Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry Enugu, Father Ejike Mbaka, has said President Muhammadu Buhari will suffer if he doesn’t show that he is not part of those causing insecurity in the country.
Mbaka made this statement during mass at the Adoration Ministry premises, sounding the alarm that the country has collapsed under Buhari’s watch.
He said, “Start preparing where to run to, trouble is coming, Nigeria has collapsed and Abuja will no longer be a safe zone for politicians.
“President Buhari has not shown that he is not part of the insecurity ravaging the country, you have to show that you are not part of the insecurity.
“President Buhari will suffer if he doesn’t change his ways. Was Abba Kyari not sent abroad for treatment? But what happened? He died.”
The controversial cleric said Buhari has failed Nigeria woefully and that he should resign now. According to him, Nigerians are crying because they don’t have a shepherd.
“God will ask Nigerians: Nigerians why are you crying? We are crying because our leaders have failed us woefully. If it was in a civilised country, by now, President Buhari would have resigned. Quote me anywhere and let the whole world hear it. By now, with what is happening, President Buhari should honourably resign.
“What is the matter? Nigerians are crying, why? Because there is no security in this country. The House of Representatives and the Senate should impeach the President if he doesn’t want to resign.
“If the members of these two Houses do not want to impeach him and they want to begin to fight Fr Mbaka, something worse than what they ever imagined will happen to the members of the Senate and members of the House of Representatives. Disaster is coming! Until the government of this country finds something useful for our youths, they are going to face disaster, a time is coming when, if you are asked to be a governor, senator, house of a representative member, you will begin to run because I’m trying to tell you that we cannot continue like this.
“The leaders have made the youth suffer; it is time for the civilians to make the leaders suffer. Enough of this rubbish, most of the reasons why you come here for prayers are not prayer projects, these are things the government should supply. To feed, pay for house rent, even to import products from abroad, taxation has doubled, the international community cannot come to Nigeria to invest anymore. Are we living or dying?
“God is asking what is the matter, I am telling God now, let him change our leaders.”
Mbaka’s warning comes as Paul Adefarasin, senior pastor of House on the Rock Church, called on Nigerians to have a ‘Plan B’ that includes absconding from the country in light of the monstrous security situation.
According to the clergyman, the country is plagued by a failure of leadership and it’s time for a serious national dialogue among leaders.