Mbaka tells President MUHAMMADU BUHARI’S government to apologise to Nigerians
Written by wave FM on November 3, 2020
The Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry, Enugu, Nigeria, (AMEN), Reverend Father EJIKE MBAKA, has asked President MUHAMMADU BUHARI government to apologise to Nigerians.
Father MBAKA said he is angry at BUHARI for failing to address the numerous challenges facing the country which resulted in the End SARS protests across the country.
The Catholic priest, who had always thrown his weight behind President BUHARI, expressed his anger when he addressed congregants at this year’s All Saint’s Mass in Enugu.
The cleric who also alleged that security agents killed several End SARS protesters in Enugu State and their bodies thrown into the Onyeama Valley, called on the President to apologise to Nigerians for leadership errors of his administration and that of past governments.