Immediate past Minister of Transportation and former Rivers State governor, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, has cautioned members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers State against illicit acts that could distance them from God.
He therefore, urged the APC members to be more dedicated to God in prayer and abstain from all appearances of immorality, including fornication, adultery and strong drinks if they actually wanted to hear from God.
Amaechi, who spoke yesterday, during the unveiling of manifesto and inauguration of the campaign council of Mr Tonye Cole and Dr. Innocent Barikor’s joint governorship ticket in Port Harcourt, Rivers State capital, said their victory in the 2023 general election was assured if they adhered to the advice.
Recalling his political struggle in 2006, which compelled him to flee the country to Ghana, Amaechi encouraged his party members to remain faithful to the party and pray more for God to give victory to APC in the 2023 governorship election.
“I have succeeded politically without travail. Anytime I kneel down to pray, God will tell me, forgive. Stay away from women and alcohol, set aside ten days to fast to hear from God,” Amaechi admonished, saying there was nothing more that PDP would do for Rivers people again, adding that the state was on a free-fall due to bad governance.