Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry, Enugu, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has revealed the role he played in restoring the mandate of Peter Obi as Anambra State Governor when he was impeached seven months after resuming office.
Mbaka during a sermon at the Adoration Ground claimed that he played a major role in keeping the 2023 Labour Party presidential candidate as Anambra State Governor.
The cleric said Obi failed to reciprocate his gesture of aiding him to retain the governorship seat despite the impeachment.
Recall that Obi, who took over office on March 17, 2006, was impeached by the state House of Assembly after seven months in office.
Obi had several times claimed that he was impeached by the state lawmakers for allegedly refusing to mismanage the state’s fund.
KEMI FILANI NEWS had earlier reported that Mbaka said Obi is stingy and would not emerge as President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor in 2023.
He said, “Obi is my friend. When he was chased out of Government House, he knew the role I played to bring him back, but how did he pay me back?
“Night meetings we attended to bring him back, ask him, ask Eselu Uga, ask Archbishop Anikwenwa, they know where and how we did it and he was brought back.
“Ask Peter since then what he used to reward Adoration. If you like Peter Obi, tell him to come and ask for forgiveness. Let him come and redo what he did. There is an altar of God he blasphemed; he defiled an altar of God, the Holy Spirit”.