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Fr. Mbaka: “You will suffer for keeping Nnamdi Kanu in prison.”

Fr. Mbaka: You will suffer for keeping Nnamdi Kanu in prison.



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Fr. Mbaka: You will suffer for keeping Nnamdi Kanu in prison.

A charismatic Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has issued a stern warning to President Muhammadu Buhari over the continuous detention of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.


NewsReport indicate that Mbaka returned to his Adoration Ministry in January, months after he was suspended and sent to the monastery by the Catholic Bishop of Enugu Diocese, Most Rev. Calistus Onaga.

In what could be considered a major message to the nation since he returned, the fiery priest on Sunday warned Buhari of dire consequences if his government continued to keep Kanu.

He spoke while addressing thousands of his Adoration members.

He did not spare the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, or its governor, Godwin Emefiele, over the scarcity of the new naira notes.

Mbaka said if Buhari and Emefiele did not take immediate measures, they would suffer.

He said, “It is only in Nigeria that the court can set somebody free, and the government will say “No,, keep that person.

“We pray for the full release of Nnamdi Kanu; Ndigbo are suffering for something they know nothing about; students and workers will not go to work; everywhere is locked up on Mondays; our leaders don’t care; it does not concern them; how can you say it does not concern you? But you are a leader; you must care.

“If God sets someone free and you say the person won’t be free, what God will do to you will make you regret your decision.”

“Why the judiciary?” There are three arms of government: the executive, the legislature, and the judiciary, and one arm will say the other is useless. I ask, in the name of God and by the power of the Holy Ghost, that our leaders release Nnamdi Kanu.

“We cannot be distracted by new currency and fuel scarcity, and there is a problem—the judiciary is dying.” If the court can acquit someone and the government says “no,” then the country is finished. It is a coup d’etat against the judiciary, and as a man of God, I stand to say, release him.

“Do the right thing; our people are suffering, a lot of suffering in the country, and it is being perpetuated by our so-called leaders; I am not a politician, I am a prophet of God.”My job is to speak; when God is angry, I will represent the voice of God in anger; when God is happy, I will speak and represent the voice of God in joy. The poor masses are suffering.

“If holding that young man will cripple this country, why not release him? Nnamdi Kanu’s case is like a trigger in a gun; you must be careful how you touch the trigger when a gun is loaded.

“Don’t tell anybody he is a nobody; he represents a people, and the court has said release him; why not release him, especially for health reasons?”

“I have to render my voice so that when tomorrow the leaders begin to suffer calamity, they will not ask, “What did Fr. Mbaka say?”

On the naira swap, he said there was no justification for the sufferings the citizens were going through.

Mbaka said, “People will suffer to make money and still suffer to take their money, and there is still a country; tomorrow you will say: Fr. Mbaka said, “Why do you force me to say something?” I am giving both the President and the CBN governor a mandate from heaven; if they don’t want to react immediately and stop this self-imposed wicked suffering on the people, they will suffer.

“What nonsense; why do you multiply misery; people are sleeping in the bank to get their money; has this ever happened in any country?”People are now selling money, not dollars; it is easier now to get dollars than to get naira; parents cannot have money to buy food for their children; I don’t know how many will be alive by the time the so-called new currency will come out. The new currency is not even good; the design is very poor; the color separation is rubbish;

“And everyone is talking about the election, the election.”Will dead men win the election? “Men of God, you better open your mouths; I have come back from the monastery to see my people in suffering, in agony; it is time to tell Pharoah, “Let my people go,” “I have come back from the monastery to see my people in agony,” he warned.

He lamented that parents now spent their nights either in ATMs or in filling stations, stressing, “You are killing people; what kidnappers are not doing, you are doing worse.” “People cannot access healthcare; by the time the doctor gets alert, the person is dead.”

He said 99 percent of the population was ignorant of the new naira policy, describing it as “evil in the land.” “If you are not ready with the new naira, why not push out the old naira?”

He said he was saddened that, upon his return from the monastery, more Nigerians had lost their jobs.

“Do you think that if this situation continues, Nigerians will hold elections?” He queried.

“What is happening now is a coup d’etat on democracy.” But who will say it? To buy pure water, will you do a cash transfer? Why mess up Nigeria because you people are going? Why didn’t you start it all along? It took you eight years to stabilize it, wickedness.No job, no food, no house

“I want to ask the current government to change, or the people will cry; what you are inviting, you cannot face.”

“The Hausas are crying; the Fulani are crying; the Yorubas are crying; the Igbos are crying; the Niger Delta people are crying; the Middle Belt is crying; who are you now leading?”

According to online sources, this is not the first time Fr. Mbaka has taken aim at President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.

In April 2021, Mbaka called for the impeachment of President Buhari over the rising insecurity in the country.

However, the presidency later accused him of demanding contracts.




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