Wednesday, October 24, 2018

St. Peter’s Ang. Church, Irete gives free Medi care to members



Cross section of the people. 


The members of St. Peter’s Ang. Church, Irete Area were all joyful as they participated in a one day medical outreach organized by the Church for her members and others on Sunday 21st, October, 2018.

Friday, September 14, 2018

Church is not a business - It’s a family By Mark Wood



Mike Pilavachi is between Soul Survivor weeks. The youth-oriented holiday conferences - due to come to a natural conclusion next year - have had a huge impact on British Christianity over the 25 years they've been running, and this year is no exception. After two weeks, one in Kinross and one in Stafford, he says: 'So far it's been wonderful. Over 480 young people have given their lives to Jesus and we've had great feedback - there's .been a real sense of community, a real sense of family.'

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Our ministers and ministerial fruitfulness





By Rev. Innocent Osuoha

Religiously speaking a Minister is an ordained individual fully trained and prepared to perform functions such as teach beliefs, lead services in weddings, baptisms or funerals. He also provides spiritual guidance for the congregation.

Monday, September 10, 2018

Knights’ conference LOC inaugurated




The Local Organizing Committee, (L.O.C) for the 2018 Delegates Conference of the National Joint Council of Knights, (JCK) Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, has been inaugurated, with Sir Levi Oguike as its Chairman, while Sir Soronnadi Unegbu serves as the Secretary.

Beware of fake men of God - Bishop Maduwike



Beware of fake men of God - Bishop Maduwike tells the faithful * Cautions against Operation Python Dance 3

Saturday, February 17, 2018

The flaw with elections





The choice of the next true leaders of the country will be a formidable task indeed. This is so because any mistake about it will spell doom for the Nigerian state and its entire people. It will affect our future and can stunt our growth in the long term. 

Anyaoku recommends Ekwueme’s style of politics in 2019





Former Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, Emeka Anyaoku, has advised aspirants in the 2019 elections and political parties to sustain Ekwueme's legacy for a better democracy.

OUR BATTLE IS AGAINST SATAN - Knights’ President








Sir Gab Oduah, President of the Council of Knights of St. Christopher, Owerri Diocese, has reminded his colleagues that they were called to do battle against the devil.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Celebrating Valentine’s Day on Ash Wednesday: Christ’s love made manifest By Rev. Fr. George Nwachukwu PhD





In the gospel of St. John we read, "Greater love has no one than this, that he lays down his life for his friends (John 15:13). In verse 12 Jesus said, "This is my commandment, that you love one another as I loved you. Given this mandate, the entire human race joyfully celebrates what I may describe as Ash - Valentine day. On this day we venerate St. Valentine who reigns as the patron of true and happy marriage. 

We have no role in selection of Bishops - Knights




Knights and Ladies of St. Christopher in the Anglican Diocese of Owerri have dissociated themselves from what they described as very embarrassing, misleading and misguided comments made by some contributors to an Igbo Current Affairs Programme of an Owerri-based FM Station last Monday to the effect that the Owerri Council of Knights was in disagreement with the Bishop, Rt. Rev. Cyril C. Okorocha PhD over the selection of a new Bishop for the Diocese.

WE WON’T ACCEPT AMNESTY FOR CULTISTS - Awara people




The people of Awara in Ohaji/Egbema LGA of Imo State, have rejected the amnesty given to some suspected cultists who were said to have surrendered their weapons recently to the Imo State Government.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Bishop Okorocha harps on holiness as Knights end chapter meeting






Knights in the Anglican Diocese of Owerri have ended their 2018 Annual Council Meeting with a thanksgiving service at the Cathedral Church of the Transfiguration of Our Lord (CATOL) where the Bishop of the Diocese Rt. Rev. Cyril C. Okorocha, PhD declared that “true religion is holiness”.

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Herdsmen as masquerades





On the surface, militant killers in northern Nigeria have never been given their true names. Nigerians have always suspected, but are afraid to say that they are given false names to cover their true criminal selves and intentions. 

Synod revisits plans to reunite CoE and Methodist Church





A debate on a report containing proposals for the coming together of the Church of England and the Methodist Church will take place during this month's meeting of the General Synod.

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Community outlaws funerals for dead cultists




Community leaders in Obosi, Anambra State has outlawed funerals and elaborate ceremonies at the burial of members of the community who died in the course of committing crime.

Bishop backs Obasanjo ... Says I told Buhari not run for 2015






Anglican prelate and Bishop of Egbu Diocese, the Rt. Rev. Geoffrey Enyinnaya Okorafor, has advised President Muhammadu Buhari never to pay heed to those calling on him to seek re-election in the forth-coming 2019 general election.

Imo guber: Contenders scramble for LG endorsements




The battle on who takes over from Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, has taken a new dimension with front runners for the seat in the Rescue Mission camp, the Deputy Governor, Prince Eze Madumere and Chief of Staff, Government House, Owerri, Uche Nwosu adopting new strategies to gain the upper hand, according to reports.

Friday, February 2, 2018

No way for fake rescuers in 2019 - Former AG tells Imo voters



Former Attorney-General and commissioner for Justice in Imo State, Barr. Donald C. DeNwigwe (SAN), has warned the people of Imo State to be wary of those he described as tricksters and con men who would masquerade as rescuers in the forth-coming 2019 general elections in order to earn their votes.

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Give Imo more taxis, buses




The availability of cars and buses for transporting members of the public is still very poor. This should have been envisaged before tricycles were ordered off the roads towards the end of last year. 

COREN RAISES FRESH ALARM OVER IMO FLYOVERS




The Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN), has again raised concern over the construction of bridges built by the Imo State government without plan and input from professional engineers.

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Charly Boy plans good governance lecture in Imo State




Ahead of the 2019 general elections, a notable activist and National leader of “Our Mumudondo Movement” Mr Charles Oputa, will deliver a lecture aimed at educating and sensitizing the people on the importance of good governance.

ANGLICAN BISHOPS REJECT CATTLE COLONIES ... Endorse ranching





Anglican bishops have expressed strong belief that the permanent solution to the killings by herdsmen lies in the establishment of ranches in line with world best practices.

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Nigeria ‘reaching a boiling point’ - Amnesty International





Amnesty International has warned the Nigerian government to be proactive in addressing the clashes between herdsmen and farmers to prevent the breakdown of law and order.

2019: Imo youths shall battle with their fathers By Protus Nathan Uzoma








I write this piece today in order to consolidate my conviction on my commitment to emancipate the Imo youths from the political mire of politico-economic slavery and servitude occasioned by the greedy nature of the political class (our fathers) who have always referred to the youths of this country and Imo state in particular as leaders of tomorrow. 

Alcohol and nutrition





The next time you reach for a cocktail before your meal, consider if it's worth the weight that you could be gaining from it. Research has shown a 20% increase in calories consumed at a meal when alcohol was consumed before the meal.

Bishop challenges colleagues ... Be trustworthy read-just your vision





Anglican Bishops in Nigeria ended their retreat recently at the Ibru Centre, Agbarha-Otor, Delta State, where they were challenged to be trustworthy and to readjust their vision and style to reflect authority from God.

WHEN YOU ARE IN CHURCH TO COLLECT CURSES - Primate





Primate of All Nigeria, the Most Rev. Nicholas D. Okoh, has warned that Christians who try to double cross God by stealing church money, telling lies and doing things with church projects, believing they have arrived, are in for trouble. 

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Tension in Imo APC ... As rival camps battle for control





Wrangling in Imo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has become more intensified as the party's congress approaches.