Rev Fr Mbaka endosed Governor Ugwuanyi for second term

The Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry Enugu Nigeria (AMEN),
Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka on Sunday declared that there is no vacancy
in the Enugu State Government House in 2019, stressing that
Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has done excellently well in office and
deserves a second term.
Fr. Mbaka poured encomiums on Gov. Ugwuanyi, describing him
as “a good, kindhearted, humble, peace-loving and God-fearing
leader”, who has judiciously managed the lean resources of the
state for the benefit of the people.
The Catholic priest also described Ugwuanyi as “the best Governor
so far in Enugu State”, adding that he is “an epitome of peace; a
sanctuary of conflict resolution and model for rural and urban
The cleric, who spoke at the Adoration Arena in Enugu during the
Thanksgiving Mass for the governor’s recent victory at the
Supreme Court, thanked God for giving the people of the state such
an outstanding leader, saying this is the first time since he became
a priest, that the state is experiencing peace.
He maintained that Gov. Ugwuanyi is prayer answered,
appreciating the people of the state for their unflinching support
and prayers for the governor, especially while the protracted legal
battle lasted, emphasizing that “it is a Mass of Thanksgiving to
Mbaka further stated that Ugwuanyi was “the only governor that
pays workers’ salaries before the 25th of every month”, disclosing
that when most states could not pay salaries as a result of the
recent federal allocation sharing deadlock, the governor paid,
Commending Gov. Ugwuanyi for the security in Enugu State, Fr.
Mbaka stated the feat was achieved because of “the reign of
peace” in the state and the governor’s faithful role as “a good
While applauding the governor “for managing the public wealth
judiciously and Godly” for the equitable development of the entire
state, the outspoken priest prayed against any plot over the
governor’s re-election in 2019, saying: “I pray to God that this good
man with intimidating humility will continue to govern Enugu State
till 2023.
“Our governor, God has opened doors for you, no man can close it.
Those who are following him should continue to follow him, he is a
good man. We have one candidate for the governorship seat in
2019 in Enugu State in the name of Gburugburu (Ugwuanyi). We
are begging him to come and complete the good works he has
started in Enugu State. Enugu State is behind him. The church,
students, teachers, traditional rulers, Adoration Ministry, many
others are also behind him.
“I therefore, advise those who want to contest against him to
please consider other elective positions”, he said, while
commending the governor for constructing “for the first time” the
road that leads to the Church in Emene, Enugu.
Responding, Gov. Ugwuanyi, who expressed gratitude to the
Ministry for its support and unceasing prayers for the success of
his administration, noted that it was as a result of God’s mercies
and special grace that the victory at the Supreme Court was
Gov. Ugwuanyi recalled that the Adoration Ministry was his first
port of call in search of God’s grace “when this journey to usher in
people-oriented governance in our dear state” began.
According to him, “today, I return to this place, once again to thank
our dear able God, who in his Mercies has given us victory at the
Supreme Court”.
While committing the forthcoming elections of 2019 into God’s
hands, trusting that the good Lord will surely grant him victory
again, as “He did for us in 2015”, Gov. Ugwuanyi reassured the
people of Enugu State that he will continue to walk in His Light and
manage the affairs of the state with the fear of God.
He therefore, called on those who contested the election with him
to join hands in moving the state forward.


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