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New York police launch man hunt for killers of Nigerian uber driver

A 27-year-old Uber driver was fatally stabbed in the Bronx penultimate Saturday night and he has now been identified as a Nigerian. Ganiyu Gandonu, 27, from Ogun State, was found shortly after 9 pm inside his Toyota Camry along the Hutchinson River Parkway East in Baychester, New York City, cops said. He was bleeding from […]

Chief kills fellow lodger to offset own bills

The police in Lagos have arrested Chef Joshua, for allegedly killing a female lawyer, Feyitayo, 34, inside a hotel at Opebi, Ikeja. The suspect 21, was said to have been arrested on February 28, 2019,at his hideout in Victoria Island, a month after he committed the alleged offence. According to a statement released Monday evening […]

HIV patient cured after successful treatment

By Franceseca  Donovan A patient appears to have been cured of infection with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. It’s been nearly 12 years to the day since the only other patient in history was cured of HIV, a feat scientists have been trying to replicate for over a decade since in the battle to […]

Anglican Junior Seminary sports contest kicks off March 5 at Inyishi

By Nick Chibunna The 2019 biennial sports competition of the all Anglican Junior Seminaries, East of the Niger, kicks off Tuesday, March 5 at Dora Chinyere Nwankiti Junior Seminary (DCNJ), Inyishi, in the Ikeduru Local Government Area of Imo State. The event tagged, “INYISHI 2019”, features match past, football, relay race, long jump, high jump, […]

Who are the Apostles in the Bible and why are they important?

By Jennifer Heeren The word apostle means one who is sent out. Jesus, himself, was the very first apostle. Hebrews 3:1 says that he was declared to be Apostle and High Priest. He was sent out by the Father to bring mankind hope. An apostle is a disciple of Jesus Christ that was specifically called […]

Fire in Burundi: Archbishop appeals for traders

The Primate of Burundi, Archbishop Martin Nyaboho, has joined local civic leaders in appealing for support after the main market in Matana was burned down. The Natana Commune, in the southern Burundian province of Bururi, is considered the birthplace of Anglicanism in the country. Archbishop Martin visited the scene of the fire with local diocesan […]

Vandals steal mummified head from Dublin Church

Thieves have stolen the head from an 800-year-old mummified body, known as “The Crusader” from the crypt of a church in the Irish capital Dublin. The vandals responsible also damaged other human remains in the attack on St Michan’s Church in Church Street, Dublin. The church is a popular tourist destination attracting visitors who come […]

Anglicans walking together in Holy Land

Anglicans from around the Communion took part in a 12-day pilgrimage to the Holy Land in June 2017, with the theme of “walking together”. Five primates as well as the Anglican Communion Secretary General, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, accompanied the pilgrims. Among the highlights of the tour were visits to Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Capernaum and the […]

Retreat for staff of Bishop’s Office, Women Ministries ends

By Emma Onumah A one-day Retreat for all staff of the Bishop’s office and the Women Ministries, Anglican Diocese of Owerri, with the theme: “God First” has been held at the Hall of Parise, Cathedral Church of the Transfiguration of Our Lord (CATOL), Owerri. Speaking at the first session of the Retreat, the Priest in […]

Araraume is best next alternative – Duruji

All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) governorship hopeful in the rescheduled governorship and state Assemble elections in Imo State, Senator Godwin Ifeanyi Araraume, has been described as the best next alternative and a true deliverer on a divine mission to save the people of Imo State from the hands of Oppressors. Hon. John Duruji, former Special […]