The Chief Executive Officer of Capital Oil and Gas Chief Ifeanyi Uba may look so big a name in the business sector of Nigeria but this gentleman told his story about how he was healed of a heart problem and saved from several life’s challenges affecting him in a testimony he gave at Omega Power Ministries Church Port Harcourt a few years back.
While giving testimonies at OPM, the testifier must give out their name and authentic address for verification of their claims of any healing or miracle. The Capital Oil mogul started by saying “ My name is Elochukwu Ifeanyi Ubah. I am the Chairman/CEO of Capital Oil and Gas”.
He narrated how he was brought to OPM by one of his friends popularly called SOBAZ, an oil magnate in Port Harcourt who owns SOBAZ OIL Filling stations across Nigeria. He told the bewilded congregation that he was the son of a school teacher who believes in God but never gave a damn about prophecies until he met OPM General Overseer who he got in touch with through SOBAZ and since that encounter, his life had changed dramatically as most of his troubles with Police in Nigeria who detained him for over 10 days via mere invitation had been over.
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