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With deep sense of loss, The Order of the Knights of St. Mulumba Nigeria announces the death of their Worthy Supreme Assistant Secretary,

BRO. HYACINTH U.C CHUKWUDIRE (1944 - 2015). 

The burial arrangement is as follows:

VIGIL MASS – Christ The King Catholic Parish Orie-Mbieri on 26/11/2015 

                              Time: -   4.00pm

 

       BURIAL – St. Thomas Catholic Church Ubakuru- Mbieri  on 27/11/2015.   

       7:00am Body leaves Aladinma mortuary to his residence at 101 shell camp Owerri

       8:30am Body arrives his home town (Durunwereji) Ubakuru Mbieri

       9:30am Lying in state at his compound

       11:00am  Requiem Mass at St. Thomas Catholic Church Ubakuru Mbieri.

 

MAY HIS SOUL AND THE SOULS OF THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED, THROUGH THE MERCY OF GOD REST IN PEACE, AMEN!

 

 

History of Knights of St Mulumba in Nigeria

The Order of the Knights of St. Mulumba (KSM) was established in Nigeria on June 14, 1953 by Late Reverend Father Abraham Anselm Isidahome  Ojefua; a Priest and Monk from Illah Monastery in present day Delta state and modelled after the...

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Ladies of St Mulumba (LSM)

The Ladies of the Order of Knights of St. Mulumba Nigeria are the wives of Knights of St. Mulumba. The LSM is headed at the National Level by the Noble President, at the Metropolitan Council by the Worthy President and at the Subordinate councils by Sub council Presidents.

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The Order outside Nigeria

The Order established an Order of Catholic Knighthood in Uganda in 2004 known as “Order of the Knights of St. Matia Mulumba Uganda” and in April 2008 inaugurated a subordinate council in the Diocese of Mamfe, Cameroun.

 

 

The KSM Nigeria Anthem

Mathias Kalemba, dear Saint Mulumba
Brave Champion of faith for all Africa
Our Patron art thou do pray for your Knights
Your faith and courage to emulate.

With four limbs chopped off, you still derided
And strongly disdained satanic fury
You lingered limbless Thursday thro’ Sunday
To God your soul then commended.


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