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Man Jailed for Robbing ECWA Church

A man identified as Lateef Mojeed, 26, has been sentenced to three months in prison for stealing a generator alternator from ECWA Church premises in Ibadan.

ECWA Donates Food Items to Muslim Community

In his sermon, the ECWA cleric admonished the people to learn to show love by assisting the needy around them.

Leah Sharibu Deserves Nobel Prize – ECWA

President of Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) Rev. Stephen Baba has said the abducted school girl Leah Sharibu deserves a Nobel Prize.

ECWA Expresses Worry Over Christian Persecution

The new ECWA leader regretted that the activities of Boko Haram and Fulani herdsmen have swelled the ranks of widows and orphans in many churches.

Buhari, Others Mourn CAN Secretary, Musa Asake

President Muhammadu Buhari and speaker Yakubu Dogara led the mourning for Rev. Musa Asake, the General Secretary of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) who died Friday.

Northern Christian Elders Disown Arewa Pastors

The Northern Christian Elders Forum at the weekend disowned the Arewa Pastors of Non-denominational Initiative for Peace in Nigeria whose controversial visit to the presidency has unsettled the Nigerian Christians.

Fire Destroys ECWA Church Complex in Gusau

A fire out break has destroyed the First ECWA Church Complex in Gusau, Zamfara state, the Associate Pastor of the Church Mr Micah Liti confirmed.

Newly Ordained ECWA Pastor Killed in Bauchi

Rev. Isah Nanaf, the newly ordained pastor of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA), Toro District Church Council, has been killed by assassins in Toro village near Jos.

Kaduna Muslims in Celebrate Christmas with Christians

A group of Shia Muslims on Christmas day visited a series of Churches in Kaduna, Nigeria, to celebrate the day with Christians.

Northern Christians Denied Admissions, Jobs – ECWA

The Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA), has alleged that Christians in the North are being denied admissions into higher institutions and also denied jobs on account of their religion.