Rev. Fr. Mbaka Hints On The Type Of Governor Abians Should Vote For

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The Spiritual Director of the Adoration Ministry Enugu, Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka has charged Abia electorate to ensure that they vote for a governorship candidate that deserves to be the governor of the state as they head for the polls on Saturday, March 18.


The famous priest went further to advise Abia’s electorate to look very well before making any choice of a new governor.

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He stressed that he was very sure that if the Abia electorate can look well, they will know the person that is deserving of the seat of the next governor of the state.


Mbaka said that he is not after the name of any leader, but is only interested in anyone who will use the opportunity to serve to bring joy to the people.



He stressed that the primary duty of leaders is to bring joy to the people that asked them to lead them at all times and prayed for Ahiwe, wishing him well in his ambition.


The renowned priest gave his blessing to Ahiwe at the adoration ground, Emene, Enugu State where the Abia PDP governorship candidate worshipped with other adorers.

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Speaking during the release of blessings, Mbaka said that it is his duty as a Spiritual Father to bless anyone that so desires.


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He added that it shall be well with Ahiwe as long as his ambition is to better the welfare of the poor masses of Abia State.


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