Rev.Fr. Ejike Mbaka Celebrates First Mass After Serving Out 30 Days Suspension

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The Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry Enugu Nigeria (AMEN), Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka will today, Sunday June 6, celebrate his first Mass at the Emene Adoration Ground after serving out the compulsory 30 Days suspension given to him by the leadership of Catholic Church, Diocese of Enugu.

According to information gathered, the time for the Mass at the Adoration Ministry Ground will be 10 am.

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In a statement personally signed by Father Mbaka Saturday Night, the fiery Catholic Priest stated that the Mass at the Umuchigbo Iji Nike, Enugu State will be a Mass of thanksgiving.

The statement on the official facebook handle of the Adoration Ministry read;


“By the special grace of God, the 30 days prayers are over.

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“All the adoration members will be celebrating the 10am Sunday Mass tomorrow being (6/6/2021).

“It shall be a Mass of thanksgiving and blessings tomorrow at our adoration ground (Umuchigbo Iji Nike).

“Come one, come all. AYEYEYEY00!

“From Rev Fr, Ejike Mbaka

“Share this great news to others.”

It could be recalled that Mbaka had on the directive of the Catholic Bishop of Enugu Diocese, Calistus Onaga embarked on a one-month retreat which many saw as punitive following the uproar caused by Mbaka’s comment concerning the ills of President Muhammadu Buhari’s government.

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This Medium had also reported that in a memo on Friday, June 4, banned Mbaka from commenting on partisan politics.


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