Father Mbaka – ‘We will smile at the end of the year after months of suffering’
If predictions made by popular pastors and clergy are to be believed, 2016 promises to be a roller coaster year for Nigerians – with both good and bad moments in equal measure.
ENCOMIUM Weekly takes a look at predictions made by popular clergy about Nigeria, Africa and the world in 2016…
Rev. Ejike Mbaka, Adoration Ministries Enugu, Nigeria (AMEN)
In his New Year prophetic message at Adoration Grounds, Enugu, Catholic priest and leader of AMEN Ministries, Rev Ejike Mbaka made some shocking revelations
On President Muhammadu Buhari
Many people are planning, as it is revealed, to kill Buhari. There are plans to eliminate him so that corruption, embezzlement would 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.
On the alleged marginalisation of the Igbo
Our past looters, embezzlers, thieves on the political terrain have eaten the cake and now everybody is suffering. No ethnic group is marginalized. In the present administration, Igbo people hold the portfolio for Minister of External Affairs, Godffrey Onyeama; Science and Technology, Ogbonnaya Onu; Industry and Commerce, Osita Enalema; Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige. And the problem of this country now is unemployment.
If our youths are well employed, kidnapping will go. Kidnapping was a child of the past administration. They delivered that ugly baby which resembled them. It is my job to put your mind right. When anybody wants to say that Igbo are marginalised, do not believe it. Igbo are doing well everywhere.
So, why are we evolving a war that does not exist. Those who are engineering this war have their children abroad! And they want to use our unemployed youths to begin to walk around, ‘Igbo are marginalized,’ ‘our roads are bad.’
The Reverend Father predicted a rather happy ending of the year
By the end of this year, Buhari will expose people who looted money meant for our roads. What we are suffering now is the effect of the last malignant administration that was intrinsically corrupt. What we are suffering now arose from past administration. But the Lord says there is hope. Many people are going to suffer. We should all get ready. But after the suffering we will all smile.