Fr. Mbaka Commends FG Over Judges Arrest


Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka, has commended the Federal Government for the arrest of some judges in the country.

The Spiritual leader of the Adoration Ministry, Emene, who stated this at the Thanksgiving Mass to mark the Enugu State Judiciary 2016/2017 legal year at the Adoration ground described the judges arrest as a ‘supernatural revolution’.

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“The arrest of the judges is a supernatural brand new revolution that is going on in all dimensions, in all the three arms of government.

“When a revolution starts, you cannot imagine where it would reach. I urge judges to remain incorruptible or be arrested and whoever arrests them should be praised.”

Father Mbaka also commended the visionary leadership of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, according to the priest, residents are happy with the governor’s performances so far.

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“We, the Enugu State people and residents, are happy with Governor Ugwuanyi’s performance so far.”

He also urged the people of Enugu state to support Governor Ugwuanyi’s administration for a better performance, as he has been anointed by God to make things right.

“I will implore everybody in the state to continue to support his administration because he has been anointed by God to do the right things.

 “I am always praying to God to grant him the grace to expand infrastructural growth to sub-urban communities to link up such areas with the urban centres.”

Mbaka also noted that the governor’s leadership style has fostered development especially in this period of recession.

Describing the new legal year as “a year of favour”, Mbaka advised lawyers to have the fear of God and eschew corruption in the discharge of their responsibilities.

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He also enjoined the younger generation of lawyers to imbibe the ethics of hard work and discipline that would enable them to rise to the zenith of their career.