Prison Taught Me To Be Humble, Forgive People – Olisa Metuh



Former National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Olisa Metuh has advised members of the party to begin to see the world as worthless saying that there is nothing in the world that one needs to die for. 
He made the statement while addressing members of the party in Anambra on Wednesday during a reception organised by the party for him in Awka, Anambra State capital.

Reliving his time behind bars, Metuh said that he went through hell while in prison saying that the experience has taught him to serve God.
Metuh advised people to begin to see the world as worthless while urging them to always forgive others.

While saying he will remain eternally grateful to God for preserving him and that he will dedicate the rest of his life serving him and mankind, the ex PDP spokesman said, “”I saw hell while I was in prison, but God saved me. I learnt to be humble while in prison and to forgive people in life.
“I thank God for giving me the grace to see you again. God has shown me His mercy and love. I have been in the deepest ebb of life and God restored me. 
“I have been with the devil and God saved me. I have decided to commit my life to serve God throughout the rest of my life.”
He enjoined PDP in the state to embrace unity and forget all the wrongs done by members but look at the good things done and appreciate them.

“We must be United to win this November election in Anambra State”, he stated.

In his speech, the state chairman of PDP, chief Ndubisi Nwobu observed that Metuh has passed through hell, saying that every great man must pass through challenges.


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