A Testament to Divine Intervention

Akwa Ibom State Governor, Pastor Umo Eno, revealed that he faced 26 court cases from his opponents, with eight of them reaching the Supreme Court.

During his first Government House Prayer Service for the year in Uyo, he cited the theme “The Most High Rule,” drawn from Daniel 4:17.

Governor Eno expressed gratitude for the recent Supreme Court victory, emphasizing that despite initial doubts about his candidacy, all cases were dismissed for lacking merit, including the most recent Supreme Court judgment affirming his mandate.

“From January 30, 2022, when God led my worthy predecessor, Udom Emmanuel to unveil me as his preferred successor, all hell was broken loose.

“Fast forward to today, all those cases were thrown out for lacking in merit, the most current, being the Supreme Court judgement last week that affirmed the mandate our people had given me to be the Governor of this blessed land.

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“Because God rules in the heart of men, it was the counsel of God that prevailed.

“We give Him all the glory. In every race, there must be a David. Some had boasted and wrote us off, but God rules in the heart of men.

“We were confronted with 26 court cases, with eight making it to the Supreme Court.”

He attributed the outcome to divine intervention, stating, “Because God rules in the heart of men, it was the counsel of God that prevailed.”

In addition, the governor extended thanks to the First Lady of Nigeria, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, for her altruism through the Renewed Hope Initiative, which recently provided N100,000 to 250 elderly citizens in the state.

Governor Eno also launched the Arise Initiative to support 500 elders across the 31 local government areas with 50 thousand naira each, as a gesture of gratitude for their contributions to the state.