Fr. Ejike Mbaka has made a turn on his previous statement which blamed Buhari and stated that he will not win 2019 election and his presently blames the former president, Jonathan Goodluck, for Nigeria’s current economic crisis.
According to reports, his spokesperson, Maximus Ugwuoke, stated that the controversial Enugu-based Catholic Priest, attributed the bad economy to the previous administration. According to him, things might have been better, if Goodluck had listened to his prophecies, and ran a resourceful government.
“When these prophesies come, it must not be what people think or want; people are entitled to their views; those reactions mean nothing; the important thing is that there is nothing he had prophesized which never came to pass; the ministry does not care how people feel about his prophesies.
Some call him controversial priest; some call him fiery priest and all that, they are entitled to their opinion. The fact remains that he is a true prophet. I will tell you something, it is for us humans to judge prophesies; he was the only person who said Buhari would win.
Don’t forget that two months before that prophesy, Jonathan’s wife came to the adoration ground; that is to tell you that the prophesy came from God; if after such visit, he had the courage to reveal such prophesy against them, that tells you that it is much more than what people think. Whether the prophesy is a good one or not, talking about the suffering, it has nothing to do with the prophesy.
Before Buhari took over, the dollar was rising, there was already problem with our economy. They had oil boom but never saved; they just wasted the opportunity. Even the suffering we are talking about was part of his prophesies. I recall that on 31st of January this year, he said clearly that Nigerians should brace up for hard times, he said a lot of hardship was under way; what these suffering Nigerians are passing through are a process of change. I’m seeing a great future for Nigerians; he made it clear that there are so many holes which needed to be filled”, the statement read
Source: Lindaikeji, saharareporters