Father Ejike Mbaka, the co-ordinator of Adoration Ministries in Enugu State, has said that some former Nigerian prisoners, such as the Senate Chief Whip, Orji Uzor Kalu, have been successful.
Father Mbaka said this as he resumed his Adoration Prayer on Wednesday, 29th of July, which he stopped over the coronavirus pandemic.
This date coincides with the 25th anniversary of his ordination as a priest. BBC reports
Speaking further, Mbaka said that many Nigerian prisoners had done well and some of them had become kings.
He revealed that Orji Uzor Kalu had sent him a message of thanks as he celebrated his 25 years anniversary in priesthood. Adding that Kalu’s imprisonment was a blessing in disguise.
“Mbaka used former Nigerian presidents such as Olusegun Obasanjo, incumbent President, Muhammadu Buhari and the biblical Joseph as examples, and concluded that imprisonment was one way to make a king.
Marking his 25 years in priesthood, it should be recalled that Father Mbaka was ordained as Catholic priest on July 29, 1995 by the late Bishop of Enugu Diocese Michael Eneje.
Mbaka reopened his popular Adoration prayer on Wednesday 29th July, to commemorate his priesthood, and took the opportunity to start another prayer since it was discontinued by Coronavirus.
At the Adoration Camp in Umuchigbo, Nike, there is a park where people wash their hands and make seats in compliance with what the English law of “social distancing” is drawn.
Mbaka took the opportunity to pray for Nigerians and the world to go home to Coronavirus where it originated.
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