Breaking: Cubana Chief Priest lambasts Governor Charles Soludo

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Popular Nigerian socialites Pascal Chibuike Okechukwu, also known as Cubana Chief Priest have lambasted Anambra State Governor, Charles Chukwuma Soludo for demolishing Prophet Odumeje's church.

It should be recalled that on July 7th, a portion of the Mountain of Holy Ghost Intervention and Deliverance Ministry in Fegge, Onitsha, Anambra State, located on Bida Road, was destroyed.

Cuban Chief Priest criticizes Since the church had been constructed on the Fegge waterway as of April 2022, the state administration reportedly designated the structure for demolition.

Men from the Anambra State Government (ANSG) task force sprung into action on Thursday and destroyed the buildings because the owners disobeyed the order to remove the illegal structures.

Later it was learned that only the security and storage, not the entire church edifice, had been destroyed.

Following the incident, the Cubana Chief Priest blasted Gov. Soludo on Instagram for tearing down Odumeje's church and warned that God would punish him for his acts.

The famous barman claims that despite having backed Soludo during his political campaign, he is unhappy with him for what he did to Odumeje.

He wrote, "You're evil to do this to a man of God; God will judge you. A man that supported your election campaign you shall feel the wrath of God. Only time will tell."

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