Christian leaders in Nigeria have sought to clarify their recent dialogue with Presidential candidates in the general elections scheduled for 25 February 2023 saying the initiative was not a “campaign program or endorsement.”
John Cardinal Onaiyekan is concerned about Nigeria’s Federal government’s “apparent inability” to address the challenge of insecurity in the West African nation.
Christian leaders in Nigeria have announced a day of national prayer to “seek divine intervention in the affairs of the country” ahead of general elections in the West African nation scheduled for February 2023.
Christian leaders in Nigeria have called on the Federal government to create a “Presidential Flood Relief Committee” towards the support of victims of destructive floods in various States of the West Africa nation.
Persons behind the “mismanaged” economy of Nigeria are now “using hunger as a weapon” ahead of the the country’s general elections scheduled for February 2023,” Christian leaders in over a dozen States of the West African country have said.
The leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in the country’s Oyo State has cautioned the electorate against voting on the basis of their tribal affiliations.
Christian leaders in Nigeria’s Kaduna State under the auspices of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) are calling on citizens in the West African nation to stand together in the fight against criminality, which they say is “gaining ground every day”.
The murder of Fr. John Mark Cheitnum, a member of the Clergy of Nigeria’s Kafanchan Diocese, reflects “a failed state and also a failed country”, a Catholic Priest has said.
The leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has condemned the failure of the Nigerian authorities to bring religious extremists targeting innocent Christians to book, and prayed for a government that does not treat criminals in the country “with kid gloves”.
Christian leaders in Nigeria have called on the people of God in the West African country to evaluate political candidates in the 2023 general elections so that politicians associated with “any cult”, corruption and any violent religious groups are not elected.
Christian leaders in Nigeria are calling on security agents “to thoroughly investigate” Josiah Peter Asumosa for allegedly locking up dozens of adults and children at the basement of a church reportedly “waiting for the second coming of Jesus Christ”.
Representatives of Christian leaders in Nigeria have expressed their opposition to political parties in the West African nation nominating presidential candidates and their respective running mates from the same religious denomination.
Those behind the Pentecost Sunday massacre of dozens and injuries of many more at St. Francis Xavier Owo Catholic Parish of Ondo Diocese in Nigeria need to be urgently pursued, apprehended, and “dealt with according to the laws of the land”, officials of the Catholic Laity Council (CLC) of Nigeria have said.
The Pentecost Sunday attack on St. Francis Xavier Owo Catholic Parish of Ondo Diocese that left at least 50 people dead was a “satanic” and “raw persecution” of Catholic worshippers, church leaders under the auspices of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) have said.
Members of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Taraba State, have condemned the utterances by a section of Muslim clerics who they say are attempting “to instigate religious unrest”.
The Head of the Methodist Church in Nigeria who had been reportedly kidnapped last Sunday, May 29 has regained freedom hours after officials of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) issued a statement appealing to the country’s President to give “an express order” to security officers to have “clerics and other innocent Nigerians” released immediately.
Christian leaders in Nigeria’s Kaduna State have lamented the disregard for human life characterized by killings that make human life “so cheap” in the West African nation.
Christian leaders in Nigeria have announced three days of national prayer dedicating the West African nation to peace ahead of the country’s 2023 general elections.
Christian leaders in Nigeria’s Kaduna State have expressed disappointment at the way their country’s government seems indifferent to the plight of the victims of the March 28 Abuja-Kaduna train attack.
Christian leaders in Nigeria’s Taraba State have called on the people of God in the region to take a proactive approach on matters pertaining to their security because “security is everybody’s business”.