"Is Father Mbaka Still In This Country?" - Facebook Users React To A Recent Post
It is not a thing of surprise that Facebook Users would take to their social media accounts to make controversial posts with the aim of catching cruise.
Just a few hours ago, a Facebook user made a post in a group making reference to Reverend Father Mbaka. The individual was being specific in the area of the bad happenings taking place right now in Nigeria.
Father Mbaka is known as one of the voices that speak in the nation. He always made himself contribute to the happenings in the society. But for a period of time his voice has not been heard.
Deducing from the Facebook poster, the popular Reverend father ought to have said something concerning the ongoing protest in the nation but has not yet spoken up.
The poster for sure must have known that he would be lambasted by a few members who have likeness for the priest. Check below to see a screenshot of the few comments his post attracted.
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