As Ejike Mbaka’s political miring fodders a national spectacle, his superiors are coming to terms with either curbing his speech or preserving the pulpit.
The two organisations added that the intervention was necessary to save youths from embracing acts inimical to societal growth and development.
“So, most of you might not understand my ways because you don’t know where I’m coming from.”
“I, therefore, call upon my fellow countrymen to fulfil the biblical condition for the turnaround as stated in 2 Chronicles 7:14.”
“The last person this administration should fight is the Father Mbaka. If they speak against me, the anger of heaven will be upon them, and how the end will shock everybody.”
“Everywhere is unsafe; even the police station is not safe. We need to rejig.”
The Catholic priest demanded the president’s resignation earlier this month.
“This attitude is a clear violation of the conduct and ethics of preaching that is capable of raising people’s tension and certainly leads to the violation of law and order.
Witnesses, however, accused the police of allowing people into a cordoned-off area even though it was already extremely crowded.
The cleric added that Nigeria could only enjoy God’s goodness if Nigerians and their leaders do the right thing.