Political leaders in the country have been called upon to ensure they use their
Privileged positions to touch on the lives of others so as to justify the mercy of
God upon their lives. Rev. Prince Emeaba made the call on Sunday (30/11/11)
at a reception service organized in the honour of the member representing
Aba North and South in the Federal House of Representatives, Hon. Uzo
Azubuike, by his local church. Assemblies of God Church, 12
Ukaegbu Road, Aba.
Rev. Emeaba stated that power was transient and not permanent and those who were opportuned to hold it held it at the mercy of God and should use it to bless others.
He noted that human as well as political promises were not dependable adding that people should always look up to God as the author and finisher of their faith.
According to the clergy, people should be patient with God and truly exercise genuine faith in His words and He would assist them actualize their dreams.
In his remarks at the occasion, Hon. Azubuike thanked the church for their support and prayers for him during electioneering campaign and the election proper assuring that he would always be a good ambassador of the church in his present responsibility.
Hon. Azubuike further enjoined the church to ceaselessly pray for their leaders to enable them surmount the many challenges they meet on the way insisting that all power belongs to God and that holders of power should be responsible enough to use such power to glorify His name.
Speaking to newsmen after the church service, Commissioner for Women Affairs, Ugoeze Joy Alozie, described Hon. Azubuike as a man with big heart who in keeping with his election promises has given Aba a strong voice at the National Assembly.
Sir, Chris Onwuegbu JP,
Deputy Director of Information
For: Hon. Speaker.