Rev. Fr Ejike Mbaka has on Sunday, May 9, publicly apologized to the Catholic Church and the Bishop of the Diocese of Enugu State, Bishop Callistus Onaga, for the unruly behaviour of his supporters in Enugu following rumours of his disappearance.
The priest rendered the apology in a church service at Adoration Ground, Umuchigbo in Enugu East Local Government Area.
In a video shared online, the Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry Enugu Nigeria (AMEN), explained what happened on the day his adherents feared he had been abducted.
According to him, he had no idea his members had stormed the Bishop’s residence to cause havoc on May 5.
Rev. Fr Ejike Mbaka added that when he heard what happened, he rushed to the scene.
In his haste to get to his members and calm them down, he almost had an accident.
Mbaka went on his knees and apologized to Bishop Onaga, the Catholic church in Enugu and the universal Church for the damage done by his followers at the Bishop’s house at Igbo Eze Street, Independence Layout Enugu, and Holy Ghost Cathedral, Ogui Enugu.
He said the search for him was hijacked by others, including people from other tribes and faith.