Mbaka stated this during his Wednesday weekly prayer meeting, in his prayer ground Umuchigbo-Nike Enugu.
The controversial cleric further noted that his religious inclination was a gift that God bestowed on him, to save the captives and preach the message of God to his people.
He said: “The gift I have is not sold in the market, neither do you get it anywhere in the world. So, when I prophesy you are not in a position to criticize the prophecy I give because it is from the oracle of the Holy Spirit.
“Those who are still plotting for the downfall of the adoration ministry should remember the present condition of Mr. Peter Obi, politically, and if they don’t desist from that, they will be failing in all their endeavours.
“The victory of President Muhammadu Buhari is divine. Could anybody believe that after all the insults that were thrown at him, that at the end of the day Buhari will win the presidential election? So, his victory has spiritual connotation.
“Even in Enugu state, didn’t you see what happened? I told Senator Ayogu Eze the Governorship candidate of the APC that he will not win the Governorship election, that Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi will finish his eight years in Office. Didn’t it happen? Out of over 400,000 votes that were cast, was it not 10,000 and something votes that he got? So my prophecy is not from man rather from God.
“Those of you who are criticising Buhari that he is not doing well should be mindful of your utterances. I could recall in 2012 when there was oil boom in the country I told the Nigeria President then, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan and his associates to save for the raining days and they did not heed my advice, rather they told me not to interfere in politics; that I should mind my pastoral work.
“So, the present hunger and famine in the land was not caused by Buhari but by the Jonathan administration. We should even thank God for giving us a type like Buhari who knows how to spend prudently.”
EFCC grills Kwara SSG, excos, lawmakers over N400m gift approved by Gov Ahmed
The commission, in a statement, said it is “currently interrogating the Secretary to the State Government, Sola Isiaka Gold and the Clerk of the State House of Assembly, Kperogi Halimat Jummai over the alleged payment which did not follow due process.
“Kperogi who confirmed that the Lawmakers have received their severance gratuity told EFCC operatives that the payment was approved by the State Governor, Abdulfatah Ahmed.”
It noted that all the 25 Lawmakers and some members of the State Executive Council two weeks ago received about N400million severance gratuity before the expiration of their tenure despite the fact that the State is owing workers about three months salaries.
The petitioner said even though the Lawmakers and members of the State Executive Council are entitled to severance payment, it was the next administration that was supposed to pay the money.
It was further alleged that the State Government with selfish intent, swiftly paid the money before the expiration of their terms.
“More worrisome was the issue of furniture allowance running to hundreds of millions of naira according to the petitioner, which they wanted paying along with severance gratuity”, it added.
EFCC revealed that, in a letter written by the Speaker, Kwara State House of Assembly, Dr. Ali Ahmed to the State Governor, it was confirmed that the Lawmakers were entitled to severance gratuity at the end of their tenure due to terminate on June 7, 2019.
“In accordance with the provisions of the Revenue Mobilization, Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMA & FC) Honourable Members are entitled to 200 percent of their annual basic salaries as their severance gratuity allowance at the end of their tenure of Office”, the Speaker’s letter added.
Atiku vs Buhari: Heavy security ahead of Wednesday’s tribunal sitting
A statement on Tuesday sent to DAILY POST by DSP Anjuguri Manzah, Police Public Relations Officer, said there will be diversion of traffic at Goodluck Ebele way and Shehu Shagari Way.
While apologising for the inconveniences the arrangement might cause, the Command explained that it was part of proactive measure to beef up security at the venue and forestall any act that could disrupt the Tribunal sitting and result in the breakdown of law and order; especially clash between supporters of both parties.
“In view of this development, members of the public are advised to use alternative routes to their destinations on Wednesday.
“The Command reiterate its commitment to the protection of lives and property in the Federal Capital Territory”, it said.
Anambra CP orders arrest of tricycles, buses operating with curtains, tinted glasses
The CP gave the order on Tuesday in a statement in Awka, where he ordered that such vehicles or tricycles be impounded.
He further asked residents of the state to avoid patronizing them in order not to fall victims of their nefarious activities.
He said, “Information at the disposal of the Anambra State Police Command revealed that hoodlums in the State are using commercial vehicles especially shuttle buses and KEKE NAPEP with tinted glasses and thick curtains (which shield their interiors) in Awka, Onitsha, Ekwulobia, Oko and other densely populated areas to rob unsuspecting passengers and disposes them of their valuables without being detected by the law enforcement agencies.
“In view of the foregoing, the Commissioner of Police CP Mustapha Dandaura has ordered with immediate effect, the arrest of any commercial vehicle especially shuttle bus driver or Keke riders found operating with tinted glasses or curtains in the State and such vehicles/Keke be impounded by the Police.
“For the avoidance of doubt, the Command will commence intensive stop and search Operations to enforce this order to the letter.”
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