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COVID-19: Primate Ndukuba Reassures The Church Of God’s Protection

In the spate of the coronavirus pandemic and with the rising fears of a probable lockdown in certain cities in Nigeria, the New Primate of the Anglican Church in Nigeria, the Most Rev'd Henry C. Ndukuba has charged Christians to remember that God remains God. The Primate encouraged Christians to look up to God in...

Bishop Seely Speaks on Walking in Unity Rather Than Isolation

A newly consecrated Suffragan Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the west Cana, the Rt. Rev. Scott Seely has said that walking in unity is towards the unification of the Church and its purpose, is to reach out to the world through the gospel of the lord Jesus Christ. The Bishop made this known in...

Put Your Trust In God – Bishop Agbo

Couples, most especially Christian couples have been charged to always put their trust in God no matter the situation they are facing in their matrimonial homes. This charge was given by the diocesan bishop of the diocese of Nsukka, the Rt. Rev. Aloysius Agbo, in an interview with ACNN NEWS CORRESPONDENT, NWANNE OGECHUKWU. According to...

Experts Speak on COVID -19 And Its Effect on The Economy

The effect of coronavirus pandemic on the economy has been described as an alarming one that cannot be overstated. MR. OLUWAFEWA OREDUGBA, a travel agent made this known, while playing a guest on ACNN’S weekly programme Christians in politics, where he outlined various ways the pandemic has affected the Nigeria economy and the world...

New Anglican Primate Says God Remains Nigeria’s 0nly solution

Jessica Onyegbula Abuja, March 25, 2020(NAN)The new Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, the Most Rev’d Henry Ndukuba on Wednesday said that God is reiterating that Jesus Christ and Him crucified is the solution for Nigeria in these challenging times . Ndukuba said this in Abuja, at the commemoration of the Archbishop Nicholas Okoh’s decade...

President Buhari Congratulates New Primate, Church Of Nigeria (Anglican Communion)

President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated Archbishop Henry C. Ndukuba on his presentation as the fifth Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) today in Abuja. The President also prays for God’s grace, wisdom and guidance for the new leader as he leads Anglicans in Nigeria at a time of contending myriad of challenges for...

Most Rev’d Henry Ndukuba, New Primate Of The Anglican Church In Nigeria Lays The Marker For His Primacy; Declares It As A Decade Of The Reign Of God

BY NGOZI ADIGHIBE “There is nothing and no one, who can help us, except Jesus Christ and Him crucified.” This was the crux of the message of the new Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, the Most Rev’d Henry C. Ndukuba at the commemoration of the Archbishop Nicholas Okoh’s decade of Primacy and...

Careless Teaching, Tribalism And Ethnicity, Bane Of The Church- Primate Okoh

BY NGOZI ADIGHIBE The retiring Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, the Most Rev’d Nicholas Dikeriehi Okoh has stated the reason for the division in the Church of God. He said the greatest weapons of wolves in the Church  “are tribalism and ethnicity.” He warned that members of the Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion  “must...

Bishop Ide Tasks Ministers To Enhance Church Growth As Warri Organizes Special Diocesan Seminar For Church Teachers And Wives

  BY PRINCEWILL IREOBA The Anglican Diocese of Warri organised a “Special Diocesan Seminar” for her Church Teachers and wives at the Ibru International Ecumenical Centre Agbarha-otor, Delta State on March 5 and 6, 2020. In an Opening Charge delivered through the Dean of the Warri Diocesan Bible School, The Ven. Dr. E.A.Otobrise, who organised the...

When Divine Visitation Is A Response – ARCHBISHOP EMMANUEL EGBUNU

Since divine visitation is mostly God’s initiative, sometimes, it takes us by surprise. Pleasant surprises are great, but when we are caught unprepared, the effect of divine visitation can also be tragic. Moses had settled to his fate as an exile in Midian and put his scrapbook of “memorable manifestoes for Egypt’s future” on the...

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