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Monday, 27 August 2012

Headgears and handbags banned in Catholic church in Enugu

ST. Theresa Catholic Cathedral, Nsukka, Enugu State yesterday Sunday August 26th, told their parishioners that from September 9th 2012, the church will no longer allow women with big head gears and handbags into the church premises. Only head scarfs and very small purses are allowed. What the church said below..
“Please, in view of the present security challenges, the church has urged women to stop coming to Sunday service with big headgears and bags to enable security men know when bomb will be smuggled into the church. The church has directed security men at the church gate to seize big head gears and bags from Sept. 9. This measure is aimed towards enhancing the security of the faithful during Sunday mass.”

35 comments:

Anonymous said...

I tot pple said dat angels will not come I into a church if women do not cover their hair....Hmmn now it is neon seized....God help naija wit fake blivs...God will always be present...

blog pikin said...

Ha ha ha! Boko..the..Boko.i don laugh tire o!

deekay said...

Na wa o! What wont we read again?! Abeg did boko haram disturb them or something to warrant such ridiculousness? They might as well stop women from wearing wrappers or ppl with big tummy to come in in case it's actually a slim chick smuggling bomb in. Useless people.

ogo said...

Lol... See what bokos haz caused!!!

Anonymous said...

Owk... I really dunno what 2 make out of this, anyway its all good sha... Chyk

BLOGLORD said...

it is well o! this whole bombscare is beginning to turn a lot of people to church-halters.
many people no longer got to church on sunday.

Anonymous said...

I know this church, they have strict rules.

whyem said...

Eheh,this s serious. God save us frm evil doers that wants to kill all xtians ooo,God ll deliver us and destroy them by his grace

jessica okojie said...

Lolsss....I really hope dis strategy works

Evelyn said...

Funny

DEEFLAMEZ said...

LMAO...THE FEAR OF BOKO HARAM IS NOW THE BEGINNING OF WISDOM...HEEHEE. BY THE WAY, THESE WOMEN SHOULD SLOW DOWN ON THE EXTRAVAGANT SATELITE DISHES THEY ALWAYS CARRY ON THEIR HEADS SEF, ATLEAST THEY SHOULD TRY TO UNDERSTAND.

SOMETIMES I SEE WOMEN IN THE CAR WITH THIS SATELITE DISH TOUCHHING THE ROOF & BLOCKING THE DRIVER'S SIGHT. ITS JUST RIDICULOUS MEHN

@willadebo

Anonymous said...

Its a gud tin, prevention dey say is beta dan cure. My own church here in Abakaliki has banned d use of handbangs since lik May. Me i lik it sef, dont hav 2 bother myself abt matchin bags on sunday.

Morlard said...

Una Stop Late naa. We have stopped since for lasgidi...

Anonymous said...

Instead my siddon for house pray to my God mbok(pls)

Anonymous said...

I like the priests. They are security conscious.aside the security risks ,some worshippers hv bcom mindless that their headgears obstructs people view. I have been to churches where nothing is done about security. Its great news this church has taken this steps but use more of electronic detectors and cctv cameras kudos. I love this church

Anonymous said...

Lol, this Boko Harram will not kill us with laughter, the fear of Boko Harram is the beginning of wisdom. So Head gear is now bomb? Lol

Hope said...


Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha.LWTMBFH, NA SOOOOO.HAHAHAHAHAHAAHA.

Hope said...


Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha.LWTMBFH, NA SOOOOO.HAHAHAHAHAHAAHA.

tolud said...

True, very true oooo. Anything can b carried in headgears nd handbags these days. May God save us ooooo. Funny tho, =))º°˚˚˚°ºнaĦaнaº°˚˚˚°º‎​=))..

Anonymous said...

It is good, security threat or no security threat the headgears block the view of people behind, making you to stretch out your neck like giraffe

Anonymous said...

It is good, security threat or no security threat the headgears block the view of people behind, making you to stretch out your neck like giraffe

Anonymous said...

Im sooooo happy, can they barn it all over Nigeria? Im tired of wearing scarf to church

ohnyee said...

oya nah

Anonymous said...

LMAO!

Anonymous said...

Anyways I've always known th@ religion is a sham,thus a moral order for man to follow yl alive.God doesn't exist as we've been lied to,perhaps bombs shudnt go up in churches(d least he can do for us).hw wud a man tell me th@ God will secure me yl he can't secure d church?

Anonymous said...

Linda why u come use our Holy Trinity Abj pic?

Anonymous said...

Really sad 4 u, it's amazing dat some1 can say such in dis time n age, first of all may God 4give u, secondly, may I ask u how u came into existence? Pls 4 d sake of ur soul, accept d Lord Jesus into ur life b4 it's 2 late 4 u.

Anonymous said...

How does it relate?
the head ties block their views or what?
Anyways, whatever that need to be done to stop this menace is welcomed.

Anonymous said...

Babes, you dey find trouble oo. You speak of a catholic church in enugu and yet you put up a picture of holy trinity abuja. You want them to enter your matter now abi?
No need to post this. Just wanted to point it out to you.

Anonymous said...

We started since here in Holy Trinity Abj. Just to ensure d security of ppl.

Anonymous said...

Man doesn't kno hw he came into xsistence th@s y man created God in evry nook n cranny he found himself.its amazin th@ u still bliv d good old story.I don't blame u tho, u r amongst the billions still entangled in fallacy.

Anonymous said...

U th@ hv accepted jesus naa,r u berra of than those th@ don't?

Anonymous said...

Man doesn't kno hw he came into xsistence th@s y man created God in evry nook n cranny he found himself.its amazin th@ u still bliv d good old story.I don't blame u tho, u r amongst the billions still entangled in fallacy.

Anonymous said...

Tired of wearin scarf to church ke? Are we readin d same report? They r referin to women who tie those big canopies to church. Ordinary/smaller scarves r allowed.

Anonymous said...

My dear, read d gist again. It says head scarves r allowed i.e d smaller types.

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