Sunday, 13 August 2017

Igbo, Nigeria to witness more bloodbath if—Psychic

Ilonzo and board members of CPHA and the delegation from Olinandu Old Students Association

By Okechukwu Onuegbu

A spiritualist and herbal healer, Chief Dr Mrs Flora Ifeanyichukwu Nkemakonam Ilonzo, the founder/Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Centre for Psychic and Healing Administration (CPHA), Awka, has called on Igbo race to seek face of God with fasting and prayer to avert pending danger of bloodbath targeted against them before December, 2017.

Ilonzo, who also warned political leaders across the nation to be mindful of their utterances and actions, explained that cases of Ozubulu, Atakwu and others would be too small to be compared to what would befall the country in the nearest future if they keep on politicizing security reports and other issues of national importance.
Ilonzo receiving written address presented by Olinandu Old Students Association

She said, “My calls should not be mistaken to politics. If the government of Enugu State had listened to me there wouldn’t have been bloodshed at Nsukka. I tried my best to reach the governor through the Traditional Ruler and other government officers but I was told to channel my observations through political party leadership. I told them that I can’t do that because I am not a politician. I begged them to deliver my messages to governor if they cannot allow me to see him. But they refused till it occurred.

“I was also ministered of Awkanaw bloodbath but all I tried to communicate the Enugu state governor failed on deaf ears. The same thing happened at Nkpor when all my attempts to speak to Governor Willie Obiano failed. Nigerians especially the Igbo leaders should learn to be accommodative and listen to people like us when we come to deliver our messages. This is because not all of us want their money, jobs or contracts. Everything should not be always mistaken to politics.

“Since last year, I have being prophesying about this crisis happening all over the country. I proffered possible solutions to avert them but the people in government and political leaders turned deaf ears to my yearnings. Nigerians should learn to follow divine instructions if not they will continue to witness bloodbath”.  

The world renowned psychic made the predictions, while receiving a delegation of Olinandu Old Students Association, Uwelle Ukehe, Igbo Etiti Local Government Area of Enugu State, who have come to familiarize with her, the founder of their school.

Ilonzo and delegation from Olinandu Old Student Association including Agu (centre), Mrs Agu of NCAC Enugu Zonal office
Ilonzo, it would be recalled, built and equipped Olinandu Secondary School with science equipments, as well sponsored its pioneer students with tuition fees, uniforms and others. The school which began on June 12, 1982 has produced notable people like Rt. Hon Eugene Odo, former Speaker, Enugu State House of Assembly.

Speaking on behalf of the visiting Olinandu Old Students Association, Venable John Kennedy Agu, an executive assistant to Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State, disclosed that both the new and old students of Olinandu want to identify with Ilonzo, whose 35 years old school “gift brought light, life and progress to them”.

“I was the Pioneer Senior Prefect of Olinandu Community Secondary School built and equipped by Chief Dr. Mrs Flora Ilonzo. I am also the coordinator of over 2000 old students of the school. We have come to see our mummy, draw her closer to us and honour her for giving us light.

“She did not only build the school but empowered it with modern science equipments, provided it with access road, gave us free school uniforms, free education and other incentives. These brought people from all over Nigeria to come and study in the school. Before them there was no single secondary school in our community.

“We also want to inform her that the good school she built is currently in bad condition. But the past and present administrations of Enugu State government have provided them with three new additional school buildings. We need a helper to provide the school with accessible road and other infrastructure because it is no more passable as it was when she handed it over to us,” he said.

Responding, highly elated Ilonzo, while thanking the former Governor Sullivan Chime and his successor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi for adding new life to Olinandu School, solicited support of the present administration and other well meaning Nigerians to add fresh air to it.

“This school was a special science college. It was opened on 12 June, 1982. The then Governor of old Anambra State, Chief Jim Nwobodo and Rt. Hon. Ifeanyichukwu Enemchukwu, Speaker of old Anambra State helped in giving it a facelift. I was barely 35 years then. It was leading in terms of academic and extra curriculum activities all over Nsukka education zone.

“I suffered several physical attacks for removing the dreaded ODO shrine which was then used to commit all kinds of atrocities in Ukehe kingdom. The worshippers of the shrine gave me 28 days to die. They even prepared a graveyard for me among the evil forest where they usually bury those killed by Odo.

“The worshippers stabbed me beyond recognition; so many of my teeth were removed, blood and pains all over my body due other injury I sustained from the attack. I was picked and rushed to Vatican through the assistant of the Arch Bishop Onyemelukwe and others. The news was all over the radio, BBC, CNN, internet and so on.

“I invested parts of the money contributed for my wellbeing to build Olinandu and empowered some widows and people of the community with houses and skills. I was the first person to construct road for the community. The road connects them to Eke Ugwu and drew people from far and near to come and study there. That was why the traditional ruler of Ukehe kingdom bestowed me with Olinandu traditional chieftaincy title saying that I shall live to reap the fruits of my labour. That is the meaning of Olinandu. I am happy that people are celebrating me alive.” 



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