Parishes in the diocese accuse Malasa of abusing funds as well as being greedy and power hungry.
They also claim that Malasa appointed himself chairman of most schools and health facilities owned by the diocese
Representatives of 37 of the 41 parishes last year resolved to ban their bishop from visiting all parishes within the diocese’s jurisdiction.
The parishes, according to the communication, also accuse the bishop of grabbing board chairmanships of most schools and health facilities in the diocese.
Resignations of priests from various roles and parishes they were deployed also angered the congregants.