tell us one single 7 kilometer road that he has concluded and we will join him in commissioning it.
We understand the President recently visited three states in the South East – Ebonyi, Enugu and Anambra but did not come to Imo State because there was no project for him to commission. Tell the governor to pay attention to the welfare of workers and pensioners. He destroyed the main market without providing alternative for those affected,” Bishop Korie said.
The Bishop warned that governor Okorocha should fulfill his mandate by leading a righteous life and providing good governance.
“I travelled to Ebonyi state recently and when we drove into Abakaliki I saw the flyovers and good roads and wept for Imo State. This is Ebonyi state that receives one of the least allocations from the Federal Government,” the Bishop added.