Reverend Father Mbaka, a Catholic Priest and the Spiritual leader of the Adoration Ministries (AMEN) Enugu, has been slammed by the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, for the clergyman’s comments on the pro-Biafra group.
IPOB described Mbaka as a fake Fulani superstitious idol worshiper, adding that his ideologies were being controlled by hunger, lack of good education and knowledge on issues.
The pro- Biafra group nicknamed the priest “Usman Mbaka,” alleging that he has many contradictions in his teaching when compared to the Holy Bible. The group’s statement released by its spokesperson, Emma Powerful reads in full;
“From what Usman Mbaka said in his video about IPOB, you would have thought that the same Jesus he worships sells olive oil and pure water in his name, was 1000 years old when he started his ministry that changed the course of human history.
Every morning and night, this Fulani fake miracle selling superstitious idol worshiper kneel down to ask Jesus that died at the youthful age of 33 for money, protection and even more fools to attend his adoration ground for prayer to the same 33 year old saviour.
A man that destroyed Nigeria without firing a single bullet is greater than Nigeria, talk less of hungry, poorly educated men that think they are Igbo elites.
You see, Mbaka does not know the word of God, neither is he educated enough to understand historical events. It is fair to conclude therefore, that Usman Mbaka is not a priest of God. If Mbaka evidentially and demonstrably is not a servant of God, he must therefore a child of Satan and servant of Baal.
Why didn’t God use Reuben who was the eldest son of Jacob instead of Joseph who is second to the last? Why did God choose baby Moses, even as he was in a basket to lead his people out of Egypt instead of Moses’ father or another elder from the Hebrew community in Goshen Egypt? Why didn’t God choose one of the elders of Israel to lead the assault on the land Canaan but instead chose Joshua?
Why did God choose Samuel instead of the older more established priests from the house of Levi to serve in his temple instead of the boy Samuel?
Why did God anoint and make a young David king over Israel when there were ‘elites’ and men of the law he could have chosen a king from? Why was Jesus the son of a carpenter, at the very tender age of 11 preach against the doctrine and hypocrisy of the all powerful Pharisees and Sadducees or the corruption of the Sanhedrin?
The world knows only Jesus not the high priest of the temple or anyone from Sanhedrin, and that same God has chosen its leader, Nnamdi Kanu and not anybody from Ohaneze Ndigbo, South-East or South South Governors Forum or so called elites to lead the struggle for secession.
On a temporal note, the greatest general in recorded history is Alexander the Great of Macedonian. Guess what, he conquered all the known world before the age of 30 which to Usman Mbaka is too young and age to be considered an elite.
To him an Igbo elite is a corrupt disease ridden inconsequential Igbo homosexual trading his body for political favours from one Hausa Fulani town to another.
This is the type of God forsaken cowards and people Usman Mbaka want to lead the resurgent Biafran agitation. The same old men that did nothing about Igbo presidency until IPOB came along, they did not build second Niger Bridge, they did not build Enugu-Port Harcourt Expressway, neither did they use their elitism to build Onitsha-Enugu Expressway either.
The question Usman Mbaka must answer is, what has any of the men he is proposing should lead IPOB done for Biafra? Why didn’t these ‘elites’ as he calls them rise up and agitate for Biafra before Nnamdi Kanu came, that is, before God determined that Nnamdi Kanu should come; who stopped them? Nnamdi Kanu, Uche Mefor, Clifford Iroanya, Emma Nmezu, Nnennaya Anya, Ikenna Nwanonenyi, Chika Edoziem, Uchenna Asiegbu and many others are more educated, sophisticated, patriotic and more enlightened than all the Igbo elites put together.”
We bring to mind the fact that Father Mbaka has never hidden his support for President Muhammadu Buhari and this had made him to be labelled an enemy of the Igbo people for not supporting Goodluck Jonathan.
Meanwhile, following the observed tension in the country with some men of God, a non governmental organisation, the Centre for Social Justice, Equity and Transparency (CESJET), has appealed to Father Mbaka, TB Joshua, founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, and other anointed men of God to avoid hate sermons and instead continue to pray for Nigeria.