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16 Dec
Church of the Nativity (Anglican Communion), Ikoyi, Lagos, has urged prayers for the nation and giving to the under-privileged in the society at Christmas.
6 May 2021
The saying that “the seed of goodness that a man sows shall continue to bear good fruits even after exiting this world” captured the Episcopal Award of Excellence in Service bestowed, posthumously, on the late Publisher of The Guardian, Sir Alexander Uruemu Ibru.
8 Apr 2021
Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) is to partner critical stakeholders to reposition Paul University, Awka (PUA), Anambra State for human and national development.
22 Nov 2020
The Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, the Most Rev Henry C. Ndukuba has urged Christians to receive the word of God that they are more than conquerors...
22 Nov 2020
In the Church’s Calendar, today, being the Sunday next before Advent, is the last Sunday of the Church’s year. In the Roman Catholic Church (which many Provinces of the Anglican Church also adopt), it is marked as the Feast of Christ the King, also known as “The Reign of Christ.”
22 Dec 2019
Although church chiefs are elders in the Church, they are more importantly, evangelists and servants of the people. And rather than arrogating undue authority to themselves...
20 Nov 2019
For lifelong commitment and outstanding contributions to humanity and the church, the Lagos West Diocese of the Anglican Communion has honoured 11 notable Nigerians who have distinguished...
26 Sep 2019
The Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) has elected a new primate to steer its affairs for the next 10 years. He is Most Reverend Henry Chukwudum Ndukuba, who emerged during the Episcopal Synod held at the Cathedral Church of St. Peter’s Anglican Church, Asaba, Delta State, as its fifth Primate.
22 Mar 2019
As part of its efforts to help eradicate drug abuse among Nigerian youths, a private sector organisation, SILEC Initiatives, has teamed up...
9 Dec 2018
The Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Diocese of Western Izon, Delta State, has charged Independent National Electoral Commission...
16 Sep 2018
As Christians continue to look forward to the Second Coming of Christ, they have been advised to immerse themselves in the knowledge of God, so that they may become vessels...
28 May 2018
The Bishop of the Diocese of Lagos West, Anglican Communion, Rt. Revd. James Olusola Odedeji, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to decisively tackle the killings in the country. During the dedication of a new church building, Our Saviour’s Anglican Church, Egbe Archdeaconry headquarters yesterday in Lagos, the cleric maintained that the primary assignment of…

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As President Muhammadu Buhari and stakeholders in the nation’s power sector deliberate on what becomes of electricity with the current administration winding down, attacks on gas pipelines are becoming a new normal leading to shutdown of power plants.
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The financial stress index continues to rise just as other key market indicators suggest an extremely fragile growth, data monitored by The Guardian and economists have suggested.
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Hundreds of residents are fleeing Damari community in Birnin Gwari Local Council of Kaduna State, as bandits moving on motorcycles invaded the villages yesterday
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Real estate operatives have expressed worries over the proposed fuel subsidy removal, saying, if put into practice it, will affect the construction and delivery of housing in the country.
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The other day, Alhaji Salihu Abubakar Tanko-Yakasai (95) lamented that no nation spending 80 per cent of its revenue on governance would ever develop. He said “at the moment in Nigeria, 80 per cent of Nigeria’s revenue is expended on bureaucracy, spent on running the administration.