There may be no Nigeria in 2023, Mbaka lays curses on Buhari, other ruling political elites
Speaking during sermon at the adoration ground in Enugu State, the popular Catholic priest warned Buhari against planning to hand over power to the north.
The Spiritual Director of the Adoration Ministry Enugu, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has Placed curses on president Mohamadu Buhari and other ruling political leaders in the country for making life so unbearable for the Nigerian poor masses, he also warned the Muhammadu Buhari-led government that Nigeria may cease to exist if the north retains power in the forthcoming 2023 general elections.
Speaking during a sermon at the adoration ground in Enugu State, the popular Catholic priest warned Buhari against planning to hand over power to the north.
According to Mbaka, the Northerners should forget about leadership in the coming political era, saying there may be a disaster if the north tries to impose the next President on Nigerians.
He said, “The issue of after Buhari, the North should lead again, President Buhari should better plan well and hand over to the South, but if the north wants to take over, this country will collapse.
“There may be no Nigeria again if the President, because of whatever, tries to hand over power back to the north. After Buhari, the Northerners should forget about leadership in this coming political era.
“If they try to make a northerner next President, disaster will happen, going forward will be impossible, going back will be a dream. Anyhow they want to do the political maneuvering, they should make sure that justice prevails.
“The spirit of the Lord has asked me to say this because they have what it takes to plant a northerner. Buhari should remember that Nigerians trusted him when he came in and he should remember that one day, he is leaving that place.”
Continuing the fiery cleric called on president Buhari and the ruling political elites to repent and have mercy on the suffering masses of this country, stating that if they fail to heed to this call that they and all their family members shall experience unimaginable disaster. Father Mbaka also warned his fellow priests, pastors and other religious leaders who are keeping silence while the masses are suffering to speak up or face the same consequences that will soon befall the
corrupt Nigerian ruling class.