‘God Deserves Money’ – Father Mbaka Slams Critics

‘God Deserves Money’ – Father Mbaka Slams Critics

‘God Deserves Money’ – Father Mbaka Slams Critics

Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, the Spiritual Director of the Adoration
Ministry, Enugu has slammed his critics, insisting that God deserves
money.

Mbaka spoke in reaction to criticisms over a video that went viral
where he was seen trying to compel the Vice-Presidential candidate of
the Peoples Democratic Party, Peter Obi, during the annual harvest and
bazaar celebration of the church to disclose how much he would donate to
his church project.    

In a new video, Mbaka, who spoke in English and Igbo intermittently,
said God deserves money and there was nothing wrong with him asking for
donations.  The cleric explained that bazaar day is strictly for raising
of funds and that is the only time his church asks for donations.

Mbaka said, “There are some people who are ingrates. These are people
from the kingdom of succubus and Incubus. I want to tell you that all
these things are caused by jealousy and envy. They are not fighting
Mbaka for anything wrong. Everyone who came was blessed but they turned
it against me, saying I am after money.

God deserves money. If you don’t want to bring your own in your
stinginess, hold it. I will give God all that I have and even if anybody
wants to join them, you’re free to join them. Where God the Father,
Son, and Holy Ghost are, there Fr. Mbaka will be.

I will build this place for the church. Whoever felt insulted, I
apologise. But I didn’t come to your house. It was you who came for the
bazaar.”  

On why he demanded money from Obi publicly, the cleric said he wanted
the process of donation to be open and transparent so that no one would
accuse him of diverting funds. Mbaka said every person who made a
donation on the day the bazaar held did so publicly.  

The cleric added, “We do it outside, publicly because if I am silent,
rumours will begin to spread that someone gave me $10m and why did
Mbaka keep quiet? They will abuse me even if I am silent because anytime
they want to attack this ministry, they will start somewhere.

If I am silent they will attack, if I talk, they will attack it. And
don’t forget that the liturgy was not tampered with. I finished the mass
and even removed my priestly attire. No one can fault me on that.”  

The cleric insisted that he was not partisan, adding that every
person, regardless of political leaning, was free to come to him for
blessings.

Watch the video below….