Father Mbaka Goes Missing As Church Members Protest

A Mass Protest Has Started In Enugu State Following Report Of Father Ejike Mbaka Allegedly missing

According to some social media users, the cleric where about is not known at the moment.
Ohanaeze Youth Congress has also given the federal government 48 hours to ”produce” the Enugu-based Catholic priest who called for the President’s impeachment or resignation days ago over insecurity.

The President-General of OYC, Mazi Okwu Nnabuike in a statement made available to Tribune on Wednesday, May 5 said Mbaka was last seen on Tuesday, May 4, and that efforts to locate him had failed.

According to report, Adoration faithful have already stormed Bishop’s court requesting for Fr Mbaka.

They insisted that Bishop Onaga should provide him before they leave the court. Singing, nobody should touch the lion’s tail whether dead or alive, they also held up placards that reads “No Mbaka, no Bishop.”

They claimed that the last call Mbaka received was a summon by Bishop Onaga.



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