"Mbaka was Correct; Buhari was the Prayer Answered," - Onyeji Nnaji
Because man is two fast to draw conclusion over events of life, it becomes apparently difficult to understand the dimensions through which God does His work. This goes the far to justify the statement made by the founder of the populous Adoration Ministry, the Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka, who said that Buhari is Godsent.
People readily criticised him over this, following the recent change of message against the very Buhari he one time adored. BVI among many other news outllets misunderstood God's message through Mbaka in such manners. It appeared as though it was not God speaking again through His servant. But, God's message is strictly firm, although Mbaka and the many others did not fully grapple on it's meaning. Here is what God meant when He told Mbaka that Buhari was the man.
In the atmosphere of peace, one hardly could think of the necessity to strife. But the very time when there is rancour, people unequivocally begin to ask questions and seek solutions. Many of the time, atmosphere of rancour always lead to the retrace of ancient landmarks and the history of the people. For instance, the Israelites were complacent and preferably resident in Egypt because they were feeding relatively well, their suffering notwithstanding. But, with the enthronement of Pharoah Amenhotep, followed with his introduction of hash laws for the strangers, they for the first time began to think of what freedom could look like.
Amenhotep was the very Pharoah who did not know Joseph and his contributions to the greatness of Egypt of old. He made strict laws for all Immigrants, especially Israel. He introduced the infant mortality formula for the extinction of Israeli male children. Amenhotep made several laws targeted at suppressing foreigners because of the high rate of population growth among the Hebrews. It was from him that the Hebrew approbation, "Amen!," gained origin. For each time his laws were read among the people, they were sealed with his name to prove that such laws were given directly by him. Therefore, in approbation, the Hebrews exclaimed, "Amen," the short term of Amenhotep.
Turning to the Nigerian situation under the unction that rests on the social prophet and priest, Father Mbaka, God saying that Buhari is the chosen leader over president Goodluck Jonathan, simply meant that God wanted Nigerians, especially the south to wake up from their dead-dream. For years I have been writing, trying to clarify the high level of brotherhood amidst the Igbo and the Yoruba, because the Nigerian government, especially the Northern leaders, have been using them against each other. Once the two brother nations is set against each other, the north will side the Yoruba against the Igbo and concentrate their perpetual dehumanizing treatment on the Igbo. And because the Yoruba had supported them via their media outlets, the Igbo appeared very fiendish and suppressed unnoticed. Today, the concentration of the Buhari government on choosing Fulani leaders into sensitive positions unequivocally evoked reasons for questions. It rather was exacerbated by the activities of Fulani against the true owners of the land. Therefore, the people woke up; and of course, for the final time.
The biggest route to freedom is by first acknowledging the fact that you have been deeply enslaved; acknowledging that your father's, mother's and brethren did nothing to be killed, raped and decapitated; acknowledging that the spirit of your murdered brethren have been crying for vengeance; of course, acknowledging that the people who are unlawfully perpetrating this acts with impunity are strangers who knew nothing about your value system. It is when these feelings come into brains that the thought for freedom suddenly begins to settle in minds. Reflecting on the past activities that kept you defenceless gives birth to the determination to say, "Enough". This is where both the Igbo and their Yoruba brothers, and of course, Binue (The original name for River Benue is ''Binue') will certainly be grateful to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's insistance on the struggle for Biafran freedom.
In conclusion, I wish to reiterate the simple fact that the realization of one's self is the beginning of his freedom. For you to be free, you need to know who you were, who you are, where you were in the past, where you are presently, why you are where you are, what made you to come to where you are, and where you are supposed to be. Answers to these will gear you towards thinking whether you actually need freedom or that you are hallucinating. God is not the author of confusion; His words stand and prove all-round genuine, the time of fulfilment notwithstanding. Is Buhari a prayer answered? The answer is simply yes! If you are still in doubt, then ask Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho.