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Mbaka to Ugwuanyi: You Need God’s Protection

Posted: Oct 26, 2015 at 5:07 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)


Charismatic  Catholic priest and director of the popular Adoration
Ministry, Enugu, Nigeria (AMEN), Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, says Governor
Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State is a prayer answered for the people of
the state.

Speaking in Enugu at the weekend to a huge crowd of his congregation during
a Mass with the governor in attendance as well as other top government functionaries, the
fiery priest of the famed adoration ministry told the governor
“You need the protection of God to execute the good plans you have for
the people of Enugu.

“Enugu made a lot of noise when you won your governorship election.
You are a prayer answered for the people of Enugu”, he told the

Delivering a sermon during the mass that kick-started the Enugu state
Judiciary 2015/2016 Legal year, the priest enjoined the governor to
follow the plans of God in order to execute his mandate for the state

Addressing members of the judiciary on the occasion, the priest warned
the judicial officers to shun all acts of occultic groups as involving
themselves  in such activities will mean risking their lives.

“Some people are afraid of judges when they are dressed in robes.
While it is true that all of them are not cultists, some of them are
cultists”, he said.

In his words, ‘speak the truth, some people suffer because of legal
lies’.  The Rev. Father enjoined judges to remember God when they
speak in the court knowing that whatever they give in the  court will
come to their families in keeping with law of spiritual justice.

He admonished them to depend on God and speak for those who don’t
have advocates because when justice is denied, God is annoyed.

He reminded them that their profession is a vocation that should be
applied for service of God and humanity, assuring them that no weapon
fashioned against them would prosper if they hope and rely on God.

The chief judge of the state, Justice Innocent Umezulike, led other
judicial officers and lawyers practicing in the state to attend the
mass billed to signal the takeoff of the  2015/2016 legal year in the