Father Mbaka Makes U-Turn, Nigerians React

A few days after many Nigerians called him out over some of his Prophecies before the 2015 general elections, Nigerian clergyman Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka has called out President Muhammadu Buhari and the Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma.

In a viral video, Ejike, the Catholic Priest and Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry, Enugu, called for the impeachment of President Buhari over the high level of insecurity in the land.

According to him, Buhari has failed woefully and should resign immediately. He expressed worries over the silence of President Buhari despite the abductions, banditry and killings in the country.

Meanwhile, Mbaka warned those who will attack him over his preachings to desist or be ready to face God’s wrath.

He urged the House of Representatives to impeach the President if he doesn’t want to resign voluntarily, adding that unimaginable thing would befall the Lawmakers if they fail to impeach Buhari.


@OgunyemiMarana2 “The u-turn of Fr Mbaka does not affect as far as I am concerned. Is that enough for PMB to step down? The deed has been done already. This is just a big lesson to everyone who just recommends people without in-depth analysis. Not only Buhari failed but also those who sold him to NIG.”

@UgochukwuAni2 “Better late than never! How many of you guys can make a u-turn against your friends because they changed to become something else.”

@MfonEsara “To me, Mbaka’s u-turn hold no water. He is a good Rev. Fr & I hold nothing against him but is that enough for PMB to step down? This is just a big lesson to everyone who just recommends people without in-depth analysis & lies that ‘God said when it was their instinct.”

Speaking on the killing of the commander of Easter Security Network, Ikonso, the Reverend Father lambasted Governor Uzodinma for not keeping to his promise to protect the lives and property of the people and residents of the state.

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