Ayade’s Chief Of Staff, Hon. Martin Orim Donates Vehicle To First Priest From Wife’s Community

By Elijah Ugani

The Chief of Staff to the Cross River State Governor, Hon. Martin Orim has donated a vehicle to the first to be ordained priest from the Roman Catholic Mission RCM Bedia.

The Soon to be ordained priest, Rev. Jeremiah Udida will be the first priest from Bedia in Obudu Local Government Area, where the wife of the Chief of Staff hails from.

Hon. Orim had pledged the vehicle during the thanksgiving ceremony of Major General Parker Undiandeye at RCM Bedia.

During the thanksgiving, the Priest In Charge of RCM Bedia, Rev. Fr. Paschal Ngang had told the congregation that the major challenge faced by the church was how to purchase a car for the new Priestley’s to be ordained.

Announcing the donation, the Priest In Charge of RCM Bedia, Rev. Fr. Pascal Ngang wrote, “I just got this car for the first priest of Bedia origin to be ordained on Saturday the 8th of May, 2021,” as he shared images of the red Toyota Corolla on Saturday.

Rev. Jeremiah Udida is among the ten Deacons to be ordained priests for the Catholic Diocese of Ogoja on the 8th of May, 2021 at St. Benedict Cathedral Ogoja, as part of the activities for the centenary celebration of the diocese.


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