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Anglican Communion Appoints New Rector

The Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, has appointed Dr. Princewill Ireoba as the new Rector of Ibru International Ecumenical Centre, Agbarha-Otor, Delta State.

Lagos CAN Reelects EXCOs

Lagos CAN on Wednesday reelected its Executive Committee Members (EXCOs) comprising chairman and secretary, for another three years.

Pastor Akinyemi Tasks Nigerians on Nation Building

Pastor Akinyemi said all Nigerians, not just politicians, need to be accountable, to rid the society of corrupt tendencies.

Okoh Urges Nigerians to Keep Hope Alive

Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, the Primate, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, has called on Nigerians to keep hope alive in the country and her leaders as a better future awaits.

Mbaka Vows to Support Youths in Politics

Roman Catholic Priest and spiritual director of Adoration Ministry, Enugu, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has vowed to support youths who seek leadership positions in the nation.

Life Getting Harder for Nigerians under Buhari – Okogie

Former President of CAN, Cardinal Okogie, has asked the administration of President Buhari why life is becoming harder for Nigerians after the promised change.

CAN President Urges FG to Address Challenges

The Christian Association Nigeria, CAN, on Monday urged the Federal Government, FG, to formulate policies that would help to address the challenges facing the masses in the country.

NCPC Boss: Nigeria Bereft of True Leadership

According to the NCPC boss, in developed countries, leaders and rich men sponsor the less privileged to holy land for pilgrimage.

CAN Commends Fayose’s Courage

Christian Association of Nigeria has commended the boldness with which Ayodele Fayose, openly declared his intention for the 2019 presidential election.

Group to Leaders: Imitate Christ in Your Service

The training organised by the in Nigeria, mentored CEOs of companies, church leaders, senior executives, civil servants and student leaders, among others.