The Archbishop, Metropolitan and Primate of All Nigeria, Anglican Communion, His Grace, The Most Rev’d. Dr. Henry Ndukuba has admonished every Christian to turn to God and repent of all their sins.
Archbishop Ndukuba made this pertinent call while on an episcopal visit to Wuse Archdeaconry of Abuja Diocese for the service of holy communion, confirmation & admission of candidates into girls’ guild, women’s guild and mothers’ union on Sunday, 9 July 2023, at the All-Saints Anglican Church, Wuse, Abuja.
He said “Repent! For the days of ignorance are over. God is asking us to repent and return because a day of judgment is coming, and each one of us will stand before him to answer.”
According to him, God is raising a people of power and Praise to rule the land, power is available to everyone, but a believer in Christ is distinguished by the Power of the holy spirit.
He noted that, “When God looks out of heaven, he is looking at son, Daughter, men and women who are conforming into the image of the son of God.”
Present at the service was Mama Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Mrs Angela Ndukuba.
The Primate was assisted by a team of clergy from the Archdeaconry; the Ven. Ernest Onuoha who is the supervising Priest and the Vicar of All Saints Church, Wuse. Others are; The General Secretary of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, The Ven. Dr. Paul Dajur, The Ven. Nnamdi Okpuno, The Ven. Segun Akinola, The Ven. Joshua Lambert, The Rev’d Canon Sadi Danbaba, The Revd. Canon Thomas Chechet, The Revd. James Anene, The Revd. Mishark Dogo, The Revd. Nnaemeka Iriemenam.
The primate confirmed 71 candidates, he also admitted 33 girls into the girl’s guild and 8 women were admitted into the mothers’ union, and 12 into the women’s guild.
Meanwhile, He gave thanks to the Almighty God for preserving and keeping the lives of both individuals and families and above all as a nation, despite all that are happening around the country.
Another Highpoint of the service was the thanksgiving as the service also witnessed the re-dedication of All Saints’ Church guilds of Stewards.
By Orioye Esther