The controversial founder of Adoration Ministry Enugu, Nigeria, Rev. Fr Ejike Mbaka, has pointed fingers at unnamed Governors over the re-arrest of leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.
Mbaka, during his weekly Wednesday ministration, did not mention any Governor or directly mention Kanu throughout the message.
However, it was very obvious he was making reference to the IPOB leader and his latest travails, as well as Southeast Governors.
Mbaka alleged Governors had lured the IPOB leader into the hands of his traducers.
He said: “Don’t sell your sons and daughters because of political promise that you are not even sure will materialise tomorrow.
“Don’t sell your son because you are governors today! Live and let live.
“Let the leaders listen. The solution is not in arrest and handcuff, the solution is in job creation!
“Leaders beware! Their(leaders’) stubbornness will collapse this country one day. If care is not taken, it will happen like an earthquake!
“Even if you arrest 100 people, it will not stop the agitation. If anything, it will worsen the situation,” he warned.
While cautioning those celebrating Kanu’s arrest, Mbaka said it was just a matter of time and everyone, including clerics would feel the heat if care was not taken.