Catholic Priest, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka and founder of the Adoration Ministries Enugu (AMEN) , has disclosed that he didn’t collect any money from President Muhammadu Buhari during his visit to Aso Rock in December.
Mbaka, who was recently transferred from Christ The King Parish to Our Lady Parish in Emene, a suburb of Enugu, disclosed this in an interview with reporters at his new post.
“At the point when in the long run I met Buhari when I went for requests to God at Aso Rock, what I requested from him was great administration for Nigeria. I didn’t request that he give me one kobo. One kobo of Buhari has never entered my hand.”
Mbaka went by Aso Rock on December 18, when Buhari portrayed his urgings one of the best in the nation.
He communicated gratefulness to the Catholic minister for his commendable fearlessness.
“Much thanks for what you have done and said.
“It conveyed you out to the entire nation as a man of strength. It was straightforward and very much conveyed.
“It has gone into the records as one of the best concerns communicated from the lectern, not on account of it favored me and my gathering, the All Progressives Congress, but since it was useful for the nation,” Buhari said.
In the keep running up to the 2015 presidential decision, Mbaka told his overflowing devotees that recent President Goodluck Jonathan would not be re-chosen in light of overrunning defilement and instability in the area.