…Proceeds to monastery, urges followers not to be part of any protest
…Says God will reverse everything
CONTRARY to reports currently circulating on social media, the Founder and Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry Enugu, Nigeria (AMEN), Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has denied prophesying against candidate of Labour Party, Mr. Peter Obi’s victory in the forthcoming 2023 presidential election.
Fr. Mbaka made the rebuttal in a video he shared on Facebook, yesterday.
Explaining that he never spoke ill of Peter Obi on Sunday, Mbaka said there was no time he prophesied that Obi will be disgraced at the polls next year.
“After handing over to Fr. Anthony Amadi on Sunday, I started hearing that Fr. Mbaka spoke against Peter Obi. I, Rev Fr. Mbaka, on that Sunday never mentioned Peter not to talk of Obi. Please whoever is being used by the devil to blackmail me in the name of doing any job for anybody is satanic and should apologise, withdraw such nefarious, and satanic utterances and be careful when you want to harm the image of a man of God. Whoever did that, I have forgiven you, but I want to hear that you have apologised and withdrew what you said against me on that day. Just to put the Adoration Ministry in trouble,” Mbaka said.
In another development, Fr. Mbaka has called on his followers to stop protest and demonstration since he has officially departed for the monastery.
Mbaka made the call via a video uploaded on his ministry’s official Facebook page, yesterday, adding that everything will be reversed by God.
“I wish to use this opportunity to bless and encourage you as I depart to the monastery in obedience to my bishop. I want you to remain calm as written in Psalm 46:10. This is a time we shall know the real adorers. Please, back me with your prayers so that I will go and embark on deeper reflections and interior waiting on the Lord. I want to remind you of Jeremiah 29:13, God will reverse everything. God has good plans for us and not to destroy us. This is not a time to be sorrowful. Be calm and vigilant. Stop every form of protest and demonstration. I love you and I will be with you. God bless you,” he said.