Father Mbaka says Ihedioha should have sought God’s intervention.
– Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka faults Emeka Ihedioha for refusing to seek to God’s intervention over a prophecy that predicted the outcome of the verdict of the Supreme Court on the Imo governorship election
– The Catholic priest says Ihedioha should have sought God’s intervention instead of criticising him (Mbaka) over the prophecy
– The cleric dismisses allegations that he is a member of the APC member
Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka has claimed that Emeka Ihedioha, the PDP governorship candidate in Imo state, lost at the Supreme Court because he failed to seek God’s intervention over a prophecy that predicted the outcome of the apex court’s verdict on the Imo governorship election.
Prior to the Supreme Court ruling, Mbaka had on December 31, 2019, predicted that the PDP-administration of Ihedioha would be replaced by a government of Hope Uzodinma from the APC.
It came as a surprise to many Nigerians when the cleric’s prediction on the Imo governorship election came to pass.
Reacting to his prediction, the catholic priest on Sunday, January 19, said Ihedioha should have sought God’s intervention instead of criticising him (Mbaka) over the prophecy, Vanguard reports.
“What’s the distance from Imo State to Enugu, that after given the message on December 31, 2019, Ihedioha cannot come to adoration and seek for God’s intervention, rather he embarked on attacking and castigating the message and the messenger. Tell me the person that attacked a genuine man of God and went scot-free?” He said He said Ihedioha should have asked him what do to avert the prophecy.
“I think that when a message like that is given the right thing to do is to ask the prophet what to do to avert it,” Mbaka noted. The cleric dismissed the allegations that he was collecting money to declare prophecies because he was a member of the APC. He said as a prophet of God, the message he preaches is not partisan.
Meanwhile, members of the PDP in Ogun state have taken to the streets to protest the judgment of the Supreme Court on the appeal against the victory of Emeka Ihedioha as governor of Imo state at the polls.