Supporters of Catholic priest, Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka, took to the streets of Enugu to celebrate after the clergyman resurfaced following reports he had gone “missing”.
Recall that Enugu residents took to the Enugu Bishop’s lodge earlier today, May 5, to protest and ask for the whereabouts of the priest who was last seen on Tuesday evening, May 4.
Ohanaeze Youth Congress gave the federal government 48 hours to ”produce” the Enugu-based Catholic priest who called for the President’s impeachment or resignation days ago over insecurity (read here).
In response, the DSS denied having Fr Mbaka in their custody (read here).
Well, Mbaka has now resurfaced. Mbaka, who is the spiritual director of Adoration Ministry, Enugu Nigeria (AMEN), was seen waving to protesters through the open roof of a moving car.
In the video shared by BBC Pidgin, supporters of Mbaka and operatives of the Nigeria Police Force are seen surrounding the clergyman as he waved at those who had gathered to protest his alleged disappearance.