Enugu Catholic Priest, and Spiritual Director of the Adoration Ministry, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has warned President Muhammadu Buhari that Nigerians will not vote for him in 2019 if he does not address the high level of hunger and suffering in the country.
In the message, Fr Mbaka noted that there was too much suffering in the country, and faulted the president for not appointing the right people.
He also accused the president of listening to the wrong advice. The present administration has been battling with serious economic crisis.
The fall in the price of oil and poor budget implementation have contributed immensely to the current economic recession.
On Tuesday, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said that the government might invite economic experts to solve the economic debacles the country had found itself.
Nigerians have continued to criticise the approach with which the Federal Government is using to address the economy. The current administration had concentrated on fighting corruption, which to some economic experts is not enough to solve the problem of hunger and unemployment.
Mbaka predicted the victory of Buhari over ex-president Goodluck Jonathan and with the current prophesy, there are indications that the citizens may change against the All Progressives Party in 2019 polls.