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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Members Cry Freely As Fr Mbaka Is Transferred From Duplex To A One Room Apartment Due To Change Of Parish

From Sunnewsonline;

Tears flowed uncontrollably from parishioners and members of the Adoration Ministry as fiery Enugu Catholic priest and director of the ministry, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, yesterday bowed out of Christ the King Parish, GRA, Enugu, which he presided over as parish priest for 20 years.

The entire Enugu capital city also stood still as over 30 lorries accom­panied by thousands of his adoration faithful escorted him in a motorcade to his new parish, Our Lady Parish, Emene, a suburb of the capital city.

Mbaka’s transfer became a topical issue as a section of the society saw it as a punitive measure for his recent prophecies especially that of Decem­ber 31st 2014, when he predicted that former President Goodluck Jonathan would be defeated in the 2015 elections. This has however been dismissed by the church who explained that the transfer is a routine exercise done every six years by the bishop.


But Mbaka’s transfer as a parish priest to a resident priest, where he will serve under another priest, has raised eyebrows eliciting further comments from close observers.

Mbaka himself while handing over formally to his successor yesterday told those around that he was going to suffer, moving from a duplex to a room in his new parish but asked them not to worry that God has bigger plans for him.

Hear him: “I know we are going to suffer; between now and few months to come, I am going to suffer; I am going to suffer because I have no place to lay my head; I am  going to suffer because I have no place to keep the Ministry’s assets; I know I am going to suffer; fortunategoing to suffer because I have no ly it’s going to happen in the month of Lent; so I am going to use my exit here to observe the Lent. But Jesus said it to His apostles in John 16:20, ‘You will be sorrowful and the world will be rejoicing but very soon I will turn your sorrows to joy.’ So I am waiting for that moment because for now I know we are going to suffer. The Adoration Ministry is passing through suffering right now; even though I have accepted it as the will of God; it is the will of God through suffering; it is a mega suffering. But however, the grace of God will carry us all; even though some of you may pray that God should remove this thorn from us, the scripture says ‘His grace is sufficient for us; for its even in your weakness that the power of God is demonstrated. So we are moving but don’t forget the scriptures, ‘my brothers they make me keeper of vineyards, my own vineyard I keepeth not. All these while we have been keeping vine­yards, building for Christ The King Parish…Bishop Gbuji asked them, how much …but because I don’t want to disclose my charity, they can’t keep that account. How many trailer loads of cement came here? All the monies I made from my cassette and other private crusades all of them were used to build this church. We cannot quantify it but let God be glorified.” ­

“It is the will of God; and when the will of God either permissive or however, happens, nobody should question it. All you have today is Amen; so to the will of God Fr. Mbaka has said Amen.”

Mbaka said he welcomed the de­cision of the church leadership with absolute acceptance and obedience, stating that nobody should see him as a recalcitrant priest. He assured that the parish would not collapse due to his exit, and urged the mem­bers to treat his successor, Rev. Fr. Theodore Ozoamalu, well, and to assist him in any way he needs help and not allow him to cry.


His words: “Don’t starve him; don’t allow him to suffer; in my own time I didn’t need your help because God blessed me in my own unique way and I am happy. God will keep the parish because we have fought the good fight; I am not regretting anything and the highest gift God has given here is his Holy Spirit who assisted me up till now.”

24 comments:

  1. A TRUE MAN OF GOD. HE WILL SEE YOU THROUGH

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  2. Ladun b4 u write rubbish investigate to avoid sounding stupid, do u knw de year dat Mbaka left christ de king? Even went to Ituku Ozara b4 Emene nd 4 ur information Mbaka can erect any kind of building where ever he goes as a parish priest, all he needs is to ask nd it's done.

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    1. You are more stupid for not reading the article properly for you to know Ladun didn’t write it.

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    2. You don't read before you post. You obviously just go with headlines and spew your ignorance. Ignorant is not a good word for you. Wait lemme check the dictionary for something stronger.- Newyorker

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    3. Anonymous Aturu housa is it ideal 4 Ladun to copy nd paste any story frm God knws where without investigating de story?

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    4. Anofia, my people perish because they lack knowledge. Read and and study to approve yourself. You no read and just dey write rubbish

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  3. i guess, in sambisa forest there are still priest there. the congrats in the formal parish has been eveangelsed si shallvother place. why crying? if you cry for just transfer what is ppl atvthe bokoharam area do?

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  4. So it is because is mbaka that's why every one is ranting rubbish this is normal thing in catholic.
    Waoooo so at last the fake,scam demonic liar mbaka has being transferd no one is crying for the idiot every one is rejoicing because the dude is a disgrace and a shame to his creator.
    Mbaka days are numberd by God.


















    #sad indeed

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    1. Freeborn, you be Slave. Ewe Gambia. That your dirty mouth would bend very soon. Yeye person

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    1. Missed by who? Is he dead? No be just transfer they transfer am. You this Amaka, u clearly did not read the article. You are still a retard ba...

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  6. Eyha
    But all na God work

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  7. He will survive

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  8. Oh GOD our dear Mbaka will certainly be missed

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  9. God never leaves his true servants

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  10. A man called by God will surely survive by God. God is not through wit him.

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  11. Father Mbaka transferred and everyone is acting like its a disaster...smh!

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  12. If God really called him, then there is nothing to worry about

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