Anthony Cardinal Okogie
Falana, Sanwo-Olu, others advocate peace at Okogie lecture
The Lay Apostolate Centre of the Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos, last Thursday, organised the 12th edition of the Anthony Cardinal Okogie Foundation Annual Lecture, themed: “Security of life and property: A prerequisite for peaceful coexistence – the roles of the State and the church.” The event, which held in Lagos, had in attendance human rights…
Nigeria is under attack
On a Monday in September 2015, former finance minister, Chief Olu Falae was on his farm in Ilado near Akure when some armed men came looking for him.
‘We need to build a nation we can call our own’
Archbishop Alfred Adewale Martins, born on June 1, 1959, was the choice of the Pope Benedict XVI as the Catholic Archbishop of Lagos and consecrated on July 5 to replace His Eminence, Anthony Cardinal Okogie, who retired on attainment of the age of 75. Martins spoke to FUNSHO AKINWALE on his 60th birthday celebration, state of…
Catholic Church doubts credibility of upcoming polls
Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos has expressed doubt over the credibility of the upcoming general elections.
The kind of leaders Nigeria needs, by Okogie
Archbishop Emeritus of Lagos, Anthony Cardinal Okogie, has blamed poor leadership skills as the reason why Nigeria still remains impoverished.
A nation without leaders
When a nation is in turmoil, those who have faith in God must pray. Given clear indices that Nigeria is in turmoil, we pray: Gracious God, grant that our leaders become wise, and the wise become our leaders.
Ahiara Catholic diocese: ‘Nobody can twist God’s hands’
You said the face-off has refused to go away. My question is: who caused the problem? The person who caused the problem should also resolve it, so that there will be peace in the diocese.
We live in clear and present danger
Does the life of the Nigerian have any value? If it does, can it be truly said that Nigerians appreciate the value of life? The questions are meant for all of us.
Let there be peace in Kaduna
The tragedy of Yakowa’s sudden death is amplified by refusal and failure on the path of political office holders—in Nigeria in general and in Kaduna State in particular—to continue his laudable legacy.
News recap: Buhari's extended leave, Fayose's ambition and the prices of food
First thing first: let me remind you readers that President Buhari is yet to return to the country. But a coterie of people in power - read Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Senate President Bukola Saraki and Speaker Yakubu Dogara - have told us that Baba is fine and dandy. Let's not forget those pictures of him with two APC leaders released during the week.