Catholic Church Bans Fr Mbaka For Commenting On Sociopolitical Issues
The Catholic church in Nigeria has banned the controversial priest; Fr Ejike Mbaka, spiritual director of Adoration Ministries Enugu Nigeria (AMEN), from commenting on partisan politics.
In a letter to Mbaka, signed by Callistus Onaga, Catholic bishop of Enugu diocese, also converted the adoration ministry to chaplaincy.
The letter, which is dated June 3, contains the diocesan directives and guidelines for the conduct of the adoration ministry.
The directives were announced just as Mbaka is set to resume activities of the ministry which was suspended following his one-month private retreat.
The priest went on the retreat after the controversies that trailed his recent clash with the presidency.
Catholic Church Sacks Lagos Priest For Hating Igbos
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Corona Virus: Lagos Catholic Church Adjusts Mode Of Service
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