In a fiery sermon on Sunday, Enugu priest Rev Fr Ejike Mbaka didn’t mince words as he criticized President Bola Tinubu’s administration for insecurity and hardship in Nigeria. Mbaka acknowledged the hurdles Tinubu faced, including the Naira redesign policy, but urged the president to demonstrate political will in tackling the country’s challenges.
During his impassioned homily at Adoration Ministry in Emene, Enugu State, Mbaka highlighted corruption in the oil sector, criticizing Tinubu for not taking a firm stance against a certain cabal. The charismatic priest challenged the president to address issues in education, security, and the plight of farmers, emphasizing the urgency of action.
Mbaka warned of a looming wave of hunger if insecurity persisted, urging citizens to be engaged and farmers protected. He called on Tinubu to leverage his wealth to bring about positive change, emphasizing the need for policies that prioritize security, empowerment, and support for the youth.
The priest’s remarks sparked cheers from his parishioners, resonating with concerns over the state of the nation. Mbaka, known for his controversial prophecies, has once again taken a bold stand, imploring Tinubu to lead Nigeria towards a meaningful transformation.