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COVID-19: Anglican Bishop draws battle line with Enugu Government

COVID-19: Anglican Bishop draws battle line with Enugu Government

The  Anglican Bishop of Enugu, Most Rev. Emmanuel Chukwuma has gone against the decision of the Enugu State Government to suspend all religious and social gathering.

He dared the state government saying that he will not be forced to close his churc

The bishop argued that the church belongs to Jesus Christ that members ought to be allowed to run to their God in worship in a time the whole world is confusion.

“It is wrong on the government to send police after worshippers. I think if they are serious, what they should do is to ensure that the hygiene protocol is kept, that the social distancing order is also kept, while encouraging those at the altar to pray the country out (of the pandemic). What can man do under this circumstance without God?”

“The last thing I will do at this time is to close the doors of my church building. In my Cathedral, we worshipped today and we will observe all the Palm Sunday and Easter activities. I will worship on Monaday, Thursday as well as the Easter Sunday. It will be sad on anybody who tried to stop us”


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