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Imo State: Did Mbaka’s Prophecy Come From God Or Politicians? – Charly Boy

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Charly Boy Questions Mbaka’s Prophecy On Imo State

The ‘areafada,’ Charles Oputa popularly known as Charly Boy has raised fresh questions over the authenticity of the prophecy by Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka on the outcome of the 2019 Imo governorship election.

In his position, Charly Boy doubted if the Mbaka prophecy that predicted the sack of Emeka Ihedioha as the governor of Imo State was truly from God or part of a grand scheme by politicians to install a new leadership in the state.

Naija News recalls the Supreme Court of Nigeria on Tuesday, sacked Emeka Ihedioha of the PDP and declared APC’s Hope Uzodinma winner of the 2019 governorship polls in Imo State.

The court ruling validates one of the 2020 prophecies earlier released by Rev. Fr. Mbaka who had predicted Ihedioha’s removal from office.

In his reaction via an Instagram post on Wednesday, Charly Boy has however questioned the authenticity of Mbaka’s prophecy.

He wrote: “Prophecies by Nigerian men of God are always suspicious. I even made a song, to be released soon, “God Of Men” So, I’m asking you my people whether Rev. Mbaka’s ‘prophecy’ on the ouster of Governor Emeka Ihedioha of Imo State was given by God, or was given by our democratic coup-plotters to prepare the minds of the people? Or did it come from the Empero?”

See his Instagram post below.

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Prophecies by Nigerian men of God are always suspicious. I even made a song, to be released soon, “God Of Men” So, im asking you my people whether Rev. Mbaka's 'prophecy' on the ouster of Governor Emeka Ihedioha of Imo State was given by God, or was given by our democratic coup-plotters to prepare the minds of the people? Or did it come from the Empero?

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