Fr Ejike Mbaka has reacted to the present security situation of the country, while speaking to his Congregation the clergyman called for the resignation of the President or an impeachment.
Fr. Ejike Mbaka
The clergyman while speaking said without apology that "Buhari has failed Nigeria Woefully, for that reason he should resign now." It is uncalled for that the President is silent despite incessant killings in the country, he concluded by saying that Nigerians are crying because they have no shepherd.
Archbishop Emmanuel Chukwuma
Hours before Father came out to ask for the resignation of the President, Archbishop of Enugu Ecclesiastical Province, Anglican Communion Most Reverend Emmanuel Chukwuma, on Wednesday also called for his resignation. To him, the country is boiling at the moment, from the looks of things this administration can no longer be of help.
The two clergymen are from Enugu State, with different Ministry and they think it is high something is done, what are your thoughts on this drop your comment in the comments section below.
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