Quote Of The Day From Dr Alex Otti’s Special Thanksgiving and Prayer Rally


“Although the judgment ran contrary to what happened in the election and clearly hurts the conscience of millions of Abians who have remained in a sorrowful mood since after the judgment, we are not like them that resort to self help, criminality, and violence, therefore we must accord our Judiciary its institutional respect.
That, however, does not mean that we must agree with them. If anything, we believe and strongly too that the judgement was a miscarriage of Justice. Just like Robert Jackson, the late US Supreme Court Judge and one time Attorney General, admitted , Supreme Court is not infallible even though it is final. We had stated earlier that to the extent that the Judges are men, we must prepare for the imperfections of man. It is only in God’s judgement which even the Supreme Court judges will face do we expect perfect judgement which will not be open to the manipulations and influence of man.”
“Make no mistakes about it, Christ was our inspiration, He is our inspiration and will forever remain our inspiration, so none should question the efficacy of his powers. I say this because some of you had sent me texts and mails, almost questioning the existence of God. Someone had threatened that he will not worship God again if He allowed our victory to be so brazenly stolen. I want to use this opportunity to respond to such people by quoting Dr. Ben Carson. He told a story of a man who asked God where he was when the Popular preacher, Myles Munroe, wife and his associates were killed in a plane crash? God answers, “the same place I sat when John the Baptist my Servant was beheaded. When Stephen my Servant was stoned to death. When Paul my Servant was murdered in Rome. The same place I sat when my only son was brutally crucified, wounded, bruised and killed. I have not moved from my position”.
By Alex Otti, Abia State APGA Governorship Candidate


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