Fights rock Enugu over Rev Mbaka’s ‘vanishing’

Mbaka and the Nigerian presidency have been engaging in a war of words lately.

Fights rock Enugu over Rev Mbakas vanishing
Fights rock Enugu over Rev Mbaka's 'vanishing'

There is some disarray and an episode of fights in Enugu, Southeast Nigeria, over reports that Spiritual Director of the Adoration Ministry, Rev Father Ejike Mbaka, has disappeared.

On Wednesday, May 5, 2021, the Ohaneze Ndigbo Youth Council asserted that the whereabouts of the disputable cleric is obscure.

As indicated by the gathering, Mbaka had gone to see the Bishop two days earlier; and hadn’t been seen thereafter.

Parishioners raged the Bishop’s court on Wednesday, requesting that Bishop Calistus Onaga of the Catholic bishopric produces Mbaka.

The parishioners have now vandalized the Bishop’s court while requesting that Mbaka be delivered.

The Muhammadu Buhari administration and the administering All Progressives Congress (APC) as of late blamed Mbaka for requiring the president’s renunciation and indictment – despite elevated uncertainty the nation over – in light of the fact that he was denied government contracts.

The administration had likewise asserted that some disappointed strict and political pioneers have been plotting to oust Buhari.

The APC had likewise taken steps to report Mbaka to Pope Francis over his political comments.

Mbaka had reacted by saying he just looked for the agreements in a bid to address Nigeria’s recalcitrant and drawn-out security emergency.

L-R: Rev Father Mbaka, VP Yemi Osinbajo and President Mohammadu Buhari circa 2016 (Presidency)

L-R: Rev Father Mbaka, VP Yemi Osinbajo and President Mohammadu Buhari circa 2016 (Presidency)

Enugu ward is yet to react to Pulse’s demands for remarks at the hour of documenting this story.

The Department of State Services (DSS) has disclosed to Vanguard paper that Mbaka isn’t in its authority. “The DSS didn’t get him, please,” the paper cites representative of the DSS, Peter Afunanya, as saying.

UPDATE: The ‘missing’ Rev Mbaka has gotten back to his ward, to cheers from parishioners and dissidents. We will fill you in with subtleties in ensuing news things.

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