- Samuel Ike, the new permanent secretary of the ministry of trade and commerce in Anambra state, has praised God for his goodness to him
- Ike was effusive about how God delivered him from running insane some years before his latest appointment
- Speaking in the state on Sunday, December 12, after a thanksgiving service, Ike said a live cockroach lived in his ear for months but was later removed and killed
Anambra - The newly appointed permanent secretary of the ministry of trade and commerce in Anambra, Samuel Ike, has expressed gratitude to God for saving his life miraculously.
Ike who spoke at St. James Anglican Church during a thanksgiving service on Sunday, December 12, on the goodness of God, narrated how an insect, a cockroach, crept into his ear and lived there for about for months, The Nation reports.
The new appointee said a doctor told him that he would have run mad if the insect had found its way into his brain, Tribune added.
Ike said the cockroach was eventually brought out from his ear and killed.
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“I want to thank Him because if not Him, I would have died before now.
“When I was driving one day, I noticed something moving in my ear. It was a medium-sized cockroach. I don’t know how it got into my ear.
“The doctor told me I would have run mad if it had succeeded in gaining entrance into my brain. It was brought out alive and killed by us."
Anambra election: Andy Uba releases official statement, sends message to supporters
Meanwhile, the governorship candidate of All Progressives Congress in the just concluded Anambra State election, Senator Andy Uba, had appreciated his supporters as we well as the people of the state.
He expressed profound gratitude to members of the party, the campaign team, and the Anambra people in a statement he posted on his Facebook age on Wednesday, November 17.
"My simple duty here is to show appreciation to all those that supported my aspirations in one way or the other. Many persons made sacrifices, individually and collectively, to support our aspiration and I thank them all immensely..."