A Reverend father has introduced a policy that ensures members of the congregation will receive holy communion only if they have their Permanent Voters Card (PVCs)..
The priest disciplined parishioners who trooped out to the altar to collect communion during mass without the voters card.
A video making the rounds on social media captures the moment he asked church members coming to collect the body and blood of Christ if they have their voters card and anyone who doesn’t have is sent back.
He could be seen using a palm to flog a lady who confidently walked up to the altar only to reveal that she does not have a PVC.
Other parishioners who were in the same category were left with no option than to run back to their seats when they saw how the cleric reacted.
No PVC NO holy communion!— Nwa❤️ (@Ozoadaz) January 25, 2023
E don chock 😂😂😂
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