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Delegations of Catholic Bishops from the Ibadan and Lagos Ecclesiastical Provinces during a solidarity visit to Nigeria’s Ondo Diocese following Church massacre. Credit: Ondo Diocese

Catholic Bishops in Nigeria Pay Solidarity Visit to Ondo Diocese after Church Massacre

Jun 10, 2022

Delegations of Catholic Bishops from the Ibadan and Lagos Ecclesiastical Provinces have paid a solidarity visit to Nigeria’s Ondo Diocese following the massacre of dozens of Catholic worshippers at St. Francis Xavier Owo Parish.

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Bishops of Nigeria’s Ibadan Province Urge Government “not to see criticism as crime”

Jul 22, 2021

Catholic Bishops of Nigeria’s Ibadan Ecclesiastical Province have come to the defense of the Local Ordinary of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah , whose recent address to the U.S Congress triggered harsh criticism from the Presidency of the West African nation.

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“Our country seems to have lost its very soul”: Bishops of Nigeria’s Ibadan Province

Jul 22, 2021

The Catholic Bishops of Nigeria’s Ibadan Ecclesiastical Province have, in a collective statement, bemoaned the multiple crises in the West African nation saying the country “seems to have lost its very soul.”

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Allow Our Medical Experts to Test COVID-19 Vaccines Coming in, Prelates in Nigeria

Jan 28, 2021

Catholic Bishops in Nigeria’s Ibadan Ecclesiastical Province have asked that medical experts in the West African country be allowed to subject COVID-19 vaccines coming into the country to independent tests to allay fears among the public about the safety of the coronavirus jab.

Bishops of Ibadan Ecclesiastical Province after their July 13 to14 meeting held at Nigeria’s M&M centre, Ilorin, Kwara State. / Catholic Diocese of Oyo, Nigeria.

Nigeria’s Challenges “seem to be hydra-headed monsters”: Ibadan Province Bishops

Jul 15, 2020

Bishops in Nigeria’s Ibadan Ecclesiastical Province have expressed their concerns about the failure to deal with the challenges that have bedeviled their country over years including those related to insecurity, describing the challenges as “hydra-headed monsters, reappearing as often as they seem subdued.”