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Video: Catholic Rev Ejike Mbaka Message For Jonathan “Step Down For Buhari, U Brought Badluck”

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Video: Catholic Rev Ejike Mbaka Message For Jonathan “Step Down For Buhari, U Brought Badluck”

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Jan 3rd, 2015 – Catholic Rev Father Ejike Mbaka Sermon Message For Jonathan”Step Down For Buhari, U’re A Disaster To Nigeria”

A very popular Nigerian Reverend Father based in Enugu, Ejike Mbaka has told his fellow Catholic faithful to step down for peace to return to Nigeria.

During the watch night service that held on on Wednesday / Thursday at the  popular Adoration ground in Enugu, Mbaka humbly told Jonathan to step down for Buhari.

In a message titled “From Good luck to Bad luck”, Mbaka told his fellow Roman Catholic worshipper, President Goodluck Jonathan to resign and encouraged thousands of parishioners to vote for Buhari on the 14th of February 2014.

While commenting on Rev Ejike Mbaka’s message for Jonathan, ‘Every Nigerians Must Do Something, ENDS’ organization nominated Mbaka as the man of the year.

Dr Perry Brimah claimed that Father Mbaka has proved himself as a true man of faith.

The sermon laced with Igbo idioms violently tore at the consciences of Nigerians, Muslim and Christians alike.

In the words of Manjadda Imah, the sermon was the “game changer, Halleluyah!”

The speech delivered to a listening crowd of comfortably over a million Catholic faithfuls in Enugu will go down the sands of time as one of the most perturbing, noble, outstanding and provoking deliveries in Nigeria’s history. His speech leaves the listener speechless. If speeches were weapons, his was a nuclear bomb.

See few quotes out of a hundred pearls in the Father’s speech:

“If my father will be my leader and my siblings will all die; let a stranger be my leader and let my family live.” – Father Mbaka

“Are u waiting for your own Church to be bombed before you speak out?… A President that cannot fight a simple internal insurgency… not external enemies.” – Father Mbaka

“The continuity of Jonathan means disaster to Nigeria. We need change.” – Father Mbaka

“When Goodluck met Yar’Adua, he got bad luck and died, when Goodluck met or oil, it poured away and met bad luck; when Goodluck met our Naira, it met bad luck.” – Father Mbaka

“Many are saying that it is Buhari, that he said he will make our country ungovernable. Even though Buhari never said such a thing like that; but if you are the President, will u not arrest such person (who made such statement)?” -– Father Mbaka

“Look at you brilliant youth but nobody has any plans for you—jobless—our leaders should come and apologize. 2015 cannot be the same. We announce CHANGE!” – Father Mbaka

“If Goodluck means bloodshed, are you waiting for your blood to be shed? We need CHANGE in Nigeria.” -– Father Mbaka

Watch the video of Rev Ejike Mbaka’s sermon on Jonathan below:



  1. David ponle

    January 6, 2015 at 6:59 PM

    Truly, we out sider are shame of the situation of our country,
    why terrorist in Nigeria, we helped other countries to surf their problems
    but now the giant of AFRICA was in problem whose going to help to send out Terrorist, except God, If the MAN is not Capable for the country…ah and God proved it by revealing it, make Him leave, we don’t need WAR in Nigeria…I beg you HEADERS

  2. Prince Damian

    January 7, 2015 at 11:39 AM

    Nigeria is really in trouble. I tell you from what I just read from the comments above concerning Rev. Fr Mbaka’s message,Christians are fighting one another who claimed to have seen the LIGHT. Why not pray for Jonathan and the messages, that if the message is from God let it be. If we begin to fight ourselves how much more will the Muslims do to us? For me I am not supporting anybody, I’m only praying that whoever is going to rule Nigeria should be one from the mind and the way of God. For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, says the Lord. For as the Heavens are higher than the earth so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thought (Isaiah 5:8-9 KJV. In view of the situation and in conclusion of my comment, I here to say: All powerful and merciful father, You are the God of justice, love and peace. You rule over all the nation of the earth, power and might are in your hands, and no one can withstand You. We present our country Nigeria before You. we praise and thank You for You are the source of all we have and are, we are sorry for all the sins we have committed and for the good deeds we have failed to do in your lovely forgiveness keep us safe from the punishment we deserved. Lord, we are weighed down, not only by uncertainty, but also by moral, economic and political problems. Listen to the cries of your people who confidently turn to You. God of infinite goodness, our strength in adversity, our health in weakness, our comfort in sorrow, be merciful to us your people, spares this nation Nigeria from chaos anarchy and doom. Bless us with your Kingdom of justice, love and peace. We ask this through Jesus Christ our Lord (Amen). Proudly prayed by all faithful catholic of Nigeria. We urge all christian in other denomination to join us and pray this prayer in this time of ugly situation of our country Nigeria, and may hears our prayers through Jesus Christ our Lord (Amen).

  3. ugochukwu,

    January 12, 2015 at 6:20 PM

    Our most high have said it all and is the right time for us to open our eyes and beg God for good leader in our country naija. We need change my people, may God bless our mbaka, thanks for ur speech is a good one.

  4. Dubem Emmanuel

    January 14, 2015 at 10:02 PM

    well, my fellow Nigerians,we should all be happy that fr.mbaka was bold enough to speak to Jonathan.president Goodluck has not improved the condition of Nigerian citizens at all rather he inreased the price of every tin. my own opinion is dat he should step down 4 a better person 2 rule us since he cant make rule us well

  5. abdul

    January 15, 2015 at 12:31 PM

    May God bless u Reverend mbaka. Truth is always bitter to those who have no fear of God.

  6. abdul sani

    January 15, 2015 at 1:48 PM

    May God bless u Reverend father mbaka. Truth is always bitter to those who have no fear of God.they are myopia

  7. Ugo

    January 25, 2015 at 5:43 PM

    God plz protect n keep Fr. Mbaka 4 us. He is a gift to your church.

  8. Nneka

    February 19, 2015 at 12:34 PM

    God knows best

  9. John

    April 1, 2015 at 10:38 AM

    This is telling truth to power at the risk of ones own life and the lives of his families. This is indeed a great man of God – a bold type. He is a very rear breed. What you said concerning Jonathan has now been fulfilled this day. Nigeria is now on the path to greatness. the change is here – just as you said. God bless you greatly!

  10. kafka

    April 7, 2015 at 9:35 PM

    Now that the prophesy has come to pass, let the critics say something.

  11. Sarah

    April 25, 2015 at 2:29 PM

    I remember what Rev. Fr Mbaka said”Don’t say no when a man of God says yes under the power of the Holy Ghost” He said their must be change, and the change have come to past.Let the Holy One of Israel be the President of our country Nigeria. Our country is covered with the blood of Jesus Christ.Amen.

  12. Man Computer Kazaure

    May 28, 2015 at 10:53 AM

    I like Mbaka speech, thank you Mr. Mbaka for your contributions.

  13. Emma anayo

    September 6, 2015 at 9:21 AM

    Who ever that condem this message of liberation must be a member of the evil planner or perhaps vulture around jonathan ,ask yourself the innermost rational why you hate that true talk. Fr Mbaka, God who made you what you are will never let you down. We love you!

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