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Again, Popular Nollywood Legend Blasts Mbaka, took him to cleaners
Popular Nollywood Actor, Charles Awurum has again blasted Rev Father Ejike Mbaka, Founder of Adoration Ministry, over his continued involvement in Nigerian politics.
The legendary Actor, in a viral video message, called the Enugu state born Catholic priest to review most of his prophecies as most have affected the country negatively.
The popular comedian’s reaction is coming barely two weeks after Mbaka’s prophecy stirred up controversy in Nigeria.
Though, he earlier took a swift on the man of God, warned him to steer clear from Imo and take with him prophecies against Emeka Ihedioha, claimed that it was not directed by God.
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Mbaka had prophesied during one of his programmes in Enugu weeks ago, that God will bring a change in Imo. He (God) will bring a new leader who will hear the cries of his people.
The video recorded 31st December 2019 on Adoration TV learn: “…It will break the barriers of those who could have stopped it. And there will be joy on the land of Imo.
“At this point, I lift up my hands, (lift up your candles) I bless Hope Uzodinma. And I empower him spiritually to go and take over. In the name of Jesus.
See Mbaka’s Video:
Barely a week later the prophecy aligned with the judgement of the supreme court nullifying the victory of Ihedioha, the immediate past governor of Imo state, Charles took another swift on the adoration prophet.
He questions the spirit that revealed to him, said it is not led by God, noting that Mbaka remains political Reverend Father, sees vision for only Politicians.
See Charles’ Video: