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Ejike Mbaka Releases New Prophecy About Buhari, Says Nigerians Won’t Vote For Him In 2019

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August 2nd, 2016 – Rev Father Ejike Mbaka Releases New Prophecy About Buhari, Says Nigerians Will Not Vote For Him In 2019

In one of his latest sermons, Enugu-based Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka told Buhari the plain truth of what is coming ahead of him.

Ejike on Sunday came hard on President Buhari for occupying himself with issues of  Bukola Saraki and Ike Ekweremadu’s emergence as Senate and Deputy Senate President while the country was on fire.

He stated categorically that God told him Nigerians will not vote Buhari for second term come 2019.

See excerpt of his latest  prophecy below

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  1. Tofunmi

    August 2, 2016 at 11:29 PM

    I believe his prophecy let the will of God be done

  2. Bench

    August 3, 2016 at 12:02 AM

    I am don’t know say this was hapun bifor say Father Mbaka can told Buhari say he is fok up. Everybody is know say Buhari is chain us. Even animal is follow know. Goat wey wss chop grass is not see grass chop again bicos womens have follow to chop grass. Womens are use grass cook food so goat and nama is not see wetin to chop again. Even me weyris smoke igbo, I am not see igbo again bicos womens are use it to cook food now. Things are suffer us.

  3. Metu Nyetu

    August 3, 2016 at 12:44 AM

    The Igbos say enekata eze anya n’iru, ekpunye nkata n’iru were gwa ya eziokwu, there comes a time when you cover your face with a basket (in case you are afraid to make eye contact) and tell the king the bitter truth.

    For the nth time I have to repeat this: I was the only guy in my house who had spoken in favour of PMB prior to the polls. But few months into his reign, all I can see is that the only vision he has is to punish his enemies. To prove that I am not far from the truth, about five days ago, he sensationally reopened a deep wound the nation has nursed for the past 31 years, namely the coup that IBB used to oust him from office on August 27, 1985.

    My pertinent questions became:
    1) Is he trying to prosecute IBB?
    2) Why, of all things, should we be talking about a 31-year-old dead case when we have very critical issues at hand?
    3) Does this not hint that he is still nursing deep-seated animosity against IBB?

    The only thing I see is that our much vaunted man of change is more concerned about an even score with his perceived enemies than whatever else is happening to the nation. Many Nigerians, myself inclusive, were deceived by PMB’s first shot as the president, not asking ourselves whether or not it was Idiagbon’s glory that he cashed in on. Now there is no Idiagbon, no glory anymore. All we see is a super vexed individual with one single focus—fighting his enemies.

    I do not blame Mbaka for previously pitching his tent with PMB because I was equally blindfolded. It’s just that I woke up in time, whereas Mbaka is just waking up now. Well, better late than never, they say, even though it is not late at the moment.

    I am just glad that this is coming from a man like Mbaka. Perhaps, a public reproof from a man who had hitherto sang his praise would jolt him from his slumber into sobriety. It is the living that will benefit from any fight against corruption, and not the dead.

  4. Omokehinde

    August 3, 2016 at 12:50 AM

    Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka is one of the very very few ministers of God that I greatly honor and respect. The man of God is very humble, straight forward, highly spirited, and has done nothing to enrich himself lIke others. The Rev. Father warning is very critical but we must also remind ourselves that before PMB was sworn as Nigerian President, more than 25 states of the federation were unable to pay salaries of the state workers. Buhari got there, and issued billions of dollars in allocations to all the states. There is great possibility that PMB might not be elected to 2nd term in office, but who will come to perform instant miracles and instantly change our situations when the only source of over 98% of Nigerian revenue is from crude with unprecedented drop in its price at the world market? According to former Minister of Finance-Mrs. Ngozi Eweala that served under both Obasanjo and Jonathan administration, the hardship that we are currently experiencing is a rippling effects from failure of Jonathan administration to safe money for the raining days when crude oil was sold for straight five years at $150/barrel. Obasanjo left over $6 billions in reverse for Yaradua administration even as crude oil was at $65 peak through his eight years in Aso Rock. The reason why things have not gone ballistic is the facts that PMB admistration is free of any embezzlement, mismanagement, misappropriation, money laundering operations, and corruption that characterized Jonathan administration. Honestly, PMB was elected at the most critical and challenging times like never before seen in Nigerian history. What can a righteous man do when the foundation is faulty? Our federalism type of government that enables each state to depends solely on federal govt. monthly allocations for its operations, budget and capital projects without investing and generating funds on their own is a national disaster. Now that federal revenue has been reduced by over 70% due to sharp drop in crude oil price, about 30 states of the federation can not even pay worker’s salaries talkless of embarking on infrastructural building, education, and other social amenities. You can all blame PMB, vote him out of office in 2019 as predicted by a highly respected Rev. Father Mbaka, but who else can perform magic without funds? I close my case.

  5. Omokehinde

    August 3, 2016 at 1:06 AM

    Naira will still fall the more because the only thing Nigeria exchanges for money is crude oil, if the crude oil price goes up, naira will appreciate, but the price of oil continues to fall like pure water, there is nothing anyone-including PMB can do to offset the effect of supply and demand, naira will continue to go the way of crude oil price. Our only option is to invest massively in agriculture, poultry, farming, cash crops in order to reduce our dependent on foreign goods and products. And each state should come up with great ideas to generate revenue internally to offset reduced allocations from federal government. Nigerian people most especially the youths should go back to small and large scale farming to offset the impending economic downturn and food shortage bease sharp drop in crude oil price. We must not wait and stay idle waiting for any govt., but we must rise up to the challenge by doing our own part. Nigeria has been shattered and destroyed by crooks, looters, and unpatriotic criminals for over 40 years of oil boom, now that we have oil doom that we were never prepared for. Those with unbiased and sound minds may reasons along with me.

    • muyi

      August 4, 2016 at 5:00 PM

      You said it all. Even if Buhari is not after looters at this time, there is no miracle he can perform due to oil doom.

    • Frank

      August 5, 2016 at 4:02 PM

      I absolutely agree with your very unbiased submission. The only part of the PMB government I do not tow in line with is their inability to be economically creative and begin to focus on other economic ways to improve the economy; like you mentioned, the development of Agriculture, encourage SMES etc. Be mindful of the fact that the constant supply of electricity is very important in all of these. The government should begin to think and act outside the box. This applies to us the citizens as well. Stop the blame game and let’s move on.

    • ogamba moses

      October 9, 2016 at 8:23 PM

      thank you my dear for this piece of truth

  6. Konga

    August 3, 2016 at 1:06 AM

    I dont understand whether this is a prophecy or his own personal opinion.Is it not so glaring that even the Rat in the house know that no Nigerian will vote for GMB in the next election if the condition in Nigeria remain the same.It is just a simple arithmetic calculation ….You dont have to be a prophet to know that .

    • I

      August 3, 2016 at 2:36 AM

      You spoke my mind. Took the words right out of my mouth.

  7. Edu1

    August 3, 2016 at 6:05 AM

    But rev mbaka i tuth u were d one campaighying for buhari telling nigerians that gej is a bad leader lets nigerians vote him out in d office, but y complaning about buhari? Let me tell u, after his eight years in d office he wll later b d governor of enugu state.

    • muyi

      August 4, 2016 at 5:03 PM

      I tell you, if Jonathan is still the president, the country will be worse than what we are experiencing. I guess a dollar by now will be #1500, due to his lack of direction and looting, with the current oil price slash.

  8. sola olaniyi

    August 3, 2016 at 6:30 AM

    i agree with @omokehinde comment

  9. Prince

    August 3, 2016 at 6:31 AM

    This doesn’t sound like a prophecy, it’s a personal opinion and they are all true but all is well.

  10. fifelomo

    August 3, 2016 at 6:42 AM

    With or without any prophecy, 2019 is a no for buhari!

  11. mv

    August 3, 2016 at 7:05 AM

    My people we don’t need to be told that we are in the end time and Buari is the antichrist

  12. buzu-k

    August 3, 2016 at 7:47 AM

    we all know dat we voted one-chance in disguise of change!,but mr buhari dont make father mbaka ur enemy now he told u the bitter truth,bcus u were commending and applauding him when he spoke against jonathan in 2015 campaign.remove the chain u put on nigerians and make us to see positive change,not jst change.


    August 3, 2016 at 7:49 AM


  14. huchennar

    August 3, 2016 at 7:50 AM

    @konga God blesa you for those words of yours…this same father antagonised Goodluck Jonathan and advise us to go for buhari… *somehow*

  15. Tina A

    August 3, 2016 at 9:01 AM

    hmm,funny you Bench i know Rev father Mbaka is a God fearing man,and our president should please listen to him,we all are suffering their is no foon in the country,robbery everywhere,how can a president leave his people to suffer like this,he should try and behave like Mandela,late south Africa president who fought for his country,till date people still love him in his grave,Mr president with the name of God pls listen to the cry of our people,thanks.

  16. Big Aunty Koks

    August 3, 2016 at 9:06 AM

    Yes, people who have never asked anything from people are now forced to ask. The price of everything has gone up. Only salary has not gone up although it is rumored that reduction in perks of office is contemplated, meaning even the meager salary is likely to go down.
    If thre are experts perhaps it is time to get them to volunteer their services! Ministry of Experts, over to you. It is very disturbing indeed!

  17. AK

    August 3, 2016 at 10:06 AM

    We Nigerians have our destiny in our own hands. In the 1970’s Nigeria was a very great country due to our exportation of cocoa. Nigerians received great respect overseas, but today we are a ridicule in every nation the moment Nigeria is been mentioned. Once a flight from Nigeria lands anywhere in Europe the immigration officers are doubled, police are visible and checks upon checks of our people, visas, passports are drafted and put in place, why? The way and manner we have treated ourselves at home. The way forward is to go back and retrace our steps. Start farming no matter how small. Let the real operation feed the nation begins. Enough of our foreign dependent on good items and foods. Whether it is PMB or anyone else in Aso rock the story will be the same. We cannot spend what we do not have. It is time we face reality. And with the rate things are going no street, no state in the whole federation will be safe for us to walk freely. Crime will soar like we have never seen and only God can save us from the wrath of our own making.

  18. betty

    August 3, 2016 at 10:20 AM

    pmb doesn’t need anyone to tell him. he is just there to fight PDP. am glad it’s still d same man of God that saw him winning that is saying these

  19. Maryf

    August 3, 2016 at 10:28 AM

    Whether his prophecy is true or not, which person in his/her right senses will vote for Buhari again after seeing all these rubbish in his tenure?

  20. Truce

    August 3, 2016 at 10:35 AM

    Is it not obvious with d way things are going in d country, we don’t need a soothsayer to tell us that.

  21. Yemi

    August 3, 2016 at 10:45 AM

    I think all we are experiencing today is a fall out of those who have been eaten up with corruptions as means of enrichment and vowed to continue that lifestyle irrespective of whoever presided over the government. They started gradually and graduated in Jonathan’s government and wants it to continue by all means. The truth of the matter is that those kinds of people would never support the government of Buhari because it is a threat to their means of livelihood, so they would frustrate all efforts and plans until they got what they want. When Buhari wanted to take strict measure against Niger Delta Avengers, people were saying no, dialogue! meanwhile till now these avengers still continues to cripple the economy of the Nation and vandalised several billions of Naira National assets. For me, I do not cast all the blame on Buhari, but a CORRUPT SOCIETY INCLUDING SO CALLED CHRISTIAN LEADERS WHO ONLY LEAD FOR THEIR POCKETS. Buhari has done a tremendous work over Boko haram insurgence. Mbaka should condemn Niger Delta Avengers bombing and destroying of National assets, he should preach against corruptions and lead people to holiness and stop blaming Buhari. Buhari alone can not do it, fine, he is not doing much about the economy, let us advise him, pray for him and support him, we shall get there.

    • muyisam

      August 3, 2016 at 3:51 PM

      God bless you my brother the problem of Nigerian is impatient i know God will use this man to get Nigeria glory back.and things will come back to normal.pray for him.

  22. Star baby

    August 3, 2016 at 11:39 AM

    @Konga u have said it all. It’s quite glaring PMB will not be voted back to power after this messed up tenure! As for Fr. Mbaka it’s not yet Uhuru u will sign more checks to help ur poor members because u brought this upon them by telling them to vote for an incompetent man into power!

  23. Oke Joe

    August 3, 2016 at 12:33 PM

    How come the spirit did not reveal to you that the religious and ethnic bigot you campaigned for and helped to put in power will fail like pack of cards within one year? Those I pity most are 85% of gullible naive Nigerians who are always taken by your prophetic somersault and spiritual hallucinations. Mind you God is not author of confusion.

  24. Jilo

    August 3, 2016 at 2:58 PM

    What about if the situation change for better towards the end of Buhari’s administration? I still believe Buhari is doing his homework underneath to better the situation of Nigerians but it may visible until when we later tend to sigh relief from our sadness. One thing that Buhari should be doing which he has not done is to come up on national TV and address the whole nation by presenting his own plan on how to ease the hardship in Nigeria. By doing this an average Nigerian will understand that the present situation is just a matter of time. A leader should be able to open the door of communication between bureaucrats and the citizen to make sure you are bringing them along as you go. If you have a solid agenda without communicating with your people means you are neglecting them which I believe is not the case. Folks, I’m more concern about this Country just like everyone of you but remember, when people of Israel were exiting Egypt, they rebuked Moses that taken us back to Egypt might be better option than to bring us out and starved us in wilderness. Fellow Nigerians, be patient it will soon be over with. Pardon my typo.

  25. enobong

    August 3, 2016 at 3:27 PM

    No, he should say we should vote for him but let him know the blood of innocent Nigerians that are killed daily by this hoodlums called fulani herdsmen and the rest are on his head becos so many Nigerians believed in his prophesy and voted buhari. If God used him that time, how come he didn’t see the hardship that is befalling us now as a prophet? At least as a prophet, this is what he would have seen first, so that even after endorsing him, he should have warned nigerians to prepare ahead. Its high time we leave hypocrisy.

    • kelvin

      November 29, 2016 at 10:47 PM

      i don’t know what to say on this buhari teru…….

  26. oke Joe

    August 3, 2016 at 5:41 PM

    @Jilo you are thinking reasonably as a man that loves his country and what such man ought to do. Am telling not a person of Buhari type, whose only interest is to settle scores against his perceived political enemies,aggrandise his choice of political appointment to his relations,political associates,and nothern Muslims. I think ***** editorial of Monday 1st of August had said it all.

  27. Tee

    August 3, 2016 at 7:33 PM

    The media should stop giving these so call pastors platform it only perpetuate our reliance on mana from heaven instead of putting our effort in getting better and improving ourselves, the situation in the country will get better with time, the current government is try to restructure economy that is damaged beyond recognition die to years of neglect and looting by unpatriotic leaders. During the last admin everyone was slashing out yafun yafun not thinking of a raining day,now the tides have turn everyone is feeling the heat. let the government continue in it effort in trying to resurrect the economy , while the we the citizen also do our best to cut our coat to meet our needs, its just temporary, let’s go back to our root roots: Agriculture, OFN every inch of land in your back yard can be used to plant edible veggies and even yam and cassava. other nations have done it so we too can. I have ughu, ewedu and tomato beds in my yard and it is been good and make cooking easy and its fresh, we just by some fish or a times even corn beef and make a nice quick stew with rice or pasta very tasty. Even as it is now you still see people throwing heavy and ostentatious parties how do one reconcile that? let’s make time for our nation it is the only way to greatness. The bottom line is if these steps are not taken now by the government then we can forget any future for younger generations.

  28. timmyleeplc

    August 4, 2016 at 7:46 AM

    Come to think of it. Do we have any credible person to take over from PMB. I know one thing the advisers of PMB are not telling him the truth. The challenges we are facing in this country was escalated by the Maradona President he cleverly imported a demon called corruption into this blessed country called Nigeria, since then Nigerians are not enjoying natural resources God has bless us with.

    Corruption has eaten deep into nook and cranny of every sector in Nigeria, even thou religious sector is not left out. For Christ sake what is men of God looking for in Aso rock. The bible doctrine is not been practice I can imagine Prophets like Elijah, Samuel,Elisha to mention a few going to kings to beg for a morsel of bread.The leaders must be told the truth and forget these panel beating prophesies.One thing I know for sure Nigeria case is liken the Israelites in the land of Egypt very soon God Himself will liberate this nation. Lest expected person God will use.God bless Federal Republic of Nigeria and the people.

  29. Ik Togo

    August 4, 2016 at 4:44 PM

    Is he not Rev father Ejika Mbaka that said President Mohammed Buari is the God chosen, after two weeks of Aisha Buari visitation to Mbaka, the same call man of God visit Aso rock and proclaimed that Buari family is the best family ever in the world he sees, I wonder why he is complaining and give another prophecy that is not matter, he should pack himself one side or join polities.

  30. miracle

    November 29, 2016 at 10:53 PM

    i,m not understand this buhari teru

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