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Following his last public spat with the federal government and the revelation he demanded contract award from President Muhammadu Buhari, Catholic Father Ejike Mbaka has been banned from commenting on politics.

His Adoration Ministries Enugu Nigeria (AMEN) has also been converted to chaplaincy, no longer under his control.

Callistus Onaga, Catholic Bishop of Enugu Diocese, stated all this in a letter to the priest also converted the adoration ministry to chaplaincy.

According to a report by The Cable, Onaga now has power to appoint a chaplain to oversee its operations, and can also appoint any ministerial officer “to assist the chaplains to oversee the pastoral activities of the ministry.

Before his last stand-off with Aso Rock, Mbaka prophesied twice Buhari would win his first and second terms.

The fulfilment somewhat gave him access to Aso Rock, and confidence to dabble in political issues, and has since been making controversial statements in the name of prophecy.

The federal government said it already reported him to Vatican.

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  2. Peter Akintunde

    June 5, 2021 at 8:19 am

    A priest is a minister of God and not a politician or a business man. The movement a priest is searching for contract he has turned to a business man. His integrity is soiled and priesthood doubtful. Father Mbarka short himself on foot the moment he asked for contract from government. It’s a dishonor to priesthood. Although he was not the first to do it and won’t be the last. Those doing it would not come publicly to attack the same government they are seeking financial assistance from. The moment you place yourself in the hands of politicians they rubbish you. It’s a pity that he has used his list for earthly materials to make nonsense of his call.

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