MASSOB Slams Rev. Fr Mbaka Over Biafra Comments


A faction of the Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), weekend, slammed Enugu Catholic Priest, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, describing his comment on the struggle for Biafra as insensitive and unguided.

Fr. Mbaka had during a sermon at his Adoration Ministry,  condemned the recent agitation and protests for Biafra nation, describing the action as ‘evil.’

Apparently infuriated at Mbaka’s comment, Director of Information, Factional MASSOB, Mr. Uchenna Madu described Fr. Mbaka’s condemnation of Biafra struggle as,”selfish and shameful”.

“How can a reverred Igbo clergy-man descend so low in making such a condemnable statement few days after President Buhari’s wife visited him.

“Mr. President should be aware that no money given to Mbaka, persuasion, personal friendship with him can ever frustrate or diminish the rising status, consciousness and global re-awakening/acceptance of Biafra,” he said.


  1. Most of d pple agitatin r poor n jobless youth dat needs help. pple who r doin well wil want no part of dis, Mbaka has don so much 4 d Ibo pple dan any ibo man I kno. He feeds dem d wrd of God, help d poor n less privilg, creat employmnt 4 d joblss(evn prostituts), sends less privlg yuth 2 schl n fight d curse of d weak! No freedom fightr in ibo land will surpas ds man of God. He is mor dan a humn rght activist, he is a servnt of God. Hearkn 2 him, ye. Ibos!

  2. I am not too much of a fan of people like Rev. Mbaka because I too on my own want to know exactly who God really is and the most appropriate way to relate with Him. But I respect real men of God.
    But I think the days of the doom prophets are long gone! However if he could work on himself and steer clear of politics it would boost the respect and trust beckoned on him. Let him concentrate more on praying for the nation than prophesying doom. Peaceful secession has never and could never be a crime because that was how the whole world was made. That was how Africa was made. That was how Nigeria was made. Hopefully that is how Biafra is going to be made. We can never be an exception!