The controversial Priest was given residence at Our Lady of the Rosary Parish Emene Enugu, 2km away from his Adoration Ministry but not as a Parish Priest.
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Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka has been transferred from his Parish “Christ the King Parish GRA Enugu” and left without a Parish.
Eastern Radio gathered that the controversial Priest was given residence at Our Lady of the Rosary Parish Emene Enugu, 2km away from his Adoration Ministry but not as a Parish Priest.
According to reliable sources, the decision to remove Mbaka is aimed at checkmating his activities which is generating unpleasant wave within the body of Christ and the nation at large.
The church decision to transfer all the priests in Enugu Diocese was to dilute any suspicion that such move was aimed at checkmating Fr. Mbaka
Speaking with Eastern Radio, another source revealed that the church was afraid of the possible reaction of his followers, who make up more than 80% of the population of Enugu Catholic Diocese.
Commenting on the issue, Rev. Fr. Joseph Offor, the director of social communications of the Diocese, said that there would be general posting and re-posting of priests this year.
He added that the Diocese embarks on postings of priests every six years.
“The bishop decides who should be posted where; it has nothing to do with a particular individual.
“It is a routine practice which is done every six years,” he said.
What this means is that Fr. Mbaka has no Parish again and his weekly Wednesday program “Inodey Again” will not be conducted at Christ the King Parish but probably at Adoration Ministry, Umuchigbo Nike Enugu.