Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry, Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka has said there is a secret behind sit-at-home observed in the the Southeastern states of Nigeria.
Mbaka while speaking at the weekend during Easter all night service at the Adoration ground in Enugu state in a more than 10 minutes video made available to the public by the Adoration Ministry said if the detained Biafra secessionist leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is released today, the every Monday sit-at-home and every other sit-at-home observed in the southeastern states will stop.
Mbaka who never mentioned the name of Anambra State Governor, Charles Chukwuma Soludo in his sermon said it is not enough to complain about the economic implications of the sit-at-home but the release of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu will bring the sit-at-home order to an end.
“We can not deny the fact that this sit at home is costing millions of money especially to business people, but we cannot also pretend not to know the solution.
“They should release our brother mazi Nnamdi Kanu. If he released today the sit at home will stop today”, said Mbaka.
Mbaka mocked government officials who always tell people to come out on sit-at-home days but they themselves remain indoor or go about with troops of security operatives.
“You can’t stop it by force, politicians tried it but it was in vain.
“They sit at home with their families every monday and if they want to go out, they move with more than 20 trucks of security men”, he said.
Mbaka praised Igbo youths who rise up to the challenge of confronting Fulani herdsmen who were killing and disturbing farmers in Igbo land.
“Since the past three years, this year is the year Enugu farmers could farm successfully. May God bless our young men who cleared our farms from fulani herdsmen.
“One of our priest’s large farms were messed up by fulani herdsmen last year, he was crying, but this year he is smiling. May God bless our youths who made it possible for our people to farm again”, Mbaka said.