Nsukka, 18 November, 2020 / 10:15 pm (ACI Africa).
After close to three decades of construction, plans are underway for the dedication of St. Theresa Cathedral of Nigeria’s Nsukka Diocese.
The dedication event scheduled for Thursday, November 19 is expected to be presided over by the Diocese’s Bishop Godfrey Onah and attended by Catholic Bishops, Clergy, members of the Laity, including Governors in the country's Southeastern region, politicians and people of other faiths.
The leadership of the Diocese has put measures in place to ensure that those attending the event comply with the laid down COVID-19 protocols, the Vicar General of the Diocese, Fr. Amuluche Nnamani told journalists during the Tuesday, November 17 press conference at the Cathedral.
After dedication, the Cathedral, which is “well equipped with other components for non-liturgical use” will “represent the image of Nsukka," Fr. Amuluche who is also the chaplain of University of Nigeria’s Saint Peter’s Catholic chaplaincy further said.