Popular Edo political enforcer, Tony Kabaka gave his life to Christ yesterday at the Rock of Ages Church Assembly International, Benin. He was welcomed into the fold by Pastor Charles Osazuwa, the founder and head pastor of RACA. Tony Kabaka presented himself at the altar, alongside some of his reported members.
In an online video, Tony recalled that his property was destroyed by the state government, he also used the oppourtunity to ask God to help touch the heart of the Governor, Godwin Obaseki.
Tony Kabaka said “I have come to plead with God Almighty to touch the heart of the governor, to have mercy on me. I came here today to move closer to God because I don’t expect the victory God gave to me. There is a need to
move closer to God–if it is money, I don’t have it, it is power, I don’t have it, So today, I accept God as my personal lord and saviour”.
The presiding pastor said, “I know this decision is the beginning of a new chapter in your life. I am happy to see you surrender your life to Jesus”.
Kabaka was recently mentioned at a recent BBC Africa Eye Report as a leading political enforcer who had perpetuated
clandestine activities for politicians in the state.