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Setting The Record Straight: Primate Okoh Yet To Retire

The office of the Primate of the Church of Nigeria has set the record and want to inform the public that the incumbent, the Most Rev'd Nicholas D. Okoh is still the Archbishop Metropolitan and Primate of the Church of Nigeria till March 25th 2020 when his tenure will finally come to an end. This...

Archbishop Imaekhai Tasks Church Leaders on Unity

The Chairman of the Supra-West Diocesan Board (Old Province One) of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), the Most Rev. Friday Imaekhai, has urged church leaders to work together for the accomplishment of the Divine mission entrusted to them. He was speaking at his opening address to the General Meeting of the Supra-West Diocesan Board...

Bishop Nazir-Ali responds to the bishops’ pastoral statement on civil partnerships

The clear stating of the Church’s biblical and historic teaching on the nature of marriage;  that marriage between one man and one woman is the proper context for sexual expression and that sexual relationship outside such an understanding of marriage fall short of God’s purposes (this is one biblical meaning of sin) is very...

Primate Okoh Visits El-Rufai, Says Anglican Church Is Always For Peace

The Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), The Most Rev'd Dr. Nicholas D. Okoh has commended the commitment of the Kaduna State Government under the leadership of Governor El-rufai to peaceful coexistence in the state. The Primate of the Church of Nigeria, stated this on Wednesday 15th of January in Kaduna when he...

Who is Archbishop Henry C. Ndukuba

Contrary to what is available online (especially Wikipedia), ACNN has obtained the full profile of The Most Rev'd Henry Chukwudum Ndukuba, the primate elect of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion. He was born on the 18th July 1961, to Mr. and Mrs. Silas O. Ndukuba of Ogberuru in orlu Local Government Area of Imo...

Church Of Nigeria, Anglican Communion Elect New Bishops And Archbishops

ACNN TV can reliably report from sources that at its just concluded annual retreat of the Bishops of Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) which held at the Ibru International Ecumenical Centre in Delta State of Nigeria, an episcopal synod was held to elect Suffragans, Bishops and Archbishops to fill vacant positions in the Church...

The Epiphany: Christ Revealed – Princewill Ireoba

January 6 is traditionally marked as the Epiphany Day, though in the recent times, the Sunday after January 1 (today) is celebrated in some places as the Epiphany Day. The Christmastide generally ends on fifth January (also today) also known as the twelfth Night or the Epiphany Eve, and gives way to the Epiphany...

Church of Nigeria Elect The Ven. Felix Unuokhe Olorunfemi For Estako Diocese

The Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) on Thursday, November 14, 2019 elected a new Bishop, The Ven. Felix Unuokhe Olorunfemi to fill the vacancy in the Diocese of Etsako. The election was made at an Episcopal Synod held at the National Christian Centre, Central Business District in Abuja after the annual Divine Commonwealth Conference...

Pastor Olukoya Goofed! – Bishop Fagbemi

The Bishop of the diocese of Owo Anglican Communion has responded to the comment made by the general overseer of Mountain of Fire ministry Pastor D.K Olukoya over the celebration of Christmas as being unbiblical. He noted; I had wanted to respond to Dr Olukoya of MFM on his display of theological and ecclesiastical...

Christmas: God‘S Promises Cannot Fail – Archbishop Egbunu

The bishop of the Diocese of Lokoja Anglican Communion, The Most Rev'd Emmanuel A.S Egbunu has noted that Christmas event was not a historical accident but was a purposed, planned, promised, and programmed divine intervention. He stated this during his Christmas sermon at the Cathedral Church of The Holy Trinity, Lokoja in Kogi state...

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