DSS operatives storm Adoration Ministry, summon Father Mbaka to Abuja




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According to a report by SaharaReporters, the operatives of the Department of Services have summoned controversial priest, Ejike Mbaka, to Abuja for questioning.

It gathered that the operatives visited the to drop the letter of invitation. However, they didn’t meet the cleric at the premises.

Details of why the intelligence unit summoned the priest were not stated but it might not be unconnected with Mbaka’s criticism of the Buhari government in recent times.

Mbaka, the Spiritual Director, Adoration Ministry , has attracted attention lately with his criticism of government.

It will be recalled that the priest recently said God had rejected the President and unhappy with his leadership.

Reacting to the summon in a video obtained by SaharaReporters, Mbaka said, “ got a call that the people Abuja came here () with a letter of invitation to Abuja. what? What cannot understand is that the mother in Nigeria should be “cowed down” to lilliputian.

“The is a lion and lamb. The bible if the foundation is destroyed, what can the righteous do. Every priest is a prophet and a king. We must protect the sheep. In this time, when killings are every day story, when there is hunger everywhere, people do not have hope again. The only hope have is God. Anybody who will stop people worshipping here will regret it.

am the servant here. They don’t understand history. spoke against Abacha. went to Minna to tell Babangida what wrong in his time. I spoke to face to face. I perform under the anointing of the Holy Spirit. I ministered to the late President Yaradua. I am being used by a higher being called the Holy Spirit.

“If they are attacking me here and there, wahala ( problem). The Bible if God is for us, who can be against us? Only God can be God. I heard the people did not accept the letter. They asked them to come on Monday to give me the letter. If they know the anointing here is too hot for them, let them change. I will not keep quiet.”

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