“I love Father Mbaka wether he says something wrong or right” Peter Obi responds to Rev. Fr. Mbaka threats

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Nigerian favourite candidate for the 2023 presidential election, Peter obi has left them in complete astonishment after he replied to the popular Catholic cleric, Rev. Fr. Mbaka who accused him of intense stinginess in an unexpected approach.

In the recent trend, the spiritual director of the Enugu State Adoration Ministry, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka via his grief accused Peter Obi of adapting to stinginess and threatened that he will never become the Nigerian president.

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This came after Peter Obi refused to donate ordered tithe from the cleric in the presence of the clergyman congregants.

This would cause massive controversies following how the public mass condemned the priest for his alleged political bad taste.

This further attracted penalties that ranged from the Catholic Church authorities to the cleric. He was allegedly banned by the catholic church authorities as well as his congregants from condoning any religious activities till further notice.

However, despite the flame of this saga, Peter Obi seem to be the opposite. During an interview with a popular Radio station in Nigeria, the politician who has been mute to the saga shockingly outlined that he is still submissive to the cleric despite his threats.

According to him, he disclosed that Fr. Mbaka is his priest and he will never indulge in a feud with him.

In his words, he said:

“I love Father Mbaka. Whenever he says something wrong or right, I pray for him”

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  1. Agwu nkechi

    5 days ago

    Please let pray for Peter obi to win very important

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  2. Agwu nkechi

    5 days ago

    Sting or not we want him

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