Fr. Mbaka drops another bombshell on Buhari’s health, says he heard cry from Aso rock

Fr. Mbaka drops another bombshell on Buhari’s health, says he heard cry from Aso rock

- Reverend Father Ejika Mbaka has broken silence over Buhari’s health

- The fiery pastor said he had a vision that there was a cry like rain from Aso rock

- He said that there was a time he told Buhari that people were planning to kill him but nobody listened to him

The controversial and fiery preacher, Rev Fr Ejike Mbaka, has voiced out again on the health of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Mbaka, who was speaking during a weekly programme entitled ‘E No Dey Again’ held on Wednesday July 5, said he heard a cry like pattering of the rain from the Aso Rock chamber.

NAIJ.com gathered that the cleric said he got a vision to rush to Aso Rock but on reaching there, nobody was ready to take him to where Buhari is in the UK.

READ ALSO: Fr. Mbaka claims President Buhari could die

The cleric during the programme said he had a vision where he was at a meeting in Aso Rock, which had Ibrahim Babaginda in attendance.

“I asked him (IBB) a question about Buhari but he told me to forget it. There is cry like rain in Aso Rock and in the north. In the spirit world, Nigerian flag is burning. Within a short time what is hidden will be revealed,” he said.

He also revealed that Holy Spirit had told him to forget trying to help the situation, adding that he had tried his best but people in Aso Rock did not listen to him.

“People/the elites already have their visas on hand, when the problem starts, it is the poor that will perish”, he added.

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He also recalled that there was a time he told Buhari that people were planning to kill him but nobody listened to him.

He recalled that before Buhari travelled, he was in a vision where God told him to go and pray for him but the same Aso Rock people did not allow him in.

NAIJ.com had previously reported that Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state again called on President Muhammadu Buhari to resign in the interest of the country.

Fayose in a series of tweets on Wednesday, July 5, asked how a nation could move ahead when its president spends most time abroad for medical care. The governor recalled that he had raised the issue of Buhari’s age, health and mental capacity in 2015 and warned against voting for him.

In the video below, NAIJ.com TV asked some Nigerian have to say about President Buhari’s absence:

Source: Naij.com

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