Many People are wasting their time, Mbaka 1st Sermon after Adoration Ban

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Rev Ejike Mbaka

The priest in charge of Adoration Ministry, Father Ejike Mbaka has spoken about the 2023 General Elections adding that many would be shocked as they are just wasting their time

Ejes Gist Newspaper reports that on Sunday, October 2, 2022, the Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka of Adoration Ministry in Emene, Enugu State, Nigeria is said to have given a sermon on the 2023 General Elections.

Mbaka delivered a sermon during his first mass after being barred from preaching about Nigerian Politics.

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In his sermon then, he tagged Peter obi, the Labour Party Presidential candidate as a “Stingy Man” which sparked reaction.

The Catholic church as a result of ban Adoration ministry and so for a number of months due to some of these statements and preaching that was politically-related.

In his sermon on Sunday, October 2nd, he said, “Many people are wasting their time in the 2023 general elections.”

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God specifically instructed me not to make it public. However, given the current circumstances, a great number of people are squandering their time.

The Lord has promised that the vision will undoubtedly become a reality, even if it takes some time; all you need to do is wait for it.

“Had it not been for the warning of the Holy Spirit, I would have provided a straightforward answer for Nigeria.

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“But just wait.”

This comes just days after the ban on Adoration ministry was lifted by the catholic diocese of Enugu

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