God Hasn’t Revealed To Me Who’ll Be Nigeria’s President In 2019 – Fr Mbaka

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Popular Catholic cleric, Rev Fr Ejike Mbaka has described as untrue media reports that he is supporting the 2019 presidential bid of former Vice President Atiku Abubakar.

Mbaka, who is the Spiritual Director, Adoration Ministry, Enugu, further described as mischievous the reports which said he named Atiku as the most credible candidate for the position.

He described the originators of the reports as wicked people pushing an evil agenda which has caused him bitterness.

Mbaka who spoke on Saturday further threatened to take action against the originators of the report if they fail to state where and when he expressed support for Atiku’s presidential bid.

The controversial cleric said, “I read the report about my support for Atiku with bitterness in my heart as I can see how wicked and evil some people could be.

“Those who are impersonating my names wickedly and politically must be careful.

“People must fear God and respect His anointed. Whoever is trying to use my name to support or promote Atiku’s political exploits is attracting God’s wrath to himself or herself.

“For now, I have never spoken neither for nor against Atiku.

“God has shown me nothing about him.

“Neither in the public nor in the secret have I said what the reporter claimed. When?
Where? With whom? and under what platform did the mendacious and wicked reporter hear or see me talk about Atiku?”

He added, “I will take action against such vulturous and satanic character assassins who have been working hard to destroy my reputation or make me a false prophet.

“I am busy with the work of God and I am now in a deeper contemplative encounter with the Awesome God.

“My concerns now are the healings, deliverances, blessings, breakthroughs etc of my people. I don’t talk carelessly. I speak when God has given me a word. For now, God has not revealed anything about Atiku Abubakar”.

The fiery preacher had backed President Muhammadu Buhari in the run up to the 2015 general elections to the consternation of then incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan’s team.

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