The prominent cleric said that many years ago a prophecy came that the league trophy belongs to Enugu Rangers and his prediction came to pass
In his New Year message Mbaka raised an alarm over a plot to assassinate Buhari.
Fear now grips Nigerians over President Buhari’s life as the latest prophecy of Father Mbaka has come to pass.
Controversial Catholic Priest Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka of the Adoration Ministries Enugu on October 6, Wednesday, congratulated officials of Rangers FC with winning the Nigerian Professional Football League.
He presented N2 million and decoders to players at the dedication of the league trophy to God at the ministry by the club.
Rev. Mbaka said that he was happy that God fulfilled his prophecy to the club after 32 years in the wasteland.
The prominent man of God said: “Before the 2016/2017 season began, we dedicated the players and the league to God in which a prophecy came that the league trophy belongs to Rangers.
“Today, we are celebrating God`s work in action, we are no more praying to emerge the champion but celebrating the champions.
“For this achievement, I and the Adoration Ministries hereby give N2 million to Rangers FC and a decoder to each member of the club.’’
On his own part, Charles Ndukwe, state commissioner for youths and sports, appreciated the cleric and gave the assurance that the club would always seek God’s presence in their endeavors.
Father Mbaka is one of the prophets who predicted the victory of Muhammadu Buhari in the last year presidential election.
However, the fiery priest was strongly criticized by the priesthoods in the south east when he chose to support President Buhari to beat Goodluck Jonathan in the poll.
Mbaka blasted those who labeled him a false prophet and released his prophecies for 2016.
He warned the leader of the nation that his life is in danger because of his fight against corruption.
The cleric said: “Many people are planning to kill Buhari; there are many plans on how to eliminate his life so that corruption will continue; so that embezzlement will continue.”