"The Cry That Deceived All Of You In 2015" - Man Sends Message To Father Mbaka On Twitter
By Longnewsreport | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 13196 views
You will recall that before this government came into power in 2015, they made so many outrageous promises to Nigerians, promising them heaven and earth such that millions perceive them to be the Messiah of our dear nation.
Unfortunately despite all the prophesies that came forth from different MOG's (Men of Gods) of which Rev. Father Mbaka was one among many, the reverse seems to be the reality of our country as a lot of things are not working with Nigerians suffering.
See what a twitter user shared few minutes ago:
"The cry that deceived all of you in 2015. Where is Father Mbaka now? Help me tell him boko Haram still operating! Bandit are now cashing out! Herdsmen now the beautiful bride! Dollars now N450 while pounds now N678. Fuel now sold for N172 a litre"
Take a look at a few of the reactions from Twitter users below:Kindly share your thoughts about his tweet below.
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