There’s still hope for Nigeria, if we seek the Lord, says Ndukuba
Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Archbishop Henry Ndukuba, has called on Nigerians not to lose hope but to pray for the country, especially as the country marks 60 years.
Ortom, Ndukuba score political leadership low
Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, has said that political leaders have completely failed Nigerians after 60 years of independence from colonialists. At an inter-denominational service organised by Christian Association of Nigeria
Ndukuba urges church to build on Jesus Christ as diocese ends synod
The Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Rev Henry Ndukuba has called on members of the church to see God as the ultimate builder of everything, regardless of their personal roles in the establishment/growth of the church and humanity.
Anglican primate Akinola seeks support for Ndukuba at Synod
The first and longest served Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Abuja (1989 – 2010) and a retired Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Most Rev. Peter Akinola has called on the clergy and laity of the Diocese of Abuja to support the incumbent Bishop of Abuja
Ndukuba admonishes fathers to emulate God
Primate of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Rev Henry Ndukuba, has urged Christian fathers to emulate God, the Father, Who is the perfect example of Fatherhood.
Cleric blames Nigeria’s woes on political leadership, seeks true federalism
Primate of All Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Most Reverend Henry Ndukuba, has blamed Nigeria’s intractable problems on failure and insincerity of the political class to thoroughly deal with the issues.
Ndukuba counsels on sacredness of Christ’s body
The Primate of Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Most Revd. Henry Ndukuba, has admonished members of the church not to treat the Lord’s table with levity.
Ndukuba takes office as fifth Anglican primate, urges more COVID-19 isolation centres
The Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) has enthroned Most Reverend Henry Ndukuba as the fifth primate of the church.In the meantime, the cleric has commended the federal and state governments for the steps taken so far to contain the Coronavirus pandemic, urging the President Muhammadu Buhari ...