Outspoken Catholic priest, Ejike Mbaka, has apologized for his scathing remarks against Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi.
In a statement on Friday, the cleric, who is the spiritual director of the Adoration Ministry, Enugu, said he did not intend to malign the LP presidential candidate, but “to pray for him.”
“In any way, the supporters of Mr. Peter Obi feel offended by my utterances or, however, I was misunderstood by them, I ask for their understanding and forgiveness.
“Peter Obi is my friend and remains my friend and brother. I love him and I wish him success. May God bless him and his good supporters. God’s will be done in his political endeavour,” he said.