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Rev Mbaka visits President Buhari


Charismatic Catholic Priest, Rev Fr Ejike Camilus Mbaka on Monday visited President Muhammadu Buhari at the presidential villa in Abuja.

The controversial priest vocal about his political views and leanings got to the president’s office in the afternoon.

Mbaka supported Buhari ahead of the incumbent Goodluck Jonathan heading into the 2015 elections. The Priest soundly criticised Jonathan’s tenure trumpeting the need for change.

Although Mbaka endorsed Buhari for a second tenure, the priest strongly censured the President in his New Year message.

“Mr. President wake up. Sit up. God said you are toying with the privilege given to you. There is no time. Nigerians are dying in your hand. People are not happy with your system. Change or you will be changed,” said Mbaka at his popular Adoration Ground, in Enugu on January 1.

“God said that Buhari is in trouble. Buhari is hypnotised. Buhari is in a horrible bondage. Buhari’s mantra has been canibalised. Unless President Buhari quickly and strategically positions the right people and changes the former ones he inaugurated, the wind of change will blow him away shamefully.

“The wind will be too strong that Mr. President and the cabal will be blown out of office shamefully. The wind will be irresistible, for it will come like a hurricane. His office, if he is not careful, another will take.”

The cleric got into the public eye recently when a video emerged of him criticising the Peoples Democratic Party’s vice presidential candidate, Peter Obi, for not announcing his donations to the church.

Details later.

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