Spiritual Director of the ministry Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, and adoration worshipers has replied those attacking him over the prophecy that Governor Hope Uzodimma would be installed as the Governor of Imo State, which eventually came to pass.
Mbaka said this in the thanksgiving service, where he thanked God for proving him again as His prophet.
The Catholic cleric asked those saying that he is an APC man and that he collects money for the prophecy to stop talking.
He added that if it is a question of money Goodluck Jonathan wouldn’t have lost the 2015 presidential election because the then government was ready to provide him with everything to retained the seat.
He disclosed that his prophecy was not partisan, adding that he is not a politician but a prophet of God.
Reacting on his decision to pray for Governor Uzodimma, he said that is not the business of anybody, asking if he had gone with their legs.
In his homily, Mbaka said instead for Ihedioha to come to his church to seek God’s intervention, he embarked on attacking and castigating the message and the messenger.
“What I am doing here is extraordinary and unadulterated, it is not by a power neither by might, the way Peter Obi attacked the message I gave him which later put him in this present political quagmire was the way Ihedioha also attacked me. I think that when a message like that is given the right thing to do is to ask the prophet what to do to avert it.
“Even Catholics who should be at the vanguard of protecting me are coming hard on me. A gift God gave you people in which you should use as pride, that it is in my church that this type of thing is happening and you people are toying with it.
“Those who are advocating for banning prophecy are ungodly. The Catholic church is a prophetic Church. Stopping the prophecy is closing the mouth of the holy spirit.
“Church will ordain you a priest, baptize you and confirmed you in the name of the father, son and holy spirit when you start doing the work of the holy spirit the same church will attack you. This is uncalled for.”