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Bishop declares doom for Nigeria if Buhari returns to power

Bishop Emmanuel Olisa Chukwuma, the Archbishop of Enugu Ecclesiastical Province, has once again declared doom for Nigeria if President Muhammadu Buhari is allowed to return to office in 2019. Few days back, the bishop said that voting Buhari back into power would be disastrous. Chukwuma, who is also the Bishop of Enugu


Are you a true Anglican? I believe that it is possible that you have not observed that Anglicans don’t wedding during Lenten period. As such, it might be possible that someone could confront you with a question on why the Anglican Church doesn’t do weddings during Lenten period. It will

Meaning Of Ash Wednesday and Why Anglicans Celebrate it

The aim of this article is to explain why the Anglican Church celebrate ash Wednesday. Most times, Pentecostal churches tend to condemn and speak against almost every practice of the Orthodox Church. But I hope this article will be meaningful and in turn convince as many as possible, but for

Church of England Official Resign For Church’s Movement Towards Heresy

A leading Church of England governing body has resigned, citing ‘heresy’ over the Church’s progressive stance on same-sex relationships. Lorna Ashworth, a staunch evangelical, cited a ‘revisionist agenda’ and ‘heretical teaching’ as she announced her resignation over the Church’s increasingly relaxed approach to gay couples. RELATED POST: Anglican Church Sponsors First Same

Forget Contesting for 2019 – Anglican Bishop tells Buhari

The Anglican Bishop of Diocese of Egbu, Owerri North, Imo State, The Right Reverend Geoffrey Okorafor, has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to read the handwriting on the wall, ignore political sycophants and leave office on May 29, 2019. This is coming after analysing the economic, political and social condition of the

Why I won’t be attending Justin Welby’s Anglican summit – Primate Nicholas Okoh

The influential Archbishop of Nigeria is rejecting an invitation to the forthcoming summit of Anglican leaders hosted by the Archbishop of Canterbury in October. Nicholas Okoh rebuked Justin Welby in a letter explaining his refusal to attend, saying he had overseen a 'repeated failure to preserve' conservative teaching on sexuality. Nicholas Okoh