Saturday, May 8, 2021

2023 General Elections: All citizens must be involved in political process

The General Elections comes up in 2023. This is the opportune time for the citizens to exercise their rights to choose our leaders. Politics is God-given process in the ordering of His world and society. Politics is not dirty as has been perceived by some people in the past, even though some people have...

Oleh knights charged to advance

BY PRINCEWILL IREOBA The Council of Knights of the Diocese of Oleh, Delta State and their ladies have been enjoined to move forward. This was the thrust of their Retreat held at Ibru Centre Agbarha-otor, between February 5 and 7, with the theme, Advance (Deut. 2:2-3). Different speakers at the Retreat, including the Diocesan Bishop, the...

Bandits Will Overpower Nigeria if Government Continues to Dialogue, Cardinal Onaiyekan Warns

Prominent cleric and former Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, John Onaiyekan has warned that Nigeria will soon be overpowered by bandits if the government continues to dialogue with non-state actors. The Nigerian government’s failure to address rising insecurity according to the cleric has emboldened “a large gang of criminals that are almost taking over our country”. Onaiyekan...

CLASFON Decries Indefinite Closure of Christian Mission Schools in Kwara

The Christian Lawyers Fellowship of Nigeria (CLASFON) has called on the Kwara State Government to reopen Christian mission schools recently closed down. The group also condemned the exclusion of Christians in the 19 northern states from the lists of judges shortlisted for appointments as Appeal Court justices. In a communique issued at the end of its...

Anglican,ECWA maintain stance against hijab in schools

The Evangelical Church Winning All and the Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion have both denied the allegation that they have agreed to the Kwara State government’s directive for the use of hijab to be used by Muslim female students in their schools. Oja-Iya, and Bishop Smith Memorial College, both in Ilorin the state capital, are...

Ndukuba speaks on insecurity and instability in Nigeria, calls for weapon control and a sovereign national dialogue

INSECURITY AND INSTABILITY IN NIGERIA: Nigeria is fast becoming a land flowing with Tears and Blood because the reality of Terror, devastations, destructions and fear are evident. The troubles that come to the people are like the earthquake which was followed by a Tsunami with great destruction of lives and property. The after math...

JUST IN: Gunmen Wearing School Uniform Storm Secondary School In Niger, Kill Student, Abduct Many Other Students, Teachers

Armed men have attacked Government Science College Kagara in Rafi Local government area of Niger State, Channels Television reported on Wednesday. At least one student was feared killed and several other students abducted. Some teachers and their family members residing within the college staff quarters were also said to have been abducted by the gunmen. A government...

Ndukuba hails Onitsha All Saints Cathedral

By Princewill O. Ireoba • As Bishop Nwokolo Marks Anniversary Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Most Rev. Henry Ndukuba has described the All Saints Cathedral, Onitsha venue where Diocese on the Niger, hosted all delegates that came for the Church’s Standing Committee, as historic. He recalled the advent of the gospel to Igboland...

CAN urges National Assembly to suspend bill on hijab

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has urged the leadership of the National Assembly to suspend a bill before the House of Representatives seeking to institutionalise the use of hijab in the country. It said the bill is ill-timed and uncalled for. “The bill titled: ‘Religious Discrimination (Prohibition, Prevention) Bill, 2021’ is seeking to provide a...

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