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CAN Urges Christians to Persevere in Prayer

The leadership of CAN had declared July 9 to 11 as National Day of prayers and fasting programme against the killings across the country.

CAN Declares Days of Fasting and Praying

CAN declared July 9 to July 11 as the days for Christians in the Nation to seek the face of God in addressing the incessant killings.

CAN Warns Against Killing of Convicted Christians

The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has warned against the killing of five men convicted of culpable homicide by a high court in Yola, the Adamawa State capital.

CAN Condemns JAMB’s Arabic Test

In a statement released on Tuesday in Abuja, the President of CAN said the most appropriate action is to cancel the examination and conduct a fresh one devoid of controversies.

Relocate Embassy To Jerusalem, CAN Urges FG

The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has called on the Federal Government and other countries to relocate their embassies from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

CAN Seeks Christian Unity in Evangelism

President of CAN, Rev. Samson Ayokunle, made this wakeup call through Evang. Oguazi Onyemobi, the national coordinator of the Global Outreach Day Nigeria.

CAN President Warns Against Provocative Teachings

The CAN President explained that provocative preaching could set the nation on fire along religious lines.

CAN Canvasses For Inter-religious Studies

The Federal Government should introduce inter-religious studies at all levels of education to reduce religious violence in the country, the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN. has said.

CAN Urges FG to Overhaul Security Agencies

CAN President, Rev. Samson Ayokunle, has urged the Federal Government to overhaul the security agencies in the country for effective and efficient service delivery.

Buhari to CAN: I”ll Address Lopsidedness in my Appointments

President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday promised the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) that he would address the lopsidedness in federal appointments.