I went through hell in prison – Olisa Metuh

Former Nationwide Publicity Secretary of Peoples Democratic Social gathering (PDP), Chief Olisa Metuh says he went by way of hell whereas in jail, and that the expertise has taught him to serve God.

The previous spokesperson of PDP mentioned he’ll stay eternally grateful to God for preserving him and that he’ll dedicate the remainder of his life to the service of God and mankind.

Metuh said this whereas addressing members of the PDP in Anambra on Wednesday throughout a reception organised for him by the celebration in Awka, Anambra State capital.

He mentioned, “I thank God for giving me the grace to see you once more. God has proven me His mercy and love. I’ve been within the deepest ebb of life and God restored me. I’ve been with the satan and God saved me. I’ve determined to commit my life to serve God all through the remainder of my life.

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“I noticed hell whereas I used to be in jail, however God saved me. I learnt to be humble whereas in jail and to forgive individuals in life,” he mentioned.

He suggested members of the celebration that there’s nothing on this world that one must die for. He suggested individuals to start to see the world as nugatory whereas urging them to at all times forgive others.

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He urged the PDP in Anambra to be united and overlook all of the wrongs accomplished by members.

“Allow us to not look into the flawed issues accomplished to us, somewhat we must always look into the great issues from our members and admire them.
We should be united to win this November election in Anambra state,” he mentioned.

Welcoming Metuh on the PDP workplace in Awka, chairman of the celebration within the state, Chief Ndubuisi Nwobu mentioned that Metuh has handed by way of hell, noting that each nice man should cross by way of challenges.

I went by way of hell in jail – Olisa Metuh

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