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Nigerian Pastor Arrives Church With Convoy, Amidst Heavily Armed Security Escorts (Video)

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A Nigerian Pastor have stirred much reactions online the moment videos of his arrival to his church ground was circulated on various social media platforms.

The Pastor was said to be the Senior Pastor of Adoration Ministry Owerri, Imo State. He actually drove himself in a convoy filled with security men and other details who were jogging beside his car.

The video also captured moment a little girl stepped forward to present flowers to the pastor who received it with smiles. He then proceeded to walk majestically to the podium.

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“Go Ahead And Report Me To The Pope Or Vatican” — Rev. Fr. Mbaka Dares APC

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The Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry, Enugu, Nigeria (AMEN), Reverend Father Ekije Camillus Anthony, Ebenezer Mbaka has stepped out to challenge the All Progressive Congress (APC), to report him to the Pope.

This is coming following a statement published online by Fr. Mbaka, where he asked the House of Representatives to impeach President Muhammadu Buhari if he refuses to resign as the country’s insecurity challenges increases daily.

In response to his statement, APC warned him not to take his luck too far because there is a lot to tell the pope about him. They further described his statement as ungodly.

Reacting to APC’s threats, Reverend Mbaka on Sunday, May 2, while delivering homily in his Ministry at Emene Enugu, challenged The All Progressive Congress to report him to the pope as he said that Pope Francis will be happy and will give him accolades if he hears that he is criticising a bad government in his country.

In his words;

“The pope will clap for me if he hears that I am challenging a bad government in Nigeria. So, the APC can go ahead and report me to him.

“The Pope may even give me a position I may not want to handle,” Rev. Mbaka said.

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