‘While Buhari Has Done Very Well’ – Father Ejike Mbaka

‘While Buhari Has Done Very Well’ – Father Ejike Mbaka [INTERVIEW]

By Ekemini Ekwere | News Reporter on February 23, 2016
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Rev Father Ejike Mbaka , Father Mbaka, President Muhammadu Buhari
Rev Father Ejike Mbaka during an audience with President Muhammadu Buhari at Aso Rock Villa on December 18, 2015 | State House Photo

Controversial Catholic priest, Rev Fr Camillus Ejike Mbaka granted an interview recently to Daily Trust in which he spoke about a number of things including his affiliation with President Muhammadu Buhari and how he fell out with the Jonathans during the 2015 Presidential Election campaigns. Mbaka who made sensational headlines when he was transferred from his parish in GRA Enugu to a local village parish still in Enugu earlier in the year, gave Buhari high praise as he also condemned past governments.

Below are some excerpts from the interview.

On Buhari’s performance:

It’s too early to judge Buhari, going by what we’ve seen in the past governments. But so far, Buhari has done very well. Buhari has succeeded, Kudos to him, no matter how other people are seeing in him, they must learn to see the good part of him.

For me, it’s a rape of the economy. The past governments raped Nigeria. All of them should be kneeling down with their hands up, apologizing from morning till night that they should be pardoned. They raped our morality, they raped our economy, and they raped our security, they raped our spirituality because they gathered even the men of God to be singing for them, and they were giving them money. It is a holistic rape of a country.

On his visit to presidential villa:

Buhari assured me of good governance but his worry is democratic bureaucracy. If not for democratic bureaucracy, this country could have been a country for which everybody will say ‘Nagode Allah’ (I thank God), ‘Masha Allah’ (thank God for what this man has done), ‘Insha Allah’ (by the grace of God). But now, he has to pass through the Senate and the House of Reps.

So, it’s no longer like when he was Buhari the military Head of State with Tunde Idiagbon. But Buhari still has the same spirit, the same enthusiasm, the same forcefulness, the same will power, the same determination to put Nigeria on the platform of excellence, but there is bureaucratic bottleneck. So, with an oath, Buhari assured me of giving Nigeria good governance.

On collecting money from Goodluck and Patience Jonathan:

In the case of Jonathan and his wife, God in heaven knows that apart from the offertory the woman gave on the altar, which I knew the amount, I took that amount and put back inside the same bag that one of the former aides of Jonathan brought – small bag filled with dollars in appreciation of, not as bribe.

But the Holy Spirit said, ‘send back this money’. She didn’t give it to me directly. She gave it through somebody and I returned the whole money plus the one she used for offertory, all of them were returned. There is no kobo of Mrs. Jonathan or Jonathan in my hand; the Holy Spirit rejected all of them.

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When the saga was going on, I put my hands on the altar and swore an oath that if I ever touched Jonathan’s one kobo, may he win the election, but if I never did and I am being accused of it, God knows he will fail the election.

I demanded the telephone number, not for any personal encounter but so that if any message comes I can give to her privately. Some prophecies should not be made public, but when the person that should receive it privately inhibits the opportunity of giving it to him or her privately, God may force you to air it publicly because the thing burns like fire in your life. I don’t take bribe from anybody. God blessed me o.

I prayed for them because they came for prayer. But the message on 31st night (December) was pure prophecy, undiluted, just like the prophecy of 31st December 2013 that the Nigerian oil boom is going to turn to oil doom.

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