Pope Francis Intervenes In Ahiara Imo Church Ethnic Crisis

Pope Francis has intervened in an ethnic crisis involving the Nigerian town of , Imo state , whose bishop, Peter Ebere Okpaleke, appointed by Benedict XVI in 2012, is unwanted by lay people and priests of the diocese. Though Okpaleke is an Igbo from Anambra State, the Catholic leaders in Ahiara rejected him because he is not an Igbo man from Mbaise. Continue reading “Pope Francis Intervenes In Ahiara Imo Church Ethnic Crisis”