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Controversial Enugu-based Catholic Priest, Rev Fr Ejike Mbaka has predicted what will likely happen should agitators succeed in their push for the actualisation of Biafra.

Mbaka said he was convinced that fault lines between different Igbo communities would arise if Biafra ever became a reality.

The priest made this prediction while addressing a cross section of Igbos in East London, on Tuesday.

According to Mbaka, “If you think we have trouble in Nigeria now, we will see trouble in Biafra.
“No Anambra man would let an Enugu man be president, no Imo man would let an Abakaliki man be president”.

Mbaka also faulted claims that the South East is being marginalised.

Citing the immediate past administration of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, the controversial priest said an Igbo was Finance Minister, Central Bank governor, and so on.

Mbaka also noted that those whom the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu have been able to influence into agitating for Biafra are “the children of the poor,” who are not thinking properly about the implications of secession.

He insisted Biafra agitators were being deceived by Kanu.


Mbaka had earlier disclosed why Igbos must insist on the unity of Nigeria.

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  1. Gbam. Bitter truth

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  2. Me I thought as much, but we need restructuring and true federalism instead of Biafra

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  3. Mbaka, don't you know the meaning of United States of Biafra as has been suggested by Asari Dokubo? That name should reveal to you that what you have just explained has been seen by more meaningful thinkers earlier than you did. For how long have we been discussing the issues of unity in Nigeria? You need be told that the efforts of IPOB are worth trying.

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  4. Please mbaka a simple question please,,,, from which international airport did you travel to London. Of course I know its not from any of those from the south east,, so please why can't we have a functional international airport in the south east.. The answer is simple "marginalization" please go and sleep you are a political ignoramus

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    1. so now Jonathan marginalized the Igbos since in 6 years he could not lay the foundation of build a single international airport for you but his wife have properties that can build 3 world class international airports for you. think straight no sentiments

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  5. Controversial Ke? Fake Ni! Mbaka is an embarrassment to the Catholic Church.Rev Ni! Father Ko!

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  6. Mbaka when the centre is made weak through true federalism; Presidency becomes unattractive. for instance if Bayelsa state is allowed to control its resources will Timipreye Silva vie for Presidency or state governor? your guess is as good as mine. Mbaka you should be telling your friend n father buhari of his seemingly unrepentant treatment of the Igbo race in his bias ethno appointments and leave Igbo's alone

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  7. I hope that in giving the quit order to Igbos in the north, Mbaka and the likes were exempted! Mr Fr Mbaka is a product of poor seminary education and education unlike catholic education system. He is simply hollow and is using fake prophecies to cover up and deceive those gullible followers he has managed to brainwash.

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  8. I hope that in giving the quit order to Igbos in the north, Mbaka and the likes were exempted! Mr Fr Mbaka is a product of poor seminary education and education unlike catholic education system. He is simply hollow and is using fake prophecies to cover up and deceive those gullible followers he has managed to brainwash.

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  9. Thank tpu father Mbaka, Your view is so so correct... however, I still feel the igbos feeling marginalised is because we haven't had an Igbo president in a very long while. Maybe we should restructure and also zone presidency to the igbos, that way we will see what becomes of Nigerian guided by an Igbo entrepreneur. Hopefully we can explore our diversity to the fullest, let's keep discussing without being aggressive towards one another

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  11. Is this man not sowing seeds of discord?

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  12. Let God direct not human.... Rev Respect the Grace of God in you......

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  13. Who says Igbos have not been president? Was Jonathan not an Igbo president? During 2015 elections, we said he was Igbo, so we have had our share but nothing to show for..not even in bayelsa of Niger delta did he do anything..So ethnic president is not d solution but a leader like Buhari with d political will to do the right thing. Like Ogoni land cleaning that was left for years, east-west road, enugu-Ph road, enugu-awka road, passage of pib bill, initiative to develop modular refineries, agriculture etc..what Jonathan could have identified and pursued instead he gave his people guns to remain in f creek and not see wisdom, global impact whilst oil fades away..what a tragedy bcos, his people will wake up soon and realise that oil is useless as the world moves away from oil..let's get behind Buhari for impactful leadership..God bless Baba. God bless Nigeria..We love Buhari

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  14. Take it or leave it. Father Mbaka has spoken the truth

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  15. The man called mbaka is not God,he's a human like me and you there,he must not be right always....here he's wrong because only God saves and not mbaka,even if you are a leader speak with care don't just open mouth to say anything anyhow because you are recorganised in a society and came talking and despising your people because you are known....predict finish leave for God,He knows the best....ibos can and rule themselves by God's grace,you aren't God,You are a servant of God just like many other people in eastern land.

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  16. Truth is always bitter in the ear of the unwise...... Biafrans should learn from South Sudan.... I know nothing anyway

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  17. If there is poverty they will fight each other but Biafra will never be poor so they will not fight each other.

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    1. Are you sure that Biafra will not fight each other knowing that we igbos can go to any length because of money?

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  18. I am afraid, MBAKA is correct.
    Once Biafra is born, it shall be the downfall of the Igbos,
    A period of Wilderness experience. It shall be like walking away from the blessing

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  19. extremely correct from Rev F Mbaka . those that hv ears let them here, i be typical igbo man

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