Governor of Anambra State Chief Willie Obiano on Saturday admitted the presence of  evil spirits in the Government House.
The governor made statement at the  Province of the Niger, Anglican Prayer Rally of Anambra State (APRAS) 2019 with theme ” The Righteous shall Flourish like Palm Tree”  held at the Dr. Alex Ekwueme square, Awka Anambra state.
Obiano who spoke through the secretary to the  State Government, Prof. Solo Chukwubelu  said  there are evil  spirits in the state house.
The governor who was reacting to the ministration of  Bishop of Ogbaru, RT. Rev. Prosper Amah,who said that  as  there are  evil spirits in the society,there are also evil spirit in the government house, that come and go.
Obiano urged the church to pray for the evil spirits to leave the government house permanently, so that government can provide quality services to the people.
” In the government House the evil spirits come and go. We  urged the church to pray hard to let them leave the government for good” he said.
Also speaking during the occasion, the Archbishop ,Province of Niger and Bishop, Dioceses of  Awka,  the Most Rev.  Alexander Ibezim  said that the evil spirits in the house are human being and  urged  the governor to deal deceively with them ,to leave the state house.
” The government should fight evil spirits themselves  in the state house,while the church will fight those outside the government house” he said.
He urged Christians  to be prayerfully in their lives to be able to subdue Satan and its agents looking for who to destory.
Bishop Ibezim ,however, appealed to Christians   to caterr for the poor and widows in the society, saying that the church should be concerned with the plights of the underprivileged in the society.
According to him,any church that does not care for the poor and the widows has lost it values and glory.
He also urged the church to  create future  and directions for  the youths of the country to grow.
“We are concerned about the future of the youths and we must make efforts to secure the future for them” he said.
The bishop also used the opportunity to console the  families of those who lost their loved ones and  property in recent Onitsha tanker explosion.
 He prayed that God would in his infinite mercy console the families and replenish those who lost property.