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Bishop Oparah plants three new churches in Ogbaku

By Chukwudi Ikpe The Anglican Bishop of Owerri, Rt. Rev. Chukwuma Oparah, Ph.D JP has planted and named three new churches at Ogbaku in Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo State. The new churches are King of Kings Anglican Church, Obibi Ogbaku, Our Saviour’s Anglican Church Ogbaku and Anglican Church of the Advent Amaegbu Ogbaku […]

Fraudsters invade Church land … Claim to be govt agents

By Chukwudi Ikpe The authorities of St. Cyprian’s Anglican Church, Federal Housing Estate Trans-Egbu, Owerri Imo State, have raised alarm over attempt by suspected fraudsters to take over its land. The Vicar of the church, Rev. Canon Chinemerem Uche, who spoke to Christian Voice on the issue, said that the land, which is located at […]

Why Araraume picked running mate from Mbaise

The governorship flag bearer of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Imo State, Senator Ifeanyi Araraume, has picked a former governorship aspirant, Steve Nwoga, as his running mate. Nwoga, one of the 13 governorship aspirants who took part in the governorship primaries of the party, is from Ahiazu Mbaise, which is in Owerri zone, […]

Politicians can’t solve nation’s problems … Christians can, says varsity don

An Anglican cleric and university professor, the Ven. Professor Pic Onwochie, has said that the solution to the problems of Nigeria is not in the hands of politicians because they are as confused as any other person. He said the solutions to Nigeria’s problems lie in the hands of Christians who, he said, should not […]

Tension mounts in Ngor Okpala … As armed herdsmen invade farmlands, threaten mayhem. Police boss moves to avert danger

The police in Imo are working hard to douse tension in Ngor-Okpala Local Government Area of the State following the invasion of farmlands in the  area by armed herdsmen. The state’s commissioner of police, Mr. Chris Ezike, according to reports, has held meetings with seven traditional rulers in the  area as well as the leaders […]

Osinbajo blasts Apostles of hatred

Nigeria’s Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has blamed bad religious doctrines for increased terrorism, violence and armed conflicts around the world. The Vice President made the observation at a meeting on Wednesday with 200 world religious leaders in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital. He advised the clerics to do all within their power to disqualify all apostles of […]

Food & Nutrition surprising, delicious foods that boost brain power

You may choose certain foods to prevent bloating, avoid inflammation, and get glowing skin—but what about boosting your brain power every time you fill your plate? The relationship between diet and brain health—from how to sharpen your mind and memory to starting Alzheimer’s prevention super early—has been getting lots of attention lately, and Rebecca Katz, […]

Where are the public intellectuals?

By Reuben Abati Something sad has happened and is happening, and is getting worse in our society: the decline of public intellectualism. And so I ask, where are the public intellectuals? Once upon a time in this country, the public arena was dominated by a ferment of ideas; ideas that pushed boundaries, destroyed illusions, questioned […]

16 states in US reject Syrian refugees …Aftermath of Paris attack

In light of the atrocious terrorist attacks committed by ISIS in Paris, France, there are a growing number of states that are rejecting relocation of refugees. Gov. Rick Snyder of Michigan suspended relocation efforts over the weekend. Gov. Bobby Jindal followed suit, even though a few batches of refugees have already arrived in the Bayou […]

Clinton wobbles at debate

By Oliver Knox Hillary Clinton came to Saturday’s debate eager to showcase her confident command of foreign policy and to deliver a former secretary of state’s master class on world affairs — a day after the massacres in Paris reminded voters that the race to be president is also a contest to be commander in […]

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