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Mbaka’s prophesy:  Buhari and APC will not return in 2019 if… (video)



Controversial Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka has bemoaned the failure of President Muhammadu Buhari to lead Nigerians out of the starvation presently ravaging the country.
Mbaka who is the spiritual director of the Adoration Ministry in Enugu State, also called on Buhari to know that Nigerians are fed up with his prosecution stories, saying with hunger everywhere, everybody is angry and if nothing is done it could lead to danger.
He stated that if things continue the way they are, nobody would vote for President Buhari or his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 2019 general elections.
The priest in a recent message  to his congregation which went viral on Tuesday, called for employment of experts to revamp the economy among other things.
He said, “The issue is that Mbaka is speaking as the Spirit leads him, there is hunger everywhere. My job is to tell leaders the truth, the landlords are crying, the tenants are lamenting, sellers are crying, buyers are lamenting and there is hunger on the streets.
“I can’t keep quiet when things are going wrong. I am telling the President to look around him and know those who are advising him rightly and those who are telling him that there is no trouble. The President should know that there is trouble and if things continue like this, in the next election, nobody will vote for him.
“Whether they like it or not, I am speaking the raw truth. If the President should have somebody like me and he cannot be talking with me, then there is a problem. There is a problem somewhere; somebody who can advise you without asking for anything and he is representing the poor masses in the country and he won’t tell you lies.
“He will praise you when you are doing well and when you are not doing well, he will look at you in the face and tell you. I don’t need the President; I need God, I need the Holy Spirit, I need Jesus; there is suffering everywhere, people are suffering.
“To feed is now a problem, and a hungry man is an angry man. Hunger and anger will lead to danger. So, let him know whether he can do away with some advisers around him and bring in the people who are experts in economic revamp.
“Hunger is everywhere, many neighbours don’t eat again, many are being attacked by hunger, hunger is becoming a normal thing and there are people responsible for this. Mortuary and ambulance business is now thriving because many cannot afford drugs.
“In today’s Nigeria, many are becoming hawkers, who will buy from you, with what?
“Every day more pipelines are being blown, the Avengers are at work and up till now, there is no solution. You know when certain things begin to happen, you begin to ask some questions, somebody like me will begin to ask – when will this end?
“If it continues in the next three months, there will be no money to pay salaries, the vicious effect is disastrous and when salaries cannot be paid, teachers will come home, students will stop going to school, there will be more kidnappings, more hooliganism, more armed robbery, more prostitution, and immorality will be on the increase.”
“So, the President should sit up, there is a red light blinking on the country. The issue of Saraki and Ekweremadu, nobody wants to listen to such stories any more, whether Saraki is the President of the Senate or Ekweremadu is not this or that, the countrymen are tired of such stories.
“We need economic experts, gurus, sages that are sincere, who can come in and think about our economic revamp and judicial reformation.”
Surprisingly, this is coming from Fr Mbaka, one of Buhari’s most verbal supporters. It was the same Priest who opened said Goodluck Jonathan should not be returned as president during the 2015 presidential elections and predicted that Buhari was the man to lead the country to the ‘Promise Land’.
By Ebere Ndukwu …

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