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Julius Oludotun Ogunseye

9 May 2021
The Archbishop of the African Church, Lagos Province, Most Reverend Julius Oludotun Ogunseye has called on federal and state governments to make concerted efforts at tackling the seemingly intractable problems of insecurity in the country.
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The season of Lent, the forty days before Easter, commemorates the 40 days Jesus spent praying in the Judaean desert after being baptised by John the Baptist, before His public ministry
4 May 2019
TO bring reprieve to Nigerian workers and end speculations on the new minimum wage, the African Church has charged the federal and state governments to immediately effect the payment of N30, 000 as at when due. The Archbishop of Lagos Province, Most Rev. Julius Oludotun Ogunseye, who made the call yesterday at a press briefing…

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