Friday, March 5, 2021

‘Crisis Entrepreneurs Won’t be Dignified’: Nigeria’s Southwest Governors Tackle Senate President

Governors of Nigeria’s southwestern states on Monday took on the senate president Dr. Ahmad Lawan, over his attack on them for allegedly inciting the recent ethnic violence, which erupted in some states in the region. They, however, said they would not engage in a media war with those they described as crisis entrepreneurs and ‘divisionists’...

Niger school invasion: Bandits tied 42 abductees in pairs, fled to bush on motorbikes — Resident

A resident, who witnessed the kidnapping of 27 students and 15 workers of Government Science College, Kagara in the Rafi Local Government Area of Niger State, has described how the kidnappers tied their victims in pairs and took them away. The man, who lives close to the school, confided in The PUNCH on Wednesday that...

COVID-19: Obey Protocols, Do Not Fear, God is on Our Side – Bishop Owen

Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. We thank the Lord for His protection and preservation; For thus so far He has led us. Truly, His mercies upon us is so overwhelming. In view of the rising cases of the second wave of COVID-19, we wish to direct our worshippers to wear FACE...

2021: Our God Is Ever Faithful And Trustworthy – Bishop Olumakaiye Declares

The Diocesan Bishop of Lagos, Anglican Communion, the Rt. Rev. Humphrey Olumakaiye has called on the Federal Government not to impose another lockdown in the country amid the second wave of the deadly coronavirus pandemic. The Bishop, who lamented the negative impact of COVID-19 on businesses, families and socio-economic life of the citizens, stated this...

2021 Shall Be Our Year of Divine Completeness, God’s Restoration, Move And Power” – Primate Ndukuba Declares [Full Sermon + Video]

1 SAMUEL 30:8, COL 2:9, EPH 4: 13 “Brethren God has graciously taken us out of 2020 and taken us into 2021. Today coincides with the feast of circumcision and naming of our Lord Jesus Christ. For the Christians, that is a major celebration and being the feast of the circumcision of Christ, it is...

Bishop Obi Visits MSCC’s Inmates Nnewi, Donates Food Items, Promises To Build A Chapel

The Bishop of the Diocese of Nnewi (Anglican Communion), Rt. Rev. Ndubuisi Obi, last Sunday, at the Chapel of Hope, Medium Security Custodial Centre (MSCC), Nnewi, worshipped with over 20 prison inmates, where he confirmed them at a service. In his sermon, the Bishop, who took his text from Acts 8:12-25, encouraged the worshippers to...

Christmas: Make Jesus Core of Celebration – Primate Ndukuba Urges Christians

Christians have been charged to make Jesus Christ the centrepiece of Christmas celebrations. The Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Most Rev Henry Ndukuba, gave the charge while speaking at the 2020 Abuja Diocesan Christmas Carols and Nine Lessons, held last Sunday at Cathedral Church of the Advent, Life Camp, Abuja. He admonished Christians...

Prof Gana Heads Taskforce On Proposed Anglican University Of Technology

The Primate, Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Archbishop Henry Ndukuba, has inaugurated a taskforce for the actualisation of the proposed Anglican University of Technology, Kwaita, Abuja, headed by Prof Jerry Gana, a former Minister of Information and Culture. Speaking at the 2020 Divine Commonwealth Conference (DIVCCON) held at the National Christian Centre, Abuja, Archbishop Ndukuba...

‘The Decade of the Reign of God’ Means The Anglican Church In Nigeria Must Grow In Faith, Membership – Archbishop Ndukuba Declares In ‘Maiden Charge’ to DIVCCON

The Primate, Archbishop Henry Chukwudum Ndukuba, has pledged that the next 10 years in the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) would be dedicated to growing the Church in faith and membership. The Primate said it was time for the Anglican Church in Nigeria to engage in pragmatic evangelism, fulfilling the Great Commission of Jesus Christ...

Over 7,000 Delegates Registered For Divccon 2020 – Ven. Owoeye

Venerable Oluwaseun Owoeye, Desk officer, DIVCCON 2020,  says despite the initial hiccups faced by the Church in deciding to hold this year’s conference, over 7000 delegates have so far registered with many more expected to register offline as the conference begins. Speaking to the DIVCCON media team, Owoeye recalled that due to the COVID 19...

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