The Catholic Bishop Njue today has dismissed those saying he retired from the service. According to him he is still in service and that what he did was just cardinal rule. Speaking to congregation in a Sunday service, John says the rule requires that when one attain an age of 70 is relieved from administrative duties and that doesn't mean he is no longer in service.
His remarks comes days after it was announced that he had retired as the Cardinal. This therefore indicates that once one is ordained as a priest he remains to serve entire life untill age restricts him or death. https://twitter.com/i/status/1371044258203963394. The said Bishop has been in service for over thirty years hence one of the longest serving clergy men the country has.
Remember to attain his title is not a walk in the park, as many stages are encountered. It is for this reason they are maintained in church even after attaining retirement age. Because it's not only service to christians but it's a calling of which nobody should terminate but only God himself.
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