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31 Jan
In life, everyone needs help. There’s no one in existence, who has everything he wants. Even presidents and kings require help to govern well.
24 Jan
Last Sunday, the Lagos Central Diocese of The African Church played host to the Primate of The African Church, His Eminence, Julius Olayinka Abbe. In his New Year Message to the diocese titled: ‘A New Song,’ which text was taken from Psalm 96:1-4; the cleric told the congregation that the greatest task anyone could do…
29 Mar 2020
His Eminence, Julius Olayinka Osayande Abbe was on Sunday, March 22, 2020 installed and enthroned as the 12th Primate of The African Church, in a very colourful service at The African Church Arch Cathedral Bethel, 59 Broad Street, Lagos.
10 Feb 2019
Primate of The African Church, Dr. Emmanuel Josiah Udofia has urged politicians to eschew evil and ensure that the 2019 general elections are conducted peacefully. Fielding questions from journalists during his 60th birthday in Lagos, recently Primate Udofia reminded politicians that there is no other country aside Nigeria, and its peace is the peace of…

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