Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, the Spiritual Director of the Adoration Ministry in Enugu, southeast Nigeria, says “there will be heavy rain in Aso-Rock on the 1st of October” because God is angry with President Muhammadu Buhari.
A report monitored on Exclusive103 by Naija News, quoted Mbaka to have made this statement during his Thursday Adoration Ministry in Enugu when he was addressing his congregation.
Naija News reports that Mbaka, who predicted President Buhari’s reelection, made this comment in reaction to Rev. Ebube Muonso, who accused him of being a fake prophet.
Reacting to the allegation, Mbaka said: “I don’t have much words to say over what Ebube Mounso said about me, I’m a Prophet of God everyone knows that when I prophesy it comes to pass, and for someone to come from nowhere and question my authenticity, that person is on the blink of extinction”.
Apparently displeased by the statements credited to Rev. Mounso, the Adoration Ministry Spiritual Director prophesied that there will be darkness in the cloud over Nigeria for complete 5hours starting on the 12noon till 5 pm on October 1, after which will a massive rain with thunder will follow.
His words: “To prove my authenticity to the world and Nigerians in general, to prove that am really a Prophet of God, I’m going to make a Prophecy that “on the first of October coming month, there will be darkness in the cloud over Nigeria for a complete 5hours starting on the 12noon till 5pm then, after it will follow up a massive rain with thunder” if this sign did not occur ” on the first of October, then I will resign as a Prophet”.
Speaking further, Mbaka said: “I repeat again, on the first of October coming month, there will be darkness in the cloud over Nigeria for a complete Five hours starting on the 12noon till 5 pm, then after it, will follow up a massive rain with thunder” if this sign did not occur ” on the first of October, then I will resign as a Prophet”.
On his authenticity which has been questioned by a controversial priest and rival, Mbaka said: “As for Ebube Mouson we shall meet on the Mountain.”
Meanwhile, Naija News reports that October 1 is Nigeria’s Independent Day. The country, referred to as the “Giant of Africa” by some, gained her independence on October 1, 1960.