Roman Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has said that he prophesied to the executive governor of Enugu State, Chief Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi that he would be a governor when he was at the House of Reps.
“I didn’t know him before but when I greeted him at Godfrey Okoye University and someone told me that he was representing Nsukka at the House of Representatives, I told him that he would be governor of Enugu State and he said, Amen,” Mbaka disclosed.
The priest of the Adoration Ministry fame made the disclosure yesterday in Enugu during a sermon at a mass to mark the commencement of the part of activities marking the 2015/2016 Judicial Legal Year for legal practitioners in Enugu.
Mbaka prayed God to grant Gov. Ugwuanyi the wisdom to pilot the affairs of the judiciously and urged to rule with the fear of God.
He said that Gov. Ugwuanyi as well as the Speaker of Enugu State, Hon. Edward Ubosi need maximum divine protection to carry out their onerous tasks and urged them to draw close to God at all times.
Mbaka called on legal practitioners to depend on God for them to be able to win cases even as he reminded them they should be the mouth of the common man.
He also called on the legal practitioners to shun cultism and seek God’s at all times.
“People have fake belief about judges and magistrates. People think that they are in occults. It is true some of them belong to cults but I tell you to leave such groups.
“If you find yourself into any of those things, tell us and we pray for you for liberation. Don’t mind them when they will tell you that if you leave they will kill you, nothing will happen to you if you give your life to Christ,” he encouraged the legal men.
He encouraged them that if they had sinned and fallen short of glory of God, you will be forgiven,” he admonished them to shun cultism and secret societies.

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