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“Don’t Blame Hausas, Obiano Should Resign” — Father Mbaka On Anambra Fire

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“Don't Blame Hausas, Obiano Should Resign” — Father Mbaka On Anambra Fire

Father Mbaka of Adoration Ministries, Enugu, has frowned on the recent fire outbreaks in Anambra State.

According to Mbaka, it is shameful that Anambra has no functional fire service despite the market being one of the busiest in Africa.

He also questioned why tankers will not fall while we have bad roads everywhere in Nigeria. He blamed the Governor and Anambra politicians for not constructing the roads.

According to him, politicians will take advantage of the tragedy, do eye service and give compensation to some of the victims. At the end, many of the victims might receive N10,000 after the money is shared.

Speaking further, he said that in a sane society, Obiano should resign and tender apology.

According to him, markets, schools and more should be closed until the governor resigns or live up to expectation.

He frowned at why some people should blame Hausas for the incident. According to him, Hausa people don’t even know that we exist. He gave instances on how Igbo politicians loot money awarded for projects. He used Enugu airport as an example and said many Igbo politicians use substandard products for its construction after collecting huge allocation from Federal Government.

Mbaka stated that people no longer value the words of prophets. He wondered why people should be arguing with prophets after collecting N10,000 from politicians. According to him,he started speaking against politicians right from the days of Babaginda and never knew Buhari before he started talking about him.He stated that he laughs when people think that he is supporting Buhari because of any financial gain.

Mbaka said time will come when Igbos will start looking for priests for solutions. He believes that Hausas are not our problem. The Igbos are their own problem.

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