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No PVC, No Communion: Catholic priest denies members without PVC communion during mass



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A Catholic priest has taken the issue of the forthcoming election personally by refusing members of his parish without Permanent Voter Cards (PVC) communion during a mass.

A . of the priest chasing two parishioners without their PVCs away from the alter has been seen online.


The Reverend Father however attended to another parishioner who could show her card to him and the entire parish.

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While the . could be a dramatic piece performed within a church hall, the action of the priest has been commended by many.

@earlpsalm commended:
“Nice one by fire by force this 2023 9ja must better o”


@iam_brightobi said:
“I support it, the rate at which Catholic priests are being killed alarming, let the church members do the needful by getting their”

@paschal3620 wrote:
“If you say I no like am go and tell your God.. this coming election we ain’t playing with it even God knows that we have been into hell in this country,,get ur PVC and Vote peter Obi”


@oluwa09 commented:
“Good one!!! Always praying without putting on any human effort”

@fabulous_uyia said:
“We did not come to play”



Catholic Priest stops worshipers without voters card from entering church

Meanwhile, in June 2022, a . has emerged on social media of a Catholic Priest preventing church members without Permanent Voters Card (PVC) from attending church service.


The priest whose identity cannot be ascertained was seen in the footage allowing only members with PVC to come in for service, while those without the cards were asked to return home.

The preacher who addressed the church members at the entrance of the Cathedral decried the low turnout of Christians during voting.


ALSO READ: 2023: How to obtain PVC, vote in upcoming election

“From today, if you are coming for mass, carry your PVC, if you don’t have your PVC, don’t bother coming,’’ he said.


“Because there is no point in having Christians fill the church, but during the election, we have only a handful of them go out to vote.’’

“So, it means our number, our population means nothing. we want Christians to take their responsibility and their role seriously.’’

Advertisement cannot verify where the incident took place, but many who made comments on social media suggested that the church is in northern Nigeria.


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