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Nnamdi Kanu Is My Spiritual Son, Brother – Fr Mbaka Declares

Mbaka Had Last Week Prayed That God Will Bless The IPOB Leader For Having The Courage To Fight For His People

Catholic Priest And Spiritual Director Of Adoration Ministry, Enugu, Fr Ejike Mbaka, Has Described Leader Of The Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu As His Spiritual Son And Brother.

Mbaka Had Last Week Prayed That God Will Bless The IPOB Leader For Having The Courage To Fight For His People, Stating That The Government Is Worried Because He Is Blessing Nnamdi Kanu.

The Cleric Noted That He Brought Three Contractors For The Buhari-Led Administration To Tackle Insecurity But According To Him, Anyone Who Tells The Buhari Government The Truth, Will Be Branded A Terrorist.

“Those Attacking Me Are Crocodiles But God Is Ready For Them. If Their Worry Is That I’m Blessing Nnamdi Kanu, Wherever He Is God Is Still Blessing Him Without Me, He Said

“Is He Not My Brother ? Spiritually He Is My Son So What Is Their Problem? I Will Continue To Speak The Truth.

“The Last Person This Administration Should Fight Should Be Father Mbaka Unless The Anger Of Heaven Will Be Upon Them Because I Represent The Downtrodden In This Country,” He Warned.

“Nigerians Dying Of Hunger Are More Than Those Dying Of Insecurity There Is Stomach Insecurity. Our Leaders Are The Coronavirus In The Country, Money Meant To Build Industries For Youths To Have Employment, They Are Packing It For Election,” He Added.

Meanwhile, Nnamdi Kanu Had Told The Igbos To Ignore Claims By The Presidency But Should Rather Defend The Catholic Priest.

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