Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry has for the first time reacted after his ‘prophecy’ on the Imo governorship came into fruition.
Mbaka had predicted that Senator Hope Uzodinma, the APC candidate in the 2019 elections would become Imo state’s governor but insisted he doesn’t know how.
He was critisized severally for the daring revelation which turned to be true following yesterday’s supreme court verdict. According to him, the apex court’s judgement has again vindicated him as a true prophet of God.
A statement by his spokesman, Maximus Ugwuoke, in Enugu said people should learn to fear God and respect His servant whenever he says “Thus says the Lord”.
According to him, “We are not all gifted alike; Fr Mbaka’s prophetic gift should be a source of pride for the Catholic Church and indeed all true Christians as a living evidence of divine presence within the church.
“As a lawyer, I tell you that there are double-fold angles to this miracle. One is the miraculous resuscitation of Hope Uzodimma from the far away position he was placed in the election result announced by INEC in Imo State. The second is the unanimous confirmation of the seven justices of the Supreme Court (without a dissent view) that Uzodimma was the rightful winner of the election.
“Fr Mbaka had at all times been consistent in his insistence of God’s revelation to him of Hope Uzodimma as Imo governor even before his 31st December night message and before Uzodimma’s appeal to the Supreme Court. Uzodimma; becoming the governor of Imo was just a part of the about 40 prophetic prayers Fr Mbaka made on the 31st December night. But that became the only issue people satanically picked against him.
“Today, again God has vindicated Fr. Mbaka as He has always done for Fr Mbaka and adoration ministry in all the battles, vituperations and attacks the ministry had faced in the past. To God be the glory.”
Justice Kudirat Kekere-Ekun, the judge who delivered the judgement had declared that the 236,000 votes due to Uzodinma and APC from 318 polling units were wrongly excluded and should be added.