JUST IN: Father Mbaka Drops Shocking New Year Prophecy, Asks Nigerians To Support Buhari’s Reelection

On January 1, 2019 1 Comment

The Spiritual Director, Adoration Ministry, Enugu, Nigeria (AMEN), Reverend Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has charged Nigerians to pray hard to overcome what he called ‘impending unimaginable difficulty’ this year.

Fr. Mbaka stated this in the early hours of Tuesday during his New Year prophetic message.

He said that the type of difficulty the country is going to face is such that has not been witnessed in its 58 years history.

While praying for the country and its leaders, the outspoken Catholic priest enjoined Nigerians to support President Muhammad Buhari to continue his fight against corruption, noting that the Catholic Church supports the fight against corruption and that was why she created ‘prayers against bribery and corruption’.

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“A President that is fighting corruption needs to be supported”, he stated.

This year’s Cross Over programme at Fr. Mbaka’s church seemed to have attracted the highest number of worshippers ever, even as Daily Sun observed that the prophetic message which most times came around 2:00am was delivered around 5:00am by the priest.

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  1. Uc says:

    Now is clear that embaka is one of the problem of the Nigeria thy have given him money and today you have created a place for prayer for him no no no this one is not true as long as the Lord livet this one shall not come to pass 1 because God say thy say not kill and Buhari have killed thy shall not still and Buhari have steal Buhari have turned Nigeria into police state and embaka opened his mouth and say we should support Buhari well your still seeing people that come to your church on you father you no that this is not what God told you about this election but you have chosen to satisfy man than God and you will suffer it the blood of people Buhari have killed will be upon your head

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