Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Saboteurs frustrating Owerri zone aspiration exposed - Group claims

Days after the Coalition for Owerri Reawakening resolved to work towards an indigene of Owerri zone becoming the next Imo State governor in 2019, groups likely to truncate this move have begun to rear their heads.

Randy pastor dies in hotel room

A Pentecostal Church pastor (name) withheld) was reportedly found dead during an alleged sex romp with a 10-year-old-girl in a hotel in Kwale, Ndokwa West Local Government Area of Delta State.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Northern Christians call for assistance from Southerners ... As they face more persecution

The congregation of Emmanuel Anglican Church, Achara Layout Enugu stood still in apprehension when a woman from Plateau State appeared at their Annual general harvest recently and broke down in tears.

Monday, November 27, 2017

Nigerians mourn slain British missionary

Residents of an isolated Nigerian village are mourning the death of a British missionary who died after being kidnapped by vigilantes.

Sale of adulterated fuel

Fuel (especially Premium Motor Spirit PMS) dealers will argue that they (illicitly) adulterate petroleum products, avoiding being caught, to cover cost, make profit and remain in business. If they don't, the whole downstream oil business will go to blazes. Along with it will go the entire motoring sector. They won't be converted about this wrong-doing. They will fight tooth and nail to remain in business.

Saturday, November 25, 2017

Community leader warns youths against thuggery

A Community leader and the interim President General of Owerri Communities Assembly, Chief (Dr) Christian Oweaya Anukam (Agbawo-Dike-Izu) has called on youths to shun all forms of election malpractices including thuggery which are likely to ruin their future if they do otherwise.

Bishop raises hope for Nigerians ... As Ikeduru women’s confab ends

Bishop Emmanuel Maduwike of the Anglican Diocese of Ikeduru has counseled Nigerians not to despair over the present economic hardship ravaging the country, which, he blamed on the ruling class.

Friday, November 24, 2017

Global village now global disaster - Bishop’s wife

Wife of the Anglican Bishop of Ikeduru, Mrs Anuli Maduwike (JP), is worried that the world as a global village, is fast being turned into a “global disaster”.

Cry out against injustice, bad leadership - Bishop urges women

Nigerian women have been asked to cry out against injustice and bad leadership experienced in many parts of this country, especially in the Eastern states.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Your lifestyle tells your kind of Christian - Mama Owerre

The wife of the Anglican Bishop of Owerri, Dr. (Mrs) Eunice Okorocha, has expressed worry that many Christians who claim to be born again today do not show it in their lifestyles.

Where are the jobs? - Bishop asks Gov. Okorocha

Governor of Imo State, Owelle Rochas Okorocha, has been urged to fulfil his election promise of establishing industries and factories in the state to check youth unemployment.

Impunity in polity, a growing concern. By Ita Offiong

Recently, the famous human rights activist and the Lagos based lawyer, Mr. Femi Falana SAN had cause to draw the attention of the Federal Government to what he described as a worst case of impunity in PMB'S government. The word 'impunity' may be variously described to mean actions by those in authority that do not have regard for the rule of law where such leaders also play God in the way they talk and act.

Monday, November 20, 2017

What do Nigerian leaders do after leaving office? By Prince Charles Dickson

In the United States, there are three ways a president can leave office mid-term: death, resignation or impeachment. In Nigeria, there have been several impeachments especially legislative heads, and a few conspired impeachments of governors, only a handful can be recalled to honestly resign and that is rare, really it is forced resignation.

Move to Avu in Dec or... - Gov Okorocha tells traders in New Market

Old market demolition, the fate that may befall New Market. 

The President of New Market Traders Association, Owerri Imo State, Chief Kingsley Anyalewechi, has confirmed that the state government has given the traders till December, this year, to move to their new site at Avu owerri West LGA.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Buhari asked to ignore sycophant

Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Egbu, Rt. Rev. Geoffrey Enyinnaya Okorafor, has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to ignore sychophants and leave office in May 29, 2019. 

Friday, November 17, 2017

Ideato ACMF rounds off conference

The Anglican Christian Men's Fellowship (ACMF) of the Ideato Diocese has ended its 2017 annual conference where men were advised to be good husbands to their wives.

JCK’s stand on Knights’ investiture gets Bishops’ nod

The House of Bishops, Owerri Ecclesiastical Province, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, has unanimously endorsed the decision taken by the National Joint Council of Knights (JCK), to suspend any Council whose Bishop invests more than 30 Knights at a time, within a period of three years or 10 Knights per year.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Bishop inaugurates Umunjam Archdeaconry

The Anglican Diocese of Owerri has created the Umunjam Mbieri Archdeaconry, bringing to 19 the total number of archdeaconries in the diocese.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Christianity dying in UK. Analysis by Phil Zuckerman

I knew Christianity that had been on the ropes in Britain for some time. But I didn't know that it was so close to being knocked out.

Wake up ... Stop chasing after signs and wonders, - top cleric tells Christians

Former Minister of Power, Ven. (Prof.) Chinedu Nebo, has lambasted some Christians who have lost sight of the main gospel of Jesus Christ while chasing after fake signs and wonders.

Friday, November 3, 2017

Liberalize the transport sector still

The imminent replacement of keke NAPEP with government-owned cars will transform dangerously the public transportation sector into an un-viable government monopoly in Imo state. 

Bishop makes case for old Christians

Bishop Cyril C. Okorocha PhD of the Anglican Diocese of Owerri, has emphasized the need to care for old Christians in the Church and the society at large.