Rev Father Mbaka Releases Fresh Prophecy On Who Becomes Next Anambra Governor ?

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Rev Ejike Mbaka

Father Mbaka has issued a new prophecy on who will be the next governor of Anambra on November 6.

Rev Fr. Ejike Mbaka, a controversial Enugu-based catholic priest, says God has not revealed to him who will be the Governor of Anambra State.

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According to this online news outlet, Father Mbaka revealed this in a video posted on his Facebook page on Friday.

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Anambra’s 2021 gubernatorial election will be held on November 6, 2021, to elect the state’s governor. Governor Willie Obiano of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) is term-limited and cannot seek re-election for a third consecutive term.

 

Rev. Mbaka’s prophecies and public pronouncements have often sparked heated debate. The Priest usually gets a few snubs for his message, but he also gets some praise from the crowd.

 

Meanwhile, Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere, the founder of the Mountain of Holy Ghost Intervention and Deliverance Ministry in Onitsha, also known as Prophet Odumeje ‘The Lion,’ has declared that the Anambra 2021 governorship election scheduled for November 6 will not take place due to extreme violence.

 

The self-styled Anambra based prophet who calls himself “the liquid metal”, the fight, the lion, the Indabosky Bahose revealed in a video published on Thursday evening on Holyghost Intervention TV that he foresees “massive” killings — and not an election next month in Anambra.

 

According to this online news outlet, Prophet Odumeje made the prophecy while speaking at his church auditorium during a service on October 16th.

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