People are dying in Buhari’s hand – Mbaka

553, Rev Fr. Ejike Mbaka

Catholic priest, Rev Fr. Ejike Mbaka, on Monday thought he spoke truth to power telling President Muhammadu Buhari to deliver his electoral promises or risk being voted out of power.

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Mbaka made the call during his New Year message at the Emene Enugu Adoration Ground.

According to the fiery priest, the President had not lived up to expectations and may suffer defeat in 2019 if he fails to mend his way.

He also lamented alleged increase in mortality among citizenry blaming Buhari for it.

He said, “The Lord says, Nigerians, he says, captive Nigerians, you will be speedily rescued; Nigerians, things are very very difficult, hard and tough nowadays; the hardship is not from God, they are man- made. The wicked cabals and satanic agents in this country have wickedly kidnapped the goodwill and good intentions of Mr. President, Muhammadu Buhari; his good intentions have been kidnapped; President Buhari must wake up and sit up immediately or heaven demands him, heaven demands Buhari, our President to change all those who are holding and caging him in captivity; if he will not change them, he will be changed.

“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; God said that Buhari is in trouble; Buhari is hypnotized; Buhari is in a horrible bondage and Buhari’s mantra has been cannibalized. Unless President Buhari quickly and strategically, positions the right people and changes the former ones inaugurated by him, the wind of change that he himself inaugurated 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. Buhari can handle this problem but number one, his office, if he is not careful, another will take it.”

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