Rev Fr. Mbaka Described pro Biafra protests as evil Action

Rev Fr. Mbaka Described pro Biafra protests as evil Action

The most popular and respected priest in Enugu state, Rev Fr. Mbaka Described pro Biafra protests as evil Action, the priest condemned the agitation and protests for Biafra nation by the South East and South South youths on Saturday at his weekly Adoration Ministry.

After Rev Fr. Mbaka Described pro Biafra protests as evil Action, he used the medium to urge all the youths who are involved in the protest to go back to their businesses as the protest could lead to their deaths if not stopped. Mbaka told the pro Biafra protesters that locking up their shops and disrupting the economic activities of the country will not add any naira to their pocket.

To those leaders who are behind the pro Biafra protest Rev Fr. Mbaka, told them that they should use their children for the struggle of Biafra nation. He also during the statement commended president Muhammadu Buhari for appointing ministers from the South East zone and assigning them with good portfolios.

The priest said that Buhari’s action on the ministerial appointment has proven that the South East are not been marginalized adding that he would have reacted if no minister emerged from the South East zone.

Apart from the fact that Rev Fr. Mbaka Described pro Biafra protests as evil Action, on the side of the roads which the South East has also been agitating for, he said that it is the Igbo leaders that should be blamed and not President Buhari, “the past governors, National Assembly members has failed the region woefully in discharging their mandates” Mbaka added.

Mbaka used the opportunity to called on Dr Chris Ngige, who is the newly appointed Minister of Labour and Employment, to use his office to employ youths from the South East zone, saying that doing that would stop what he described as yet another Boko Haram in the south east if not curtailed. He urged all Nigerians to be patient with president Buhari as he have good plans for the country.

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