Nigeria Will Go Back To 12 States – Leader Olumba Olumba Obu Prophesies

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By David Nsa and Rose Ofem

Leader Olumba Olumba Obu (OOO) of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star (BCS) has prophesied that “Nigeria will go back to its original twelve States.”

Disclosing the prophesy to pressmen in its world headquarters at Ambo, Calabar South, Cross River State of Nigeria was a delegation of Christ Ambassadors where it was reiterated that “it was after the proclamation of the Holy Father that Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa and some other States were created.”

According to Christ Ambassador Tari Okorotie during the media parley to unveil plans for the centenary celebration of the BCS, “The Great Leader Olumba Olumba Obu said Nigeria will go back to its original twelve States.”

He went on to affirm that as a result of the chain activities involve in the centenary celebration the economy of the State will be boosted.

After disclosing the prophesy by OOO, Christ Ambassador Richard Effiong said while fielding questions from the press “We have been keeping record of all that father had said as it all comes to pass, his usual words are go I am ahead and behind thee, go I have forgiven all your sins, go you are discharge and acquitted.”

The centenary celebration with the theme “Celebrating the Greatest Centenarian, Leader Olumba Olumba Obu” has the following events lined up; singing competition between four choir regions of the Brotherhood with members home and abroad inclusive of the 144 Virgins.

There shall also be pilgrimage to the Holy land of Biakpan in Biase Local Government Area which no fewer than two million pilgrims is expected to be documented.

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