The last might not have been heard about the imbroglio currently going on at CCC Luli Parish, Maryland in the United States of America as the presiding Judge, John P. Davey has ordered the warring parties to embrace peace.
The ruling obtained from the Consent Order in the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, Maryland, the case between the Parochial Committee of CCC Luli Parish, Maryland, USA and the aged clergyman, Superior Evang Charles Agbassa might have shocked a lot of the parishioners…reason being that, no one ever thought the Judge would rule in a manner he did.
The Church Committee that petitioned the court for a preliminary injunction under the Maryland rule on November 27 and 28, 2017 with various testimonies and exhibits to the court were not too pleased when the judge announced that the church and the shepherd should settle their difference peacefully.
They were further told to embrace an amicable resolution and distance themselves from making or passing disparaging remarks at each other.
Tits and bits extracted from the Court Consent, “Effect from 28th of November 2017 at about 5pm, the parties shall restore the shepherd and all existing committees and committee members to the duties and responsibilities held on November 1, 2017. The Executive Parochial Committee shall manage the day-to-day operations of the church and pay the Shepherds his monthly allowance. (remember we reported that Baba Agbassa was collecting $5k before the Parochial committee slashed it to $2.5k when the payment for the church was designed and channeled toward the 15 years mortgaged property)
The shepherd is a non-voting member of the executive parochial committee and non-voting trustee.
The executive parochial committee shall function as the Trustees
The Luli Parish shall hold elections for the 33-member Parochial Committee including its officers on March 4, 2018. The Shepherd’s and the church’s counsels shall conduct the election
The by-laws shall clearly designate the corporation’s Trustees under the Maryland Religions Corporation Act. Finally, the Parochial Committee shall carefully consider a mechanism to appoint or remove a shepherd.”
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