Jim Iyke has disclosed that God is in charge of every aspect of his life including the choices that he makes, his path and purpose in life.
The popular Nollywood actor also stated clearly that he would embrace “a non partisan ideology”. While vowing to remain focused and avoid all the “doomsday predictions” that has been going around, the movie star wrote:
“Perhaps it’s time to adopt a non partisan ideology. It certainly shifted my paradigm remarkably as the current leadership came on the scene. It was easy to give in to the doomsday predictions that was adrift and I did for a while but I quickly reminded myself who’s cause I truly serve.
“I had to remind myself who was and still is the author and finisher of my fate and destiny.I focused on my will, my gifts and above all the infallible power of prayers.
“I’m reminded time and again that the doors that opened in distant lands, the men that believed in my ideas and ideals and invested are by a long shot not a manufacture of my doing. There’s no leadership, man or entity that is capable of taking away my hope nor absolute trust in God to forge my future.
“I have no fear. I’ve intentionally forced concerns to the recess of my mental archive in order to be on the same wavelength with my faith and belief frequencies. A part of me, however observes in a desperate wish that somehow I’ll be proven wrong and a nation will be rebirth that holds me and my sons accountable for the content of our character, competence and purpose and not because of our religious belief, tribe, creed and idiosyncrasies.
“I desperately hope this incoming dispensation will for the better prove me wrong. I observe like an out of body experience. In the event my fabled image of a better day or a knack for self preservation goes south, I have no doubt I’ll continue to survive and even thrive in any circumstances.
“I know God will conspire every molecule in the universe to ensure my well being. If you don’t agree with my philosophy that’s fine. But also ask yourself what choices do you have? The option of doubt, fear, anger, hopelessness and indignation is too far a tragedy or consequence to live with. I survived this leadership.
If truth be told, i even thrived. My choices, decisions, path and purpose is owned by God. Man will be man. A leadership is wont to be what it’s designed to be; a leadership. They all vary. They change with time and season. The only constance i see is God. He is the same yesterday, today and forever. Back to the gym. Back to life.”