In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 11th, August, 2020

Nigeria Goes Loopy Anytime I Make Prophecies

Nigeria Goes Crazy Anytime I Make Prophecies

Father Mbaka

Father Ejike Mbaka


The Religious Director of Adoration Ministries, Enugu, Fr. Ejike Mbaka has spoken about prophecies and the way Nigerians react anytime he makes prophetic utterances.


In accordance with Punch, Mbaka made this recognized on Sunday through the first bodily service of his church after about 5 months of closure on account of lockdown occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic.


The Ministry had suspended all its bodily programmes in March 2020 following the directive of the federal and state governments that every one public locations be shut to curb the neighborhood unfold of the virus.


However following the lifting of the ban on worship centres, Mbaka, on Sunday, resumed bodily providers at his Adoration Enviornment in Enugu.


Talking through the service in a homily themed, “Save Me, Lord,” Mbaka warned detractors to desist from planning evil towards him and his ministry to keep away from incurring divine wrath.


He stated, “Like you already know, at any time when we declare prophecy right here, the entire nation goes gaga and so they start to plan evil. However woe betides whoever that ought to permit himself for use to strive any assault on me or this ministry.

“Chances are you’ll not like me; I will not be amongst these you contemplate nearly as good individuals, however I do know that God is utilizing me to save lots of individuals and minister succour to mankind.”


Mbaka had stated in January that the Imo State governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress within the March 2019 election, Hope Uzodinma, would take over the governance of Imo State.

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The Supreme Courtroom later in January eliminated Governor Emeka Ihedioha and declared Uzodinma as governor.


The preacher had additionally stated 39 extra prophecies of his will come to cross in 2020.


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