Fiery Catholic priest, Rev Father Ejike Mbaka visited President Muhammadu Buhari today, December 18, 2015 at the state house.
During his visit to the state house, Mbaka declared that Nigeria will succeed not minding what’s presently happening. He said: “We have come to commit the nation into the hands of God and pray for peace and God should establish His blessings in our country.
“We wish to pray for the revamping of the economy. We are committing Aso Rock into the hands of God. We are also here to commit Nigeria to Jesus, that this 2015 Christmas, Nigerians will say God is great.
“Pray for blessing for our people, I want to assure Nigerians that in the midst of what is happening, we shall succeed, the time of promotion is coming,” he added.
On the agitation for Biafra, he said: “I am silent on everything about Biafra.” On the claim that he is controversial, he said: “People can say what they want to say, I am a happy man.”
See photos of his visit to the state house today below:
The spiritual director of the Adoration Ministry in Enugu became more popular during the 2015 elections because of his swift turn of support from the then Peoples Democratic (PDP) presidential candidate, Goodluck Jonathan to the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari.
He also got enmeshed in various controversies over his prophecies and advice to the then Nigerian president who doubled as the presidential candidate for the PDP. The reverend father met with Buhari alongside his vice president, Yemi Osinbajo.
About a month ago, Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka claimed God revealed to him that that Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi would be the next governor of Enugu state. He said: “The first time I saw the governor, then he was in the National Assembly and I didn’t even know him. I greeted him and told him ‘you are going to be the governor of Enugu state.
“You need protection from heaven so that you will be able to actualize all the good plans you have for Enugu. Know that you are a prayer answered because Enugu made a lot of noise about your election.”