Fiery Enugu-based Catholic priest, Rev. Father Mbaka has sent a strong warning signal to President Muhammadu Buhari.
Father Mbaka in his most recent sermon warned the president that Nigerians may vote him out in 2019.
He lambasted President Buhari over the economic hardship challenging the country.
Father Mbaka described this as a direct result of poor leadership under the Buhari-led government.
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The controversial clergyman stated clearly that the president should know that Nigerians may vote him out in the next presidential election.
Mbaka also said that Nigerians are clearly getting tired of the present administration.
Father Mbaka – Nigerians Are Getting Tired
He added that he had campaigned against ex-president Goodluck Jonathan because of the extensive corruption in the previous administration.
Mbaka opined that he had hoped that Buhari’s government would be better after his avowed declaration to fight corruption.
According to Mbaka,
“No nation could survive when the cankerworm of corruption eats deep into its social fabric as was witnessed in the past administration which informed his interest and desire to opt for a change.
“The change which eventually came under the leadership of Buhari is not helping matters as poverty is “smelling” in Nigeria.
“Landlords are lamenting while tenants are hungry and frustrated.”
Concerning the agitation of militants in the Niger Delta especially the Niger Delta Avengers, Mbaka also aired his views.
Father Mbaka questioned the rationale for calling the Niger Delta Avengers criminals.
He was of the opinion that they are in fact fighting a just cause considering the degree of damage done to the region’s ecosystem which has been feeding the nation for decades.
The notable charismatic Catholic priest had predicted former president Goodluck Jonathan’s loss in the 2015 elections.
Mbaka had said Jonathan would be swept away by the wind of change in the last presidential poll.
Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka recently celebrated the 21st anniversary of his priestly ordination.
He received a goodwill and congratulatory message from President Buhari.