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My Life Journey, Achievements And Regrets – Primate Okoh

Its ten years down the line and in the next few days, the Archbishop Metropolitan and Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) His Grace, Most Revd Nicholas Dikeriehi Orogodo Okoh, will disengage from office of the primate after completing the statutory ten years as Primate of the Church of Nigeria. Primate Okoh is...

Limit Running From One Diocese To Another.”Remain in Your See and Take Care of The Flock,” – Abp Lamido

The Dean of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, the Most Rev’d Buba Lamido has noted that the functions of a Bishop are manifold, but that above all he is to be a shepherd of God’s flock. According to him, Bishops have been called to be shepherds, not just decision makers. He made this known...

Uganda Enthronement: Archbishop Welby and Archbishop Beach — Clash of the Titans

Two Anglican Archbishops with two distinctive agendas for the Anglican Communion met at the enthronement of the new Ugandan Archbishop the Rt. Rev. Dr. Stephen Kaziimba. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby and Archbishop Foley Beach, Primate of the ACNA and GAFCON chairman found themselves on the same stage, but Welby found himself eclipsed by...

The Attack On The Person Of The Most Rev’d Dr Ali Buba Lamido, The Dean Church Of Nigeria, The Archbishop Kaduna Province And The Bishop Wusasa Diocese.

The Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) is compelled to write this rejoinder to publications that have been circulated on both print and electronic media, as well as on social media against the person and office of the Most Rev’d Dr Ali Buba Lamido, the Dean of the Church of Nigeria, Archbishop and Bishop of...

Nigeria Travel Ban Does Not Make Economic or Moral Sense – ADOTT

The earliest news report circulated on Nigeria’s travel ban on January 21st with a reporting in Wall Street Journal (WSJ) by Michelle Hackman and since then a few other sources in other reputable media such as Politico et cetera had reported on this as a possible State Department policy towards six countries with most...

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...

BREAKING: Power plant on fire in Ibadan

The Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company, Ibadan (IBEDC) power plant, Ayede located in Akinyemi, Ibadan is currently on fire. The cause of the fire and the extent of damage is yet to be ascertained as at the time of this report. On Tuesday, there was confusion at Akala Expressway, Elebu area of Ibadan, the Oyo State capital...

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...

The Sabbath Of God – Princewill Ireoba

Sabbath simply means rest. When God finished his work of creation, he rested and subsequently instituted it as a pattern for mankind and animals (20:8-11; Deut. 5:12-15). Sabbath is a divine ordinance and as such, should be observed. In effort to ensure the Sabbath observance, the legalistic Pharisees set up strict laws regarding the...

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