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I am still alive, safe says Bishop Ikeakor

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By Francis Ekpone

The Anglican of Amichi diocese, Most Revd Ephraim Okechukwu Ikeakor has slammed social media handlers that claimed that he is dead.

’s video where he was presenting the 2017 , recently emerged online with accompanying message.

The misleading information therein was attributed to the reason for the killing of the Enugu catholic priest, Rev Fr. Paul Offu by the Fulani herdsmen.

The information, Orient Daily learnt, led to numerous calls by the prelate’s friends and family to ascertain his state of health.

The Amichi diocesan communicator, Ven Chukwuebuka Chukwuemeka in a statement he personally signed, debunked the accompanying message to the trending video, saying its ill motivated and the handi work of mischief makers who, he said, seek to cause panic in the society.

“The action in itself is born out of ill will. It is total disservice to the society and should be condemned by all Nigerians.

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“The video is that of but has nothing whatsoever to do with the slain Rev Fr Paul Offu. is an extract from the delivered by at the diocesan synod held at St James church, Azigbo in June 2017.

Ephraim Ikeakor is , very healthy and , He has never at any time been attacked or killed by anybody” he explained.

He also called on government and all relevant agencies to quickly put in place, measures that will guarantee maximum protection of lives and properties of Nigerians.

“We call on the general public to go about their normal businesses without fear or panic. We also call on Nigerians to take all necessary measures to protect themselves against the marauding killers that have invaded our land while conducting their affairs quietly” he said.

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Recall that Bishop Ikeakor in called for secession of Biafra from Nigeria over the state of insecurity in the nation and the failure of to secure lives and properties of citizens in Nigeria.

He raised the alarm on the sponsors of the killers of Christians all over the country and the inability of to arrest or prosecute any of the perpetrators.

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