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Anglican appoints two Nigerian clerics into House of Bishops

By Tunji Omofoye, Osogbo
30 August 2019   |   2:59 am
Two Nigerian clerics, Archbishop Akinbode Oke and Bishop Seun Adeoye, have been appointed as members of the House of Bishops, the highest decision body of the Worldwide Anglican Church (WAC).

Two Nigerian clerics, Archbishop Akinbode Oke and Bishop Seun Adeoye, have been appointed as members of the House of Bishops, the highest decision body of the Worldwide Anglican Church (WAC).

According to a statement by Bishop Adeoye in Osogbo yesterday, the announcement for the appointment was made in Uganda by the Presiding Patriarch of WAC, Archbishop Lwanga C. Tusubira, in a message to all members of the church across the world.

Oke and Adeoye are the first set of Nigerians to have occupied such a high position in the church and they are expected to join 13 other clergies across the world in taking vital decisions in the running of the affairs of WAC.