God Told Me Tinubu Will Do 8 Years In Office – Pastor Umahi

The Minister of Works, Senator Dave Umahi, on Sunday disclosed that he received a revelation from God that President Bola Tinubu will complete his eight years in office before leaving.

Umahi stated this when he was featured as a guest on Channels Television’s Politics Today to discuss the extent of work done on the Third Mainland Bridge and the 700km Lagos-Calabar coastal expressway.

But when he was why he was certain Tinubu would be re-elected to witness the completion of all the projects, the former Ebonyi governor said, “The Lagos-Calabar coastal road as you rightly said is 700km and it is of 10 lanes, five on either side. In the middle, we have provisions for rail lines. We intend to complete it within eight years of Mr President’s administration.

“Well, you called me a pastor. But I am also a prophet, and you must know that the coming onboard of Mr. President is divine. When God starts a thing, He completes it. So, I strongly believe that I am persuaded to let you know that God told me that this administration will last eight years because it is born of God.

“You can see the miracle that Mr President is doing through the inspiration of God Almighty who brought him to right all the wrongs and that is simply what Mr President has come to do. We are just there to support him.”

We cannot wait until the next election

Umahi spoke on the present administration’s plans to link the major expressways with other routes that leads to other West African countries.

The minister also assured Nigerians that 99 per cent of the remedial work on the Third Mainland Bridge has been completed and the bridge will be opened in the coming days.

“Mr President has released the money and I can say that 99 per cent of the project is done. But what is to be done is additional work: we are putting up solar lights; we are replacing the generator lights with solar lights

“We are putting up CCTV both on top of the bridge and under the bridge because the President told me that part of the problem we are having is people who are doing illegal mining of the sand. And I agree with him. I have seen it. They even go as far as even destroying the concrete to anchor their small boats,” he stated.

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