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Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Mbaka’s CAN Presidential bid on course

Mbaka’s CAN Presidential bid on course

The coast appears to be clearer now for controversial Reverend Ejike Mbaka of Adoration Ministries Enugu to fulfill his long-time ambition of becoming the next president of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN). A source at Aso Rock Villa, Abuja, Nigeria’s seat of power, made this information available to Biafra Media Group (BMG) yesterday after Mbaka’s visit to Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari.

Long before Mbaka’s visit to the Villa, many people had started suspecting the Catholic clergy as beginning to jettison his calling as a priest and delving dangerously into politics. The people started suspecting Mbaka based on his recent proclamations and posturing in the political terrain.
Biafra Media Group learnt that Mbaka went to the Villa to, among other things, pray for the ailing president and to solicit for financial support for his CAN presidential bid. Our source revealed that the President was happy to receive the Catholic Priest and that he expressed his willingness to assist the priest in any way possible to clinch the Christian top position. The President believed that with Mbaka as the CAN president, the Christians’ body will not oppose his Nigerian “islamization” agenda as strongly as the current CAN leadership under Ayo Oritsejafor had been doing.

According to our source, “Mbaka left the Villa with huge moral and financial support from the President. “As far as Mbaka’s ambition is concerned, I am sure funding will no longer be a problem for his ambition of becoming the next CAN President. He is well loaded” said our source.
It is however instructive to note that Mbaka turned against former president, Goodluck Jonathan, when he realized that Jonathan was not responding positively to his overtures for funding. This was the reason he campaigned seriously against Jonathan’s last reelection bid.

Few weeks ago, Aisha Buhari, wife of the current Nigerian President, visited him (Mbaka) and assured him that her husband was ready to do business with him. It was after her visit that Mbaka made a scathing remark against Biafra independent agitators. This statement shocked a lot of Biafrans who expected that as a Christian leader, and follower of Jesus Christ, he should have spoken out against the murder of non-violent Biafran agitators by Buhari’s government, instead of supporting genocide against his own people.
However, with the huge amount of money he received for his ambition from Buhari, last Friday, many Biafrans will now see Mbaka’s utterances against them as a case of “he who pays the piper dictates the tune.”

5 comments

  1. ppl shld be careful d way thy tlk abt d anointed man of God to avoid causes. I dnt see anythng bad 4 hm visiting d aso villa if invited, neither do i see anythng wrng 4 any person recvng fund from smone who wshes 2 hlp hm or her.

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    1. IS IT WISE FOR REV. FR EJIKE MBAKA TO CALLED IPOB EVIL? DID YOU KNOW THE MEANING SO HE IS THE SAINT? THE BIBLE TOLD US NOT TO JUDGE SO THAT WE CANNOT BE JUDGE. AS THE MATTER OF FACT MBAKA MADE A TERRIBLE MISTAKE AND MUST APOLOGIES TO HIS PEOPLE. IM A BIAFRAN AND AM NOT EVIL. ALL HAIL BIAFRA

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  2. Why are you guys doing this? All the lies you tell the public is rather outrageous now you have resorted to blasphemy. Mbaka, an Ibo man like you is one person whose prophecies had always come to pass. You guys better be careful. You don't get freedom with figment of your imaginations. Who was that person that attended his meeting with the President? Who was there when the President's wife visited Mbaka? Hmmm. Please be very careful. Now I know your members will start insulting me again as usual.

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  3. All I see is lies against an anointed man of God. Just hope you know the implication of what you are doing. Please repent of this and confess before its late.

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  4. I read what Mbaka said and I completely adopt his views as mine. We say we are fighting for the independence and emancipation of the Biafrans. A good cause no doubt. But a question continues to beg for answers. How far have we been able to manage our problems. We continue hearing the there is disagreement even within the camp. The leaders of the cause seem not to understand what it means to harmonize their differences and fight for a common goal. As much as I can tell, there are least of 4 bodies fight this cause separately and attacking one another as to which is truly fighting the cause of its people. The South Africa we know today succeeded because their level at which they were united far outweighed the level of their disunity. Umcomto we sizwe became a military organ of the group fighting their cause and the organ came as a result of their unanimous consent. But what I see here is a bunch of greedy people (excluding Nnamdi Kanu tho, because he has shown what it means to be a leader) who are making noise now basically because the see Project Biafra looming, hence make way for their political ambitions. Some people may say that we will cross the bridge when we get there, but I will humbly assert that a Biafra that will secure the future of her people cannot be founded upon such idea as crossing the bridge when we get there. We must start planning what future we want for ourselves by becoming the Change we want to see. Hence, I humbly reaffirm that the opinion of the Rev. Fr remains adopted as mine until I know the exact group fighting this cause and thereby see whom the true leaders of the group are. I mean selfless leaders who are ready to give their all for this just cause.
    I humbly submit with my unflinching support for this cause.
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    God bless us all.
    God bless Biafra.
    God bless the planet Earth through the Biafrans


    Ezejide Augustus N. E. Is a law student at the Obafemi Awolowo University, strongly advocating for an emancipated and independent Biafra (though with conditions attached).

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