Primate of the Anglican Church in Nigeria, Most Reverend Bishop Nicholas Okoh, yesterday warned members of the clergy involved in act of homosexuality to resign or risk being disgrace out of the communion.
Okoh handed the warning at the opening ceremony of the All Anglican Clergy Conference holding at the premises of Benue State University (BSU) in Makurdi. He reiterated the anti-gay stand of the Anglican Communion and advised members of the clergy, who have gay tendencies to resign their position honourably or risk being disgraced out of the Church.
The primate also advised the clergy not to charge money for services rendered to members of the public, saying those found culpable would be sanctioned in accordance with church laws.
Daily Trust reports that at least, 15,000 pastors and 200 bishops from across the country are attending the one week conference.
Meanwhile, Governor Samuel Ortom in his welcome speech urged the conference to carry on its activities without any fear of molestation as he advised Benue people to put their trust in God to experience breakthrough in all facets of life.
Ortom added that the conference would bring blessings to the people of the state as well as all delegates.