Supreme Court ruling has vindicated me as a mouthpiece of God – Mbaka
– If prophecy is anyting to be believed, then Father Ejike Mbaka should not be taken for granted when next he makes a comment – This is as Mbaka has said that none of his prophecies have returned to him void with prove to back it up – The cleric said that the Supreme Court’s ruling on Governor Emeka Ihedioha has proven that he is truly a man of God Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka of the Adoration Ministry, Enugu, Nigeria (AMEN) has said that he ruling of the Supreme Court on Imo governorship election has proven that he is truly a man of God. Speaking through his spokesman, Maximus Oguoke, on Wednesday, January 15, Mbaka boasted that none of his prophecies has come back to him void, The Sun reports. Oguoke said that the cleric’s gift of prophecy is a blessing to the Catholic church and to all Christians in Nigeria.
He said: “Fr Mbaka had at all times been consistent in his insistence of God’s revelation to him of Hope Uzodimma as Imo governor even before his 31st December night message and before Uzodimma’s appeal to the Supreme Court.
“Today, again God has vindicated Fr. Mbaka as He has always done for Fr Mbaka and adoration ministry in all the battles, vituperations and attacks the ministry had faced in the past.
To God be the glory.” The media aide said that unanimous decision of the seven-man panel of the apex court and that the fact that Hope Uzodinma came from an unexpected place to a position of eminence prove that is all a miracle from God.
Meanwhile, Mbaka had predicted that the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Imo governorship election, Hope Uzodinma, would take over the reins of leadership in the state from incumbent Emeka Ihedioha.
Father Mbaka made the declaration late on Tuesday, December 31 during his Passover night ministration. He claimed that the APC will take over the leadership from the Peoples Democratic Party-led government of Ihedioha. Although Mbaka said he could not explain how it would happen, he however, told a shocked congregation that his prophecy would come to pass because others delivered on the same prayer grounds in the past did the same.