Bazaar: It’s time for business, to make money, if you’re poor don’t come to my church — Father Mbaka alerts members, politicians

Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka, a spiritual director of the Adoration Ministry, Enugu Catholic Chaplaincy

Bazaar: It’s time for business, to make money, if you’re poor don’t come to my church — Father Mbaka alerts members, politicians

Members and politicians who patronized the Adoration Ministry in Enugu State told to mobilised resources as part of efforts to make this year Bazaar program a success.

The controversial Reverend Father said the upcoming annual harvest and bazaar program would be strictly for those willing to contribute financially and do away with stinginess.

Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka, a spiritual director of the Adoration Ministry, Enugu Catholic Chaplaincy stated this during a recent church program, where he gave a stern warning to Nigerian politicians and business mogul.

According to the clergyman, this year annual harvest and bazaar event would be strictly for those willing to contribute financially and do away with stinginess.

The Catholic priest is also known for being outspoken and speaking to power insisted that he did not want politicians or individuals who would come to his bazaar without a willingness to donate money and participate in the spirit of the event.

He also announced that the date for the ministry’s bazaar was set for November 12, 2023.

Father Mbaka outlined the primary agenda for the bazaar, which he described as “mega wealth” rather than “meager wealth.” He encouraged attendees to prepare for the event by saving and bringing what they could to show their appreciation to God.

Father Mbaka’s warning was particularly directed at politicians who have a history of attending such events without contributing or causing disruptions.

He firmly stated that those unwilling to break “kola” – a traditional ritual of sharing and communion – should not attend the bazaar.

The Catholic priest also stressed that the bazaar had a spiritual significance, and attendees were expected to contribute to God’s work.

Those who refused to participate were warned not to attend as they could face trouble. Father Mbaka expressed his frustration with individuals who attended the bazaar and refused to break “kola,” resulting in unnecessary conflicts.

Furthermore, Father Mbaka extended his warning to banks and businesses with relationships with his ministry.

He made it clear that if they failed to make contributions to the bazaar, it would signify the end of their relationship, as the event was, in essence, a business venture.

This recent message from Father Mbaka echoes previous controversial statements, including his criticism of politicians, such as Peter Obi, whom he labeled as stingy.

He went as far as suggesting that Obi was under a curse unless he came to apologize. Advertisements In conclusion, Father Mbaka’s strict message underscores his determination to make his church bazaar a significant fundraiser for his ministry.

He has called on politicians and businesses to contribute financially and participate in the event’s spirit of generosity, emphasizing that the bazaar is all about “mega wealth” for the glory of God.

 

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