Rev. Mbaka’s Remarks on President Jonathan is Personal & Not The Nigerian Catholic Bishop’s Stance
The head of the Catholic Bishop Conference of Nigeria (CBCN), Archbishop Ignatius Kaigam today issue a communique that the remarks by Rev. Fr Ejike Mbaka on President Jonathan do not represent an official statement of the church but a personal one from the controversial Catholic priest as Rev. Mbaka recently said that the President Goodluck Jonathan is plagued with bad luck and poor performance.
Prior to Kaigam’s statement, it was also reported that the renowned Catholic Priest had urged President Goodluck Jonathan to drop his re-election bid so that the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Maj.Gen Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) can win the presidential election in February.
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Church and State can be intertwined in a messy mess as proven in history but works better if both are untangled from each other. The late Cardinal Jamie Sin of Philippines has kept a respectful distance from the late President Marcos and dared not to address many social inequities and malaise of his time in the 80s during the Marcos Presidency. This attitude eventually made him ane endeared Cardinal of the Filipino people up till today.