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Looters plotting to eliminate Buhari, Mbaka prophesies



Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka, Founder of the Adoration Ministries, Enugu, Nigeria (AMEN) has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to be on his guards, that those who looted the nation’s economy, and unhappy with government’s handling of the fight against corruption would plot to have him removed.

The fiery catholic priest, who was in the public glare during the run-up to the last general elections, gave the warning while reeling out his prophesies for the year 2016 at the Adoration Ground, with thousands of faithful in attendance.

He said, “Many people are planning, as it is revealed, to kill Buhari. There are many plans on how to eliminate his life so that corruption, embezzlement will continue. But the Lord says, God who put you there, will not forsake you. Be firm, resolute, focused, unbiased and refuse to be intimidated and distracted. Go ahead and war against evil. Buhari, go ahead and war against corruption. God and His people are behind you. You are the answer of the prayers of the people.

“Our past looters, embezzlers, thieves on the political terrain have eaten the cake and now everybody is suffering.”
According to him, Nigerians would need to brace up for tougher times this year due to the economic hardship, but called for patience, prayers and hard-work, adding that things would later improve.

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Even as he called for support for the Buhari administration’s anti-corruption fight, the clergyman lashed out at ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, governors and National Assembly members under his administration some of whom were allegedly involved in the squandering of the country’s resources during the oil boom to detriment of critical infrastructure that could have alleviated the sufferings of the masses.

Mbaka said: “People will by now, begin to question, is this the government we voted for? But the Lord says, it will start hard, but it is going to end well. I am commanded to ask for patience. The Lord says that multiple crises will befall the system. But later, the country will be filled with the peace of Isaiah 66, peace that will be flowing like a river. And in
this peace will be the blessing. So, I am claiming the peace in the midst of the looming crisis.”

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