Amaechi's Political Career is over, He has a Divine Call as Minister of the Gospel – Clergy

A Port Harcourt based clergy, Apostle O.A Samuel, says God has told him that the political career of the  Minister of Transportation, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi is over. 

He also said the hand of God is heavy upon the Former Rivers Governor as his oracle and servant, even as he described him as the “David of our generation.

The cleric spoke in an interview with journalists in Port Harcourt.
He urged Rivers people to see show him forgiveness in their heart because he (Amaechi) is on a divine mandate as a minister of the gospel.

The clergy also said God specifically told him that Amaechi's political career ended just when he was the governor of the state but added that the Minister is just trying to buy time.

“Without fear of anything or being contradicted: God told me that Amaechi's political career ended as a Governor because he has a divine mandate. He told me that no Rivers person should be angry with him over much. I asked God why? And he replied that “Amaechi is a David! And, I asked why again? He told me that Amaechi has a divine call and that his hand is upon him.

“I don’t know him much personally. But I read about him as a Transportation Minister. But God said that people are angry with him. But, no one can kill him because God's hand is upon him. Amaechi is a complete pastor that is why nobody can kill him. Whatever he is doing now is that he is just buying time. He is just forcing himself until he answered the call. That is why since he left office as a governor, he has been struggling in politics” Apostle Samuel explained.

Reacting to clamours from some quarters for him to jostle for president in 2023, the clergy said: “off course, God cannot lie to me. He might struggle politically to be president or even win. But, he is a complete God's servant with a call. He can only be there if God wants him to save the country as a president. But the best I know about him on what God has told me is that Amaechi time now is on the pulpit”.