Fr. Ejike Mbaka

Fr. Camillus Ejike Mbaka. Credit: Courtesy Photo

I’m Going to the Monastery “under priestly obedience”: Controversial Nigerian Priest

Oct 7, 2022

The controversial Nigerian Priest who has been asked to go on a month-long spiritual retreat in Nigeria’s Enugu Diocese has said he is undertaking the journey in line with his vow of obedience as a Catholic Priest, to his Local Ordinary, Bishop Callistus Onaga, and to the Catholic Church.

Fr. Camillus Ejike Mbaka (right) and Mr. Peter Obi (left). Credit: Courtesy Photo

Nigerian Diocese “condemns, dissociates herself from” Priest’s “divisive utterances”

Jun 19, 2022

The leadership of the Catholic Diocese of Enugu in Nigeria has, in a co-signed statement, condemned and distanced itself from what it has described as the “unbecoming and divisive utterances” from Fr. Camillus Ejike Mbaka.

Fr. Camillus Ejike Mbaka, Spiritual Director of the Adoration Ministry in Nigeria's Enugu Diocese/ Credit: Courtesy Photo

Controversial Priest’s Initiative in Nigeria is Now a Chaplaincy, “not personality cult”

Jun 6, 2021

The Adoration Ministry Enugu, an initiative of a controversial Nigerian Catholic Priest, is to function as a Chaplaincy, and “not personality cult”, the Local Ordinary of Nigeria’s Enugu Diocese has directed.

Holy Ghost Cathedral in Nigeria's Enugu Diocese. Credit: Courtesy Photo

Week of Prayer Declared in Nigeria’s Enugu Diocese after Desecration by Priest’s Followers

May 8, 2021

The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Enugu in Nigeria has announced a week of prayer of atonement and reparation following a desecration incident by people reportedly linked to a member of the Clergy of the Nigerian Diocese.

Fr. Ejike Mbaka who resurfaced Wednesday, May 5 after reportedly missing. His supporters had stormed the Bishop's residence demanding his whereabouts / Credit: Courtesy Photo

Controversial Nigerian Catholic Priest Resurfaces after Followers Storm Bishop’s Residence

May 5, 2021

The controversial Nigerian Catholic Priest who had been reported missing has resurfaced hours after his supporters stormed the Bishop’s residence Wednesday, May 5, demanding to know the Cleric’s whereabouts.

Nigerian Fr. Elije Mbaka (left) and Archbishop Alfred Adewale Martins of Nigeria’s Lagos Archdiocese

A Nigerian Prelate Criticizes Priest for Naming “one person as governor against another”

Jan 10, 2020

A Nigerian Archbishop has termed as “surprising” and “embarrassing” claims that a Catholic priest in the West African country is partisan in the country’s politics, having expressed explicit support for a State Governor.