Primate Ayodele Reveals Rev Fr Mbaka Is A Fake Prophet

Primate Elijah Ayodele, the founder of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Lagos, has accused Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka of not being a prophet of God.
Naija Mode recalls that Mbaka, the Spiritual leader of the Adoration Minister, Enugu, had prophesied that the governorship candidate of the APC, Senator Hope Uzodinma, will take over from Emeka Ihedioha of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, as Imo Governor in 2020.
But despite Mbaka’s prophecy coming to pass, Primate Ayodele told The Sun that Mbaka only took advantage of the Imo State political situation.
“Mbaka is not a prophet. Leave him out of what happened in Imo, he is not a prophet, he is just taking advantage.
“God gives spiritual support to whoever that seeks him, not prophecy. I have been saying it that Jonathan will lose the 2015 election and he did.
“I also said that Buhari will win second term but we would pay for it. If we are talking about prophets, let us talk about Primate Olabayo and Ositelu. Mbaka is not a prophet,” he said.
Speaking on the newly established security outfit in the South West, codenamed Operation Amotekun, Ayodele stated that if not carefully managed it would turn to a terrorist organisation.
He added that other security groups created in the North will become terrorist organisations in the future.
“It is a nice and beautiful idea. It is a good project but the cost of the management will cause another problem. They must ensure that the outfit is not turned to another terrorist group,” he said.
“There is a tendency of Nigeria building a terrorist group within the country and this is going to happen before the next 15 years.
“This includes all other security outfits in the north, if they are not managed properly they will turn to terrorist groups.
“They will mismanage Amotekun and corrupt the system. Amotekun is going to crack because of lack of funds for the management.
“They should not have started at all. They will threaten the government. Africa is going to experience a new terrorist group from Burkina Faso, Togo, Niger, Benin Republic, and Nigeria.
“Our security network needs to be reformed and they can’t do it alone without directives from God. Prophets are part of security checkers.”

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