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Top 5 times Father Mbaka used religion to meddle into Nigerian politics

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Even though Catholic priests are known for their piety and devotion to their faith, Father Mbaka, born Ejike Camillus Anthony Ebenezer Mbaka is a constant intermeddler in Nigerian politics.

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He is known for leaving the pulpit to focus on Nigerian political matters, even without being asked.

Father Mbaka is the Spiritual Director of the Adoration Ministry, Enugu and the subject of many controversies and controversial opinions.

The major way Mbaka interferes in Nigerian politics is through his prophecies. Here are the top 5;

1. He said the Holy Spirit told him to vote out former President Goodluck Jonathan and vote in President Buhari

In 2015, Mbaka was very vocal about voting out Goodluck Jonathan, “ I want good for my people and that’s why I want Nigerians to vote out Goodluck Jonathan and vote General Muhammad Buhari. I don’t care if Buhari is a Muslim and from the North; all I care about is that Buhari can save Nigeria.” He was reported saying.

He also said that the Holy Spirit told him Goodluck Jonathan will not win the 2015 presidential election because he was not favoured by God.

2. He prophesied that the Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma and President Muhammadu Buhari would win their elections but later said they are both rejected by God

Mbaka was an ardent supporter of these two politicians and prophesied that they would win their respective elections.

Supporting Uzodinma, he said “those who are attacking the message are just casting pearls before swine. The Holy Spirit has said it, and that is final. I don’t know how it will happen but the only thing is that I see hope, joy, and a new government coming in Imo state.”

In no time, he withdrew his support for them by saying that God asked him to do so, and he told him to now prophecy against them.

The Christian God is not the author of confusion. Mbaka made the prophecy in God’s name, and then he went on to renegade on what God told him.

3. He predicted that Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi will not win the 2019 elections

In 2019, he said that Atiku and Obi would lose the election and they did but was that a genius prophecy? We didn’t need a soothsayer for that.

Interesting, he made this prediction during a bazaar where Peter Obi said he would make a private donation to his ministry and not a public one.

4. He once had a dream that Buhari died and made a list of people after the President’s life.

As far as we know, Buhari is still alive except you believe the Jubril doppelganger theory. In 2016, he said he had a dream that Buhari fell sick and died. He said he went to Aso Rock to warn him, and no one listened to him or allowed him to see the President.

As if that dream was not enough, he curated an actual list of people who want the President dead.

5. He predicts that Peter Obi will not be President

In more recent times, Mbaka said that in the 2023 Presidential election, Peter Obi would not win, and he would never become the President of Nigeria.

Is Mbaka the voice of God? There is a reason why the separation of church from the state exists. This is because religion has to do with faith and trust, and congregants are known to blindly follow their leaders.

If anything, he is just making predictions based on the information presented to his senses. There is no need to call it the voice of God.

Lies against the Holy Spirit are called blasphemy and with the way Mbaka changes his allegiance, it is certainly not the Holy Spirit talking to him.

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Cracks in APC as 20 senators plan to defect to PDP, NNPP others

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No fewer than 20 senators are set to dump the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and other political parties.

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The ruling party, which had earlier lost over 10 senators to the opposition parties is troubled by the wave of defection as more lawmakers that lost their return tickets to the National Assembly during the party primaries are set to leave the party.

On Wednesday, June 22, 2022, Senator Dauda Haliru Jika representing Bauchi Central, announced his defection to the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP).

Worried by the wave of defection in the party, the National Chairman of the APC, Abdullahi Adamu, met with the APC senators behind closed doors at the National Assembly complex, Abuja yesterday.

Speaking to journalists after the meeting, Adamu admitted that the APC is worried about the development.

The meeting with the senators was most fruitful. The issue of defection is an unfortunate development when it happens but this is a season where there are all sorts of behaviour in the political space and ours is not an exception.

“In every election year, this kind of thing gives cause for stakeholders to sneeze and Nigeria is not an exception so is the APC, not an exception. I don’t care about what is happening in other parties, my focus is on the APC. But we all know that the occurrence is not only happening in the APC, it’s happening across other political parties too. And because we are the ruling party, our problems are exaggerated before the public.

“There is no responsible leader that would not be worried when he loses one member not to talk of two. At the moment we are faced with the stark reality of our problems. I have committed my colleagues at the National Assembly to face the problem squarely and see the problem as solvable. We are in politics, I don’t know what would happen tomorrow, and nobody does,” he said.

According to Punch, a source in the National Assembly disclosed that not lesser than 20 senators are planning to leave the APC within the next week.

“The party chairman came to have a meeting with the APC senators because he said that they learnt through intelligence that not lesser than 20 more senators were planning to defect to other parties within the next one week.

“The chairman asked each of the aggrieved senators to lay bare their grievances which we all did one after the other. Having heard our problems, the chairman instructed that we put them into writing,” the source said.

The lawmaker said during Adamu’s meeting with them, the party chairman asked the senators to put their complaints into writing and promised to address all issues raised.

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Bala Mohammed meets Nyesom Wike in Port Harcourt [Photos]

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Bauchi State Governor, Bala Mohammed, has held a closed-door meeting with his Rivers State counterpart, Gov. Nyesom Wike.

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The National Vice Chairman of the PDP, South-South Dan Orbih was also part of the meeting.

The meeting with Bala Mohammed came after pictures of the Presidential candidate of the Labour party, Peter Obi meeting with Wike in his country home emerged online.

Obi says his visit to Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State was for the duo to discuss vital national issues.

Earlier today, I visited Port Harcourt, to confer with H.E. @GovWike on vital issues of national interest,” Obi’s tweet, shared alongside photos of him and the Rivers leader, read.

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Peter Obi explains why he visited Wike

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Peter Obi, the Presidential candidate of the Labour Party says he visited Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State to discuss vital issues of national interest with him.

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Obi’s visit to Wike in Port Harcourt on Wednesday, June 22, 2022, sparked a conversation on social media as many believe the meeting was about the forthcoming 2023 elections.

But hours after the meeting, the former governor Anambra took to Twitter to explain the reason he held a meeting with Wike behind closed doors.

“Earlier today, I visited Port Harcourt, to confer with H.E. @GovWike on vital issues of national interest,” Obi tweeted.

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