The popular clergyman who is also the sole owner and operator of the Adoration Ministry, Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka has recently come out in a video clip that has gone viral online to make a statement regarding the present ugly situation of the country as well as the case of incessant killings and insecurity which seems to be on the rise lately.
Mbaka before deliberating on the matters arising in the country stated that he doesn't know who the Biafran activist Nnamdi Kanu is, and has never met him before but went ahead to pray that his blessings would be with him for being courageous to speak out about the unsafe situation of the country. Following through the clip, the clergyman who once prophesied about how president Muhammadu Buhari would take over power from ex-president Goodluck Jonathan during the 2015 presidential election has however come out to retract his statement.
According to the clip which lasted for more than 2 minutes, Mbaka who went further to recall how he once supported the leadership of President Buhari during his election, has now disclosed that God has asked him to recant his support for him, as he went ahead to question if the present government of the day could ascertain the number of deaths that has been going on lately due to insecurity.
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