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YOU ARE OUR OWN- FR. MBAKA ASSURES MRS BUHARI

YOU ARE OUR OWN- FR. MBAKA ASSURES MRS BUHARI

The atmosphere was fully charged. For as long as it lasted, everyone forgot his or her worries. Long faces, which have lately characterized the mood of Nigerians following biting hardships, disappeared.
Christ the King Parish was agog with festivities, Dancers and other entertainers provided full-blown excitement. Elsewhere, near the building housing the Blessed Sacrament, the AMEN SuperNews Talent Hunt group busied itself, treating the expectant crowd with unique dances.
The crowd, comprising members of the CKP worshipping community, member of the Christian Men’s Organization (CMO) and their female counter parts, the CWO, adorned the environment with their beautiful attires.
They had waited patiently from 10am. But it was at 4:14pm that the sirens blared! The First Lady, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, drove into the Parish House. Nigeria will never have a more beautiful First Lady in her history! That is not in doubt.
Clad in pink attire with a fitting head gear, the simple pair of eye glasses that completed Mrs. Buhari’s attire only needed a suiting smile to complete a full personality of the wife of our president. Aisha provided that smile!
Amidst tight security, Mrs. Buhari stepped out of the car and immediately beamed this infectious smile towards the expectant crowd, waving with her right hand in the process. They cheered and waved back. It was as if the scene should be replicated uncountable times.
As she alighted from the Presidential convoy that brought her, she instantly stood before Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, Enugu State Governor. She smiled to him as if to convey an agreement of affirmation to the necessity that this visit was.
As the governor returned her smile, he stepped aside. The biggest meeting of the occasion was about to take place. Right behind the governor was Rev. Fr. Ejike Camillus Mbaka, the chief host of the day. In a very unique fashion, the Catholic priest stretched out his right hand prostrating in the process. He was humility personified as he shook the First Lady.
Dancing and celebration continued to rent the air as Rev. Fr. Mbaka led Mrs. Aisha Buhari into the parish house. An anxious mammoth crowd followed behind, but the high iron security gate prevented them from invading the sitting room of the parish house.
Security personnel, comprising mobile police, eagle-eyed members of the Directorate of State Security (DSS), the Nigerian Army, the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps and the Adoration Security, took over. Selected personalities were thus, allowed into the sitting room.
Fr. Mbaka officially welcomed the First Lady in the sitting room and like an Ibo, presented kolanuts, apple and other ingredients as welcome package.
But the most significant of the package was the presentation of Rapha Oil and bundles of Adoration uniform to the First Lady and her entourage.
An excited Mbaka, who grinned from ear to ear on this occasion, addressed Mrs. Buhari with the choicest of words: “You are our own,” he stated, almost whispering. “We cannot run away from you. Running away from you will be running away from ourselves. No one can run away from him or herself.”
“The day Nigeria was born; it was destined that you and your husband will rule this nation. Thank God, that it has now come to pass. Do not forget the poor and the down-trodden. Our God is their God.”
Mrs. Buhari nodded in acceptance as the prophet of God reeled out advice upon advice. At the end, her reaction was in the affirmative. She cuddled a baby presented to her at the occasion, simply smiled and voiced out: “I shall not forget this advice.”
She had earlier said at the Queen’s College, Enugu, where she physically performed the ceremony marking a Free – health Screening Exercise for women and children that she would do her best to ensure adequate health protection for women and children of this country, adding that the future of Nigeria depended on the survival of the nation’s women and children

The atmosphere was fully charged.  For as long as it lasted, everyone forgot his or her worries.  Long faces, which have lately characterized the mood of Nigerians following   biting hardships, disappeared.

Christ the King Parish was agog with festivities, Dancers and other entertainers provided full-blown excitement.  Elsewhere, near the building housing the Blessed Sacrament, the AMEN SuperNews Talent Hunt group busied itself, treating the expectant crowd with unique dances.

The crowd, comprising members of the CKP worshipping community, member of the Christian Men’s Organization (CMO) and their female counter parts, the CWO, adorned the environment with their beautiful attires.

They had waited patiently from 10am.  But it was at 4:14pm that  the sirens blared!  The First Lady, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, drove into the Parish House.  Nigeria will never have a more beautiful First Lady in her history!  That is not in doubt.

Clad in pink attire with a fitting head gear, the simple pair of eye glasses that completed Mrs. Buhari’s attire only needed a suiting smile to complete a full personality of the wife of our president. Aisha provided that smile!

Amidst tight security, Mrs. Buhari stepped out of the car and immediately beamed this infectious smile towards the expectant crowd, waving with her right hand in the process.  They cheered and waved back.  It was as if the scene should be replicated uncountable times.

As she alighted from the Presidential convoy that brought her, she instantly stood before Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, Enugu State Governor.  She smiled to him as if to convey an agreement of affirmation to the necessity that this visit was.

As the governor returned her smile, he stepped aside.  The biggest meeting of the occasion was about to take place.  Right behind the governor was Rev. Fr. Ejike Camillus Mbaka, the chief host of the day.  In a very unique fashion, the Catholic priest stretched out his right hand prostrating in the process.  He was humility personified as he shook the First Lady.

Dancing and celebration continued to rent the air as Rev. Fr. Mbaka led Mrs. Aisha Buhari into the parish house.   An anxious mammoth crowd followed behind, but the high iron security gate prevented them from invading the sitting room of the parish house.

Security personnel, comprising mobile police, eagle-eyed members of the Directorate of State Security (DSS), the Nigerian Army, the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps and the Adoration Security, took over.  Selected personalities were thus, allowed into the sitting room.

Fr. Mbaka officially welcomed the First Lady in the sitting room and like an Ibo, presented kolanuts, apple and other ingredients as welcome package.

But the most significant of the package was the presentation of Rapha Oil and bundles of Adoration uniform to the First Lady and her entourage.

An excited Mbaka, who grinned from ear to ear on this occasion, addressed Mrs. Buhari with the choicest of words:  “You are our own,” he stated, almost whispering.  “We cannot run away from you.  Running away from you will be running away from ourselves.  No one can run away from him or herself.”

“The day Nigeria was born; it was destined that you and your husband will rule this nation. Thank God, that it has now come to pass.  Do not forget the poor and the down-trodden.  Our God is their God.”

Mrs. Buhari nodded in acceptance as the prophet of God reeled out advice upon advice.  At the end, her reaction was in the affirmative.  She cuddled a baby presented to her at the occasion, simply smiled and voiced out: “I shall not forget this advice.”

She had earlier said at the Queen’s College, Enugu, where she physically performed the ceremony marking a Free – health Screening Exercise for women and children that she would do her best to ensure adequate health protection for women and children of this country, adding that the future of Nigeria depended on the survival of the nation’s women and children

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