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Transfer: Protest may jeopardise my priestly calling, Mbaka tells followers

Transfer: Protest may jeopardise my priestly calling, Mbaka tells followers
October 05
22:13 2022

Ejike Mbaka, former spiritual director of the Adoration Ministry, Enugu (AMEN), has asked his followers to desist from protesting his transfer to the monastery. 

According to NAN, Mbaka said this on Wednesday.

On October 3, TheCable reported that Mbaka announced his transfer to the monastery, following a directive from Callistus Onaga, the bishop of Enugu diocese, while another priest, Anthony Amadi, was appointed to take charge of AMEN.

This led to protests by members of the ministry, causing the Catholic church to clarify that the cleric was only taking time away.


Speaking on Wednesday, Mbaka said any form of protest may jeopardise his priestly calling, adding that his followers should pray for him instead.

“I do not want to hear that there is any protest done to express anger towards my journey to the monastery,” he said.

“Help me, fellow adorers, to stop any kind of protest that anybody will carry on my behalf to please me. Instead of protest or demonstration geared towards helping me, it may jeopardise my priestly call.


“Therefore, encourage peace, love, within this time and do more of prayers and God of heaven will do the rest for us in Jesus’ name.

“I want to assure you that God has plans for us for a future of hope and not of disaster. Use this opportunity to call on God for integral wellness and wellbeing of the adoration ministry that is the apple of God’s eyes.

“I wish to inform you fellow adorers that this is not a time to be cantankerous, sorrowful, and angry unnecessarily.”

He encouraged the worshippers to accept, obey and listen to Anthony Amadi, the new AMEN director, adding that he would be back in a short while.



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