Nnamdi Kanu: Mbaka leads prayer session for IPOB leader’s freedom


The spiritual director of the Adoration Ministry, Enugu, Nigeria, AMEN, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has conducted a special prayer session for the freedom of the incarcerated leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu.

A video of the special prayer session was posted on Friday on the ministry’s Facebook page titled “I pray For Our Brother Nnamdi Kanu”.

The video was apparently recorded while the cleric was ministering in one of his church programmes.

The fiery cleric in the forty-three minutes long video offered prayers to God on behalf of Kanu for his freedom.

“There is nothing you cannot do. You are the specialist in the impossible. Into your hands, we commit Nnamdi Kanu, deliver him, deliver him. Please deliver him, Lord. For the sake of your people, oh Lord, deliver him, Lord. Give him freedom, ransom free. Emancipation. The hand that sets free those in bondage, free him from bondage.

“The entire Igbo people implore you, oh Lord, to grant Kanu freedom,” Mbaka prayed.

Recall that the DSS has held Kanu since June 2021 after he was forcibly repatriated from Kenya to Nigeria over terrorism charges.

The appellate court had also ordered Kanu’s release due to his unlawful repatriation from Kenya to Nigeria to face the terrorism charges. However, the government appealed the decision at the Supreme Court, declining to release the IPOB leader.

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