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Roman Catholics Protest Killings Of Priests

Roman Catholics in seven states yesterday staged peaceful protests against the continued killings of innocent souls by herdsmen.

Onaiyekan Kicks Against Media Clamp Down

The Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Abuja, His Grace, John Cardinal Onaiyekan, has kicked against any clamp down on the media by the government ahead of the 2019 elections.

Onaiyekan Advocates For Youth in Leadership

The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, John Cardinal Onaiyekan, says it is worrisome that the older generation is refusing to leave the scene for the younger generation.

Nigeria in Need of True Leadership, says Onaiyekan

Onaiyekan, on Sunday lamented the present state of the country, saying the nation was going through a period of political emergency and hence in urgent need of true leadership.

Onaiyekan Expresses Worry Over Herdsmen Killings

Archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Abuja, Cardinal Onaiyekan, has expressed worries over the recent killing in Benue State by the Fulani herdsmen.

Onaiyekan Calls on Christians to Work Hard

Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, John Cardinal Onaiyekan, has called on all Christians to work hard for a better society where truth, justice and equality would prevail.

Italian Priest Kidnapped in Edo State

An Italian priest has been kidnapped at gunpoint in Edo State Nigeria, where he has been working for three years, Italian news reports.

John Onaiyekan Seeks Renegotiation of Nigeria’s Unity

The Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, John Onaiyekan at the 18th annual lecture of the Catholic Brothers United, called for a renegotiation of Nigeria’s unity.

No Victor Between Christians and Muslims in Religious War – Onaiyekan

The Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, Cardinal Onaiyekan has said there would be no victor between Christians and Muslims if religious war breaks in Nigeria.

IPOB Proscription: Onaiyekan Frowns at FG

Onaiyekan wondered the impunity with which the government ignored “armed, lethal, murderous and vicious” Fulani herdsmen to label IPOB as terrorists.