Mulumba Knights deny being cultists

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The Supreme Council of Knights of Saint Mulumba, Nigeria has declared that its members were not cultists and would not hesitate to fire any member found to belong to a cult group.
The council made the declaration in Port Harcourt while addressing reporters at the opening of its 36th Annual Convention of the council with the theme, “The Church in Nigerian and its role in Democracy Governance.”
Speaking, Supreme Knight, Bro. Anthony Onuh, expressed worries over suspicions from the public that Knights were a group of cultists in the church.
His words: “The order will sack any of our member found to be member of any secret cult without hesitation as it is against our principles.”
“All members are given opportunity to advance him or herself spiritually with the spirit of God, so what is the need of belonging to a secret cult group.
“We will dismiss any of our member found wanting without minding his position. We do not tolerate cultism,” he said.
Onuh asserted, “It is our responsibility to counteract the harm done by secret societies to the church and arrest the influx of enlightened Christian members to those harmful secret groups that totally oppose the catholic faith and morals.”
He added, “If we are trying to cleanse the body of Christ of all forms of cultism, how can we again be cultists? Somebody who is a cultist cannot chase a cultist out from church.”

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