Mbaka’s father warns President Bukhari after God showed him that the young people will rise up and end his rule
An ardent man of God, the Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka warned of the end of the rule of President Muhammadu Bukhari if the political class continues to plunder the system.
According to the spiritual leader of the Ministries of Worship Enugu, Nigeria (AMEN), the country’s youth will overthrow the Bukhari regime, and any attempt to stop it will not work unless the president takes swift action to change things.
This, he said, depends on Bukhari’s ability to act quickly and save his government from impending extinction.
Mbaka spoke at the release of his popular annual Crossing Night ministry on December 31, 2020, advising the federal government to take quick steps to create jobs to prevent Nigerian youth from embarking on anxiety that could devour the regime.
The event, which took place at the AMEN Arena in Enugu, was called “The Cornucopia of New Miracles from God.”
The fiery priest has also targeted the country’s legislators, particularly members of the National Assembly (NAC).
Calling the legislators “kidnappers”, he argued that if the Bukhari administration does not rush to start truly caring for young people, they (the young) “will rise up and put an end to the current political system.”
Noting that the Nigerians are going through dire conditions, Mbaka also warned state governors, ministers and all political officials, noting that they only have a choice to repent and start “doing what is needed” or that they would be unbearable to wait.
“God’s Holy Spirit asked me to warn the government of the day to be very careful; change politics and take care of young people without politicizing their (youth) situation.
“The government must stand up and urgently create jobs and innovate opportunities that will benefit the country’s youth because they have suffered so much.
“Don’t politicize the situation of youth, otherwise the political system will arise and disappear.
“Should the government do this as soon as possible so that the time will come when young people will rebel against the government, and any attempt to stop them will put an end to the government?”
Mbaka, who did not specify when the latent youth unrest would occur, nevertheless left another cryptic statement.
He said: “I can foresee the year ahead; It is unknown if this will happen in 2021, but it is during a lifetime that God’s wrath will strike many people in political circles because they have plundered and dishonored this nation so much.
“Those who are supposed to serve the country have plundered the country for their own personal rise, so our children and grandchildren have no future.”
He noted that politicians have long sought to “gather and pack the Commonwealth of the Nation by refusing to create wealth, but now they have turned to tag young kidnappers, criminals, thugs and so on.
He also stated that God was angry with the leaders of the past and the present for turning young Nigerians into poverty in other countries due to the enormous difficulties in the country, and urged them to find a way to correct their mistakes.
“They should listen to God’s voice, sit down together and think about how to change Nigeria.
“The situation in the country portends wickedness, an unholy government at the highest level on behalf of the legislators; they are the real kidnappers, and God’s wrath is against them.
“I know they would like to attack this message as usual, but I warn you that no one, whether you are a politician or a man of God, will attack this message so as not to become a victim!
“Anyone plotting against this message or taking part in any gang against me or against this ministry, your evil plans will return and defeat you.
“Attention, this is no longer Mbaki’s father of 2020, but the father of 2021,” he said, adding that “there will be fire against fire this year; if you attack us, you will be attacked. “
“They stole opportunities for young people, stole the wealth of the country and jobs for young people.
“They have stolen a lot of infrastructure,” he added.