Christian Association of Nigeria
‘No CAN member killed in Zamfara State over alleged blasphemy’
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Northern Chapter, has said that none of its members was among the eight persons killed over an alleged blasphemy at Talata Mafara area of Zamfara State.
CAN youths warn government, urge trial of Christians’ killers
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Youth Wing has urged the Federal Government to arrest and prosecute all those involved in the heinous crimes of attacks against Christians in the country.
Southern CAN defends Ayokunle’s election
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in the 17 southern states, yesterday, defended the election of its new president, Rev. Sampson Ayokunle, insisting there is no crisis in the body.
Christianity and Islam hamper Nigeria’s progress
The more Christianity and Islam gain ground, the more the purveyors gain power and influence. They now control human life in Nigeria from cradle to grave, using the name of God, Bible, Jesus, Qur’an, Prophet Mohammed, salvation, miracle, deliverance, exorcism, and so on.
CAN president charges Osinbajo, Ambode on economic growth
President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Dr. Supo Ayokunle, has charged Christian leaders in public offices, including Vice President, Prof. Yemi Oshibanjo, and Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, to use their offices to refocus the country’s economy for the better.
New CAN president, Ayokunle, takes over
The newly-elected President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Dr. Samson Ayokunle, has urged the Federal Government to take decisive measures against some religious fanatics who are attacking Christians.
Christian body seeks review of nation’s public holidays
Conference of Church Leaders and Ministers Fellowship of Nigeria (CCLMFN) is demanding a review in public holidays in Nigeria to conform to practices in other climes of the world.
CAN in Nassarawa optimistic Buhari will end farmers/herdsmen clash
Masin expressed confidence that Buhari's experience as a former military head of state would go a long way toward encouraging the two groups to embrace peace.
Court grants female muslim students order to wear veil in Osun schools
An Osogbo High Court has granted the prayers of female Muslim students to wear Hijab (veil) in all public primary and secondary schools in Osun.