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Atiku Abubakar Fr. Mbaka says ex-VP has what it takes to make Nigerians smile

The leader of the Adoration Ministry, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka has said that ex-Vice-President Atiku Abubakar has what it takes to make Nigerians smile.

Mbaka also called on his members to pray for the blessing and protection of God on the former Vice-President.

The priest, who was Buhari’s staunch supporter, also said that the President has been a stubborn resistance against negotiations.

Mbaka also said “Every political relationship is open for negotiations, without pre-set outcomes. Atiku do not fear negotiations, as democrat and businessman that is what reasonable human beings that love his people do. This is even more important if a stubborn resistance against negotiations can lead to unsavoury outcomes, which the present governments have demonstrated!

“For the Nigerian State to have a soul, the constituent parts need to renegotiate and rework the union. It is what will reduce to the barest minimum the feelings of injustice and poverty among Nigerians. It is what will make Nigerians believe that they chose this union willingly, ending effectively the theory of Lugardian contraption.

“It is a perfect antidote for peace. The times call for new ideas For creative solutions, for restructuring, for people to be happy, for people to have means of living, for people to love Nigeria again!

“Atiku is the only person that have contested and is still contesting for Nigerian presidency that love the youths more and have created more jobs for the youths to prove that more than most state government!

 

“Imagine what he will do when he have the power and resources to do more! Let’s pray that the blessing and protection of God to be with him to put smile in Nigerians suffering different marginalization!”

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In 2016, the controversial priest predicted that  

He also alleged that some people were blocking him from seeing the President.

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