The Two Men of God Who Never Condemned Government Sponsored Jihad

By Charles Ogbu
10th June 2018

Bishop Enoch Adeboye and Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka are two "Men of God" who have never spoken out against the full blown govt-sponsored jihad the Fulani terrorist herdsmen are visiting on the non-Caliphate rest of Nigerians. 

Pastor Adeboye's silence is particularly criminally troubling considering that he is a major stakeholder/shareholder in this genocide govt having donated his Pastor, Yemi Osinbajo as the Vice President which placed him in a uniquely strategic position to add his voice against this govt sponsored ethnic cleansing.

The question is, for Pastor Enoch Adeoye, is protecting his investment in Buhari's govt more important than protecting human lives??? 

Father Mbaka's silence is even more irritating considering how he clearly lied to us that his pigeon God has chosen Buhari to reposition the country on the path of greatness. This Priest wept and mourned like Jeremiah the weeping Prophet and told us all that Jonathan would destroy Nigeria if left to continue. Now, his favorite Candidate, Buhari is going about the country using his Fulani militia to slaughter thousands including ordained Catholic Priests dismembered right there in the Church and







suddenly, the Enugu Adoration Priest no longer has a harmonious rapport with his tongue.

I have read quite a lot about Arch-Bishop Desmond Tutu of the Rainbow Nation and how he risked it all opposing the Apertheid Thugs. As a Bible student and an ex alter boy, I have read a whole lot about how evil Rulers in the Bible were fiercely opposed by great Prophets like Jeremiah, Elijah, Samuel etc at grave personal risk.

Today, Nigeria is at her darkest moment with conscience-less Jihadists waging a brutal war of conquest against all that breaths who do not share their faith and ancestry. And our own Men of God are busy placing coins and gold and political positions over and above their need to defend and protect their flock from wolves masquerading as the govt.  This is nothing short of a crying shame. 

Kudos to Bishop Oyedepo, Apostle Sulaiman, Bishop Abioye, Bishop Mathew Hassan Kukah, Bishop Chukwuma and other Men of God who have risen up against the continuation of the 1804 Jihad. 

As for Bishop Adeboye and Father Mbaka, their silence in the face of this genocide is simply criminal. There is no point sugarcoating this.

© Charles Ogbu




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