Mbaka: Some People Are Unhappy Buhari is Alive


Christopher Isiguzo in Enugu

As Nigerians look forward to the return of President Muhammadu Buhari from his medical trip abroad, fiery cleric and the Spiritual Director, ‎Adoration Ministry, Enugu Nigeria, (AMEN), Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka has asserted that there are people who are unhappy that the president is alive.

The Catholic priest disclosed of his recent vision concerning President Buhari’s ailment, noting however that several efforts he made to reach people close to Buhari over the vision had remained unsuccessful as they refused picking his calls.

Mbaka, reportedly made the revelation in one of his Adoration programmes in Enugu recently. He noted that though the chances of the president recovering from his ailment seemed slim, consistent prayers of the members of the congregation had made him whole.

“Some people hate everything about the President”, he stated, while narrating the vision which he saw before the President’s present trip to London.

According to him, in the vision, the President was critically sick and was being flown abroad for treatment. “His health was in a bad shape and he was asking that (Fr. Mbaka) should pray for him. None among the people I have called, picked my calls. People think I speak with Buhari every day. When people climb into power, they are dazed. It is a long dream. Our job is to pray for him but there are things that he must do and there is no way to communicate it to him”, Mbaka said.
He, therefore, asked the congregation to stand up and lift their hands up as he began to pray for the health and healing of President Buhari.

While concluding the prayer, he said “I want the enemies to see our President shining, prospering and moving majestically in glory. The chances of his healing may be little but now with our prayers and faith, the chances of his coming out is high. The spiritual energy with which we make this prayer is enormous that it shall do this for us. If you are ready for testimony, my God is ready with miracles.”