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Agnes Aineah

Agnes Aineah

Agnes Aineah is a Kenyan journalist with a background in digital and newspaper reporting. She holds a Master of Arts in Digital Journalism from the Aga Khan University, Graduate School of Media and Communications and a Bachelor's Degree in Linguistics, Media and Communications from Kenya's Moi University. Agnes currently serves as a journalist for ACI Africa.

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Rome-Based Development Agency Opens Contest for Storytelling on “beauty” of Africa

Storytellers in Africa have been invited to participate in the 10th edition of "Conveying Africa" contest through which Harambee Africa International (HAI)...

Members of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN). Credit: Nigeria Catholic Network

Catholic Bishops in Nigeria Maintain Opposition to Fiducia Supplicans’ Recommendations

Members of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN) who are meeting for their First 2024 Plenary Assembly have maintained the stance of...

A screen grab of Peter Ebere Cardinal Okpaleke during his address to the Participants of African Digital Faith Influencers Formation. Credit: PACTPAN

Cardinal in Nigeria Urges Participants in Digital Influencers Formation to be Changemakers

Peter Ebere Cardinal Okpaleke has called on members of the African Synodal Digital Youth Influencers  (ASDYFI), who are embarking on a six-month...

Poster announcing the African Digital Faith Influencers Formation certificate program. Credit: PACTPAN

Digital Faith Influencers from 52 African Countries Enrol for Inaugural Formation

All is set for the first cohort of over 100 members of the African Synodal Digital Youth Influencers  (ASDYFI) from 52...

Fr. Peter Hassan, Rector of St. Augustine Major Seminary in Jos, Nigeria. Credit: Fr. Peter Hassan

Nigeria May Have “highest number of Christian martyrs in this century”: Seminary Rector

Should persecution against Christians in Nigeria continue, the West African nation will have the highest number of people killed because...

José Si Esono. Credit: ACN

Inside Plans to Open Beatification Process for Martyred Catechist in Equatorial Guinea

In Equatorial Guinea, the name of José Si Esono is synonymous with the country’s first evangelization.

Sr. Florence Muia, Founder of Upendo Village, an HIV and AIDS project in Kenya. Credit: Sr. Florence Muia

Over 13,000 Reached as Catholic Nuns’ HIV/AIDS Project in Kenya Marks 20th Anniversary

Close to 14,000 people have benefitted from ASN Upendo Village, a HIV and AIDS project started by the Assumption Sisters of Nairobi (ASN)...

Credit: Fr. Samuel Kanta Sakaba, Rector of a Good Shepherd Major Seminary in Kaduna

Formators at Nigerian Seminary Risking their Lives on the Road for Lack of Accommodation

Formators at Good Shepherd Major Seminary of Nigeria’s Catholic Archdiocese of Kaduna are risking their lives every day as they travel to and fro...

Seminarians at Good Shepherd Major Seminary in Nigeria's Kaduna state where four students were kidnapped and one, Michael Nnadi killed. Credit: Good Shepherd Major Seminary Kaduna/ Facebook

Inside the Growing Spirituality of Martyrdom in Nigerian Seminaries and Monasteries

Last year, 2023, was a difficult year for Br. Peter Olarewaju, a postulant at the Benedictine Monastery in Nigeria’s Ilorin Diocese, who...

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How Security Forces’ “cow humanization” Code Led to Massive Christian Deaths in Nigeria

Nigeria security forces responded more swiftly to the killing of cows owned by Muslim jihadists than they did when Christians...

A road leading to Macomia, a district experiencing insurgency in Mozambique's northern province of Cabo Delgado. Credit: Denis Hurley Peace Institute (DHPI)

Military in Mozambique Blocking Civilians “from fleeing” Insurgency: Catholic Peace Entity

Denis Hurley Peace Institute (DHPI), an entity of the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference (SACBC), has appealed to troops fighting insurgents in Northern...

Sr. Orla Treacy, IBVM (front center) along with other pilgrims during the seven-day pilgrimage for peace from Rumbek to Tonj. Credit: Good News Radio/Rumbek Diocese

Pilgrim Shares Moving Encounter with South Sudanese Communities Crying Out for Peace

A woman who knelt by the roadside with her children, praying for peace as pilgrims from South Sudan’s Catholic Diocese of...

Bishop Christian Carlassare with pilgrims who participated in the pilgrimage for peace. Credit: Fr. Luka Dor/Catholic Diocese of Rumbek

South Sudanese Diocese Looking to Have More Community Encounter in 2025 Peace Pilgrimage

The Catholic Diocese of Rumbek in South Sudan has announced its 2025 peace pilgrimage, with the hope that young people set to...

Pilgrims who participated in the pilgrimage for peace. Credit: Fr. Luka Dor/Catholic Diocese of Rumbek

Peace Pilgrimage in South Sudanese Diocese Ends with Launch of Eucharistic Congress

South Sudan’s Catholic Diocese of Rumbek has launched a year-long Diocesan Eucharistic Congress with an invitation to communities in the East-Central African...

Youths from South Sudan's Catholic Diocese of Rumbek on their peace pilgrimage to Tonj. Credit: Good News Radio/Rumbek Diocese

Pilgrimages in South Sudan Providing Fertile Ground for Growth of Religious Vocations

Nine young men discerning to become Priests of South Sudan’s Catholic Diocese of Rumbek are part of the 125-kilometer weeklong pilgrimage that the Diocese...

Youths from South Sudan's Catholic Diocese of Rumbek on their peace pilgrimage to Tonj. Credit: Bishop Christian Carlassare

Youths in South Sudanese Diocese Walking 125Kms in Weeklong Pilgrimage to Preach Peace

Young people from South Sudan’s Catholic Diocese of Rumbek are walking from Rumbek to Tonj, some 125 kilometers, in a seven-day pilgrimage...

A portrait of Fr. Josiah Asa K’Okal during the requiem Mass at Divine Shepherd Cathedral of Tucupita Apostolic Vicariate in Venezuela. Credit: Archdiocese of Caracas via Seed Consolata

Sombre Mood as Kenyan Catholic Priest Who Died in Venezuela is Laid to Rest

A sombre mood engulfed Divine Shepherd Cathedral of Tucupita Apostolic Vicariate in Venezuela where the requiem Mass of Fr. Josiah Asa K’Okal...

Massacre in Plateau Nigeria on 24 December 2023.  Credit: Aid to the Church in Need (ACN)

Amid Persecution, Nigeria’s Christians Rely on Saints for Inspiration, Not State: Priest

Christians in Nigeria can no longer trust their government to protect them against persecution; they are now drawing their inspiration...

Fr. Paul Saa-Dade Ennin, President Conference of Major Superiors of Religious Ghana. Credit: Fr. Dr. Paul Saa-Dade Ennin

“The stakes are high”: Religious Warn Ahead of Ghana’s 2024 Elections, Appeal for Prayers

The 2024 general elections in Ghana will be different from any other polls the country has had in the past,...

Members of the Conference of Major Superiors of Religious – Ghana (CMSR-Gh). Credit: Fr. Dr. Paul Saa-Dade Ennin

Religious in Ghana Launch Crusade against Illegal Gold Mining in Fight for Environment

The Conference of Major Superiors of Religious -Ghana (CMSR-Gh) is rallying for support to end the illegal gold mining also locally referred...