Rev Fr Kelvin Ugwu, a Catholic priest, has urged Nigerians to disregard a recent prophecy against Labour Party presidential candidate Peter Obi by the founder of Adoration Ministry, Enugu, Fr. Ejike Mbaka.
Mbaka, a furious Enugu Catholic priest, had said that Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s nominee for President in 2023, would not be able to win because he is too frugal.
Mbaka’s remark has sparked a backlash from Obi’s fans.
Fr Kelvin, a Nigerian Catholic priest ministering in Malawi, responded by writing on his verified Facebook page that such prophecies had previously thrown the entire country into ‘purgatory.’
Mbaka had said in 2015 that President Muhammadu Buhari was a messiah appointed by God to lead the country to its promised land, according to DAILY POST.
However, the controversial priest had previously blasted Buhari’s government for alleged corruption, claiming that the president was under the grip of various Aso Rock cabals.
We have previously listened to self-proclaimed prophets tell us who to vote for, according to Fr Kelvin. We tried them several times, but each time they sent us to purgatory. This time, we’ve decided not to believe in prophecies.
Fr Kelvin responded to Mbaka’s stingy remark by saying that Nigerians have “tried candidates who used to share money.” We voted for people who will distribute oils, Maggi, indomie, and 1k in front of the camera, but we ended up in hell.”
“This time, we’ve made a commitment to never believe any self-proclaimed prophet’s prophecies. We are not arguing that prophecy is bad, but the most important prophesies from God in the 2023 election is for us to employ the common sense that God has given us.
“Finally, we’ve promised not to give you shishi if you don’t deserve it.” We are not going to bribe anyone. We will not squander our resources. You will not perceive Shishi unless we recognize the significance of the masses.
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