Kalu: God Uses Imprisonment to Anoint Kings, Presidents – Fr. Mbaka
Father Ejike Mbaka, the co-ordinator of Adoration Ministries in Enugu State, has said that some former Nigerian prisoners, such as Orji Uzor Kalu, have been successful and obtained special divine favour.
IGBERE TV reports that Father Mbaka said this as he resumed his Adoration Prayer, which was stopped due to the coronavirus pandemic, Thursday, 29th of July.
The date also coincides with the 25th anniversary of his priestly ordination.
Without elaborating, he said that many Nigerian prisoners had done well and some of them had become kings.
He said that Orji Uzor Kalu had sent him felicitations message in celebration of his (Mbaka) 25th priesthood anniversary, and said that Kalu’s imprisonment will bring him and Nigeria good fortunes.
He used former Nigerian rulers such as Olusegun Obasanjo, President Muhammadu Buhari and the biblical Joseph as examples, and concluded that imprisonment was one way to make a king.
The late Bishop of Enugu Diocese Michael Eneje ordained Father Ejike Mbaka as Catholic priest on July 29, 1995.
Mbaka began his popular Adoration prayer today to commemorate his priesthood, and took the opportunity to start another prayer since it was stopped by Coronavirus.
At the Adoration Camp in Umuchigbo, Nike, they made provision where people washed their hands and seated in compliance with “social distancing” in compliance with NCDC Protocols.
Mbaka took the opportunity to pray for Nigeria and the world for end to the Coronavirus pandemic.