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Cleric faults government on dissemination of sensitive information

By Charles Ogugbuaja, Owerri   |   16 October 2016   |   1:08 am
Cyril Okorocha

Cyril Okorocha

Kumuyi Urges Caution

Worried by the spate of ills allegedly perpetrated by some persons in leadership positions in the country and church, the Bishop of Anglican Communion of Owerri Diocese, in Imo State, Dr. Cyril Okorocha, has called for a system overhaul, to enable both the governed and faithful have confidence in all spheres. He also urged caution on the management of sensitive information.

Delivering a 97-page ‘Presidential Address,’ at the weekend, during the Synod held at the Cathedral of the Transfiguration of Our Lord (CATOL) with the theme: ‘Building in Time for Eternity or Living With Eternity in View: An Eschatological Message for the Waiting People of God under a deadly siege of Economic and Ideological Enslavement,’ Okorocha bemoaned certain ungodly and unChristian acts by some Christians in the church.

He advised church leaders and followers to note that their actions would affect the future generations unborn.

In another development, the General Overseer/Superintendent of Deeper Life Bible Church, Williams F. Kumuyi, has advised that thorough investigation be conducted on the arrested judges before conclusions are drawn.

He also advised that the nation should remain peaceful, while the matter lasts.

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