Fiery and controversial Enugu Catholic Priest, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, on Sunday, disclosed that he is not a prophet of doom.
Father Mbaka also said he has no regrets over the 2015 change prophesy despite the current economic challenges being faced by Nigerians.
Mbaka, who is the Spiritual Director of the Adoration Ministry Enugu Nigeria (AMEN), will be celebrating his 21 years priestly ordination anniversary.
Speaking through his media aide, Barr. Maximus Ike Ugwuoke on the sidelines of the activities ahead of his 21 years priestly ordination anniversary, dismissed the notion that he was a prophet of doom.
In 2015, Fr. Mbaka had predicted that former President Goodluck Jonathan would be defeated in the presidential election.
Fr. Ejike Mbaka Marks 21 Years Ordination Anniversary
This earned him a lot of criticisms in several quarters.
The priest, however, maintained that the previous administration, which ran a wasteful government should be held responsible for the present situation.
According to his spokesman,
“when these prophecies come, it must not be what people think or want. People are entitled to their views.
“Those reactions mean nothing; the important thing is that there is nothing he had prophesized which never came to pass.
“Some call him “controversial” priest; some call him fiery priest and all that, they are entitled to their opinion. The fact remains that he is a true prophet.
“I will tell you something, it is not for us human to judge prophesies. He (Fr. Ejike Mbaka) was the only person who said Buhari would win.
“If it were in the olden days, all those so-called men of God who castigated him would have received the wrath of God immediately. All of them should be ashamed of themselves now.
“When you look at that prophesy on Jonathan, he gave it and it came to pass. Don’t forget that two months before that Prophesy, Jonathan’s wife came to the adoration ground.
“That is to tell you that the prophesy came from God. If after such visit, he had the courage to reveal such prophesy against them, that tells you that it is much more than what people think.
“Whether the prophesy is a good one or not, talking about the suffering, it has nothing to do with the prophesy.”