Senator Ifeanyi Ubah, has congratulated Catholic faithfuls and the good people of Anambra South on the appointment of Bishop Peter Ebere Okpaleke as the pioneer Bishop of the Ekwulobia Catholic Diocese.
The establishment of this new Diocese, he said represents a significant phase in the history of the Nigerian Catholic Community and Bishop Okpaleke’s unparalleled commitment and personal sacrifices to the Catholic community at large has earned him the deep respect and love of numerous christian faithfuls.
Ubah, said being a man of proven integrity and deep faith whose wealth of experience in the parish ministry and diocesan administration have shown his wonderful ability to lead people by word and example and all of these qualities have prepared him well for this divine task.
“On behalf of the good people of Anambra South, I join all members of the Catholic faith and beyond in congratulating him and praying for a successful and impact filled service. It is my earnest prayer that God whom he has decided to serve will make his future in the Lord’s vineyard more fruitful and successful; Amen.” Uba said in the statement.
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