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Whoever said I applied for contracts is an embarrassment to himself, to those he represents – Mbaka

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By Emmanuel Okogba

Spiritual Director of the Ministry of Worship, Enugu, Rev. P. Ejike Mbaka has described as childish and laughable the accusations that he is attacking President Muhammadu Buhari because he applied for contracts and was rejected.

It reported that the president’s senior special assistant, media and publicity, Garba Shehu, in response to Mbaka’s call for Buhari to resign or be indicted by the National Assembly, alleged that Mbaka’s attack was due to his failure to obtain government contracts. federal.

Addressing the accusation in his Sunday sermon obtained by , Mbaka said: “When they talk about giving contracts to Father Mbaka, I don’t want to talk about it because it is a childish and laughable accusation. Whoever says that is a disgrace to himself and a disgrace to the people he represents.

“Father Mbaka’s voice came from the spiritual, so what I am saying is indisputable. I have been silent because I was waiting for them to change until God said ‘speak’.

“Some messages are like dew, some like rain, and some like thunder. Anyone who challenges that message is challenging the God of Thunder and must be careful.

“The Father Mbaka who was speaking is not only a priest, but by the special grace of God a provider of work. For the glory of God, those who benefit directly from me monthly through direct salary are no less than 23,000 people.

“That person who challenges Fr. Mbaka, how many people is he feeding? So if I speak, do you speak? Why is the government paying you?

“I am not here to defend any charges, but the three men you mentioned are people who could have handled the insecurity of the nation. This was during Buhari’s first term and these men told them that they can help overcome insecurity.

“These men had the platform to end insecurity in a month. This was under Abba Kyari. I handed them over to the government. They only asked me to help them get to the government and offered to help insecurity, revive the nation’s economy by ending the theft of crude oil and providing employment.

“Anyone who tells the truth is branded a terrorist.

“Are the ones with better contracts than me? They have shown that they do not have a reward mechanism.

“The last person this administration should fight is Father Mbaka.” He said

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