Today's Headlines: Gunmen Raze Another Station In Imo, Kanu's Order Halts Daily Activities In Anambra
Insecurity: Declare State Of Emergency, Catholic Archbishop Tells FG Photo credit: Independent Newspaper His Grace, Alfred Adewale Martins, Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, has called upon the federal government to declare a state of emergency as part of practical steps in dealing with the rising insecurity across the country.
Today's Headlines:Igbos Should Produce Next President-Adewale, El-Rufai Speaks On Religious Violence
Photo Credit: Google Igbos Should Produce Next President-Adewale Photo Credit: Daily Post Nigeria The Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, Most Rev. Alfred Adewale-Martins says the South-East should produce President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor in 2023. The cleric spoke at the weekend during the 2021 Catholic Women Organisation of Nigeria (CWON) meeting in Lagos.
The latest thorn in the flesh of Christians and churches so far has been the newly assented CAMA law, enacted by the Legislature and assented to by the president. The controversy currently generated by the newly amended Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA), has threatened to put the nations religious bodies and the government into a frenzy. But sadly, the fight to have such a law abated is proving a Herculean task for religious leaders of both Christians and Muslims bodies. Signed into law on August 7, 2020,
The Archbishop of Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos, Alfred Adewale Martins, in his New Year message call on the Federal Government to look in to the security challenges facing the country which also include kidnapping, killings and banditry activities. He also admonished the state and local governments in carrying out their responsibilities without playing politics in it. The cleric quoted poverty, economic recessing and health challenges imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic as issues also affecting the nation. He
Image Source :Independent.ng Archbishop of Lagos Catholic Archdiocese Most Reverend Dr. Alfred Adewale Martins has called on government to dialogue with religious leaders on the need to restart religious worship in churches and mosques. The Catholic cleric said that the government dialogued with stakeholders before they took the step of easing the lockdown and it is very important for the government to dialogue with religious leaders on the precautionary measures needed to restart physical worship. The Arch
Lagos Methodist Archbishop, Cardinal Okogie donates N25M water plant to Augustine University(PHOTOS)
The Cardinal priest and former Lagos Methodist Archbishop, Cardinal Anthony Olubunmi Okogie has donated a water plant worth over N25 Million to Augustine University located at Ilara in Epe area of Lagos State. The water plant is built to provide clean potable bottle water with state of the art facilities. Speaking at the commissioning of the water plant on Tuesday, the cleric who is also the founder of the university thanked those who assisted him to donate the water plant and other laudable development in the
Today's Headlines: Igbos Should Produce Buhari's Successor- Bishop; APC Suspends Oyo Party Election.
Igbos Should Produce Buhari's Successor - Bishop. The Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, Most Rev. Alfred Adewale-Martins says the South-East should produce President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor in 2023. Photo Credit: Daily Post Nigeria The cleric spoke at the weekend during the 2021 Catholic Women Organisation of Nigeria (CWON) meeting in Lagos.
Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, Most Reverend Alfred Adewale-Martins, has given his support to the Southeast to produce the next president of Nigeria. The man of God spoke at the weekend during this year's Catholic Women Organization of Nigeria(CWON) meeting in Lagos. The archbishop stated that if someone from the southeast can become the president of Nigeria, it would amount to equity and justice.
Below is the throwback photo of former PDP and APC’s Lagos governorship candidates, Jimi Agbaje and Jide Sanwo olu which have been making the rounds on the Internet. Jide Sanwo olu at the left while Jimi Agbaje Is at the right The two previous Lagos state governorship aspirants were both pictured at The Holy Cross Cathedral, Lagos, where they both marked the beginning of the year attending the first Sunday service. The politicians can also be seen with the Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, Most Rev. Dr. Alfre
The Dean of Yaba Deanary and Parish Priest of Saint Paul's Catholic Church, Ebutte-metta Lagos; Very Rev. Fr. Michael Okonkwo, has called out to the Nigerian Government to allow churches reopen for public worship. He said this during his homily at Holy Cross Cathedral, Lagos, which was broadcasted live on Lumen Christi Catholic TV. He tagged the Coronavirus a burden on humanity and stressed the need for the Church to approach God in communal prayer saying "I'd like to lend my voice to that of our Chief Shepherd;
The Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, Most Rev Dr Alfred Adewale Martins, for the benefit of the Archdiocese of Lagos, has given some help materials to Lagos State Government on the side of its endeavors to give help to poor people and contain the coronavirus pandemic. The things included 500 packs of rice and beans and 4000 hand sanitizers. In arrangement with the CBCN, he additionally declared the choice to make St Raphael Divine Mercy Hospital, Ijede accessible for use as a disengagement community if the nee
Dr Alfred Adewale Martins, Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, has called for govt to dialogue with religious leaders on the precautions needed to restart some personal worship in churches & mosques. Whatever your views about any resumption, A twitter user by name Dr Joe Abah shared the opinion of the archbishop on his timeline and seek for public opinion. So many people have reacted to it, some said at this point the churches and mosque cannot help the situation, he wrote " It is pointless to dialogue. My take:
Catholic Archbishop Warns The Government Of Dangers Ahead Of Them. Following the probing of the 50 #Endsars protest promoters which includes Falz, Pst. Sam Adeyemi, Aisha Yesuf, Burna Boy, Davido, Yul Edochie, Tiwa Savage among many others, The Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, Most Rev Alfred Adewale Martins, has condemned the freezing of accounts of #EndSARS promoters by the Central Bank of Nigeria. He warned the current government of the dangers this act will instigate in the minds of Nigerian youths that have
The Catholic Church in Nigeria celebrates archbishop, His Lordship, Alfred Marthins Adewale on his birthday as he marks 57 years. The Catholic archbishop of Lagos Archdiocese in Lagos Nigeria turns 57 years of age today been 1st day of June 2020. The Catholic clergyman has worked tirelessly and relentlessly in the Lord's vineyard throughout his regime since he was called to the work of God both during his time as a reverend father and a bishop. The archdiocese under the archbishop has taken on the social me
The nationwide protests against SARS brutality has been boosted as Lagos Archbishop of Roman Catholic Church has joined the protest calling for the tactical Police Squad to be disbanded. Nigerians during the week took to the streets in various states in protests against SARS, calling Nigerian authorities to disband the police unit, compensate victims and trial erring personnel. The protest gained momentum as it trended number one on Twitter, grabbing global attention as international figures and media houses
Following some videos of ethnic hates that is floating around in the social medias, Archbishop of Lagos, Alfred Adewale Martins have speaks out on the issue and condemn the hijacking of peaceful protest by hoodlums. He warn the people of IGBOLAND and Yoruba's to avoid ethnic and religious sentiment because it will delay the march for new Nigeria. Igbos have been known for fighting for Biafra but not in this time around as they all fight together to see that they put an end to police brutality and SARS. The Archbishop
Pastors Sam Adeyemi and Tunde Bakare are two of church leaders who have added their voices to the ongoing movement to end SARS. Mr. Adeyemi tweeted on Sunday morning that it is “totally unacceptable” for the police to attack peaceful protesters. He also encouraged young people to continue to speak against societal ills, not as victims but as leaders. “I appeal to leaders in government and the police force, please listen and respond. #ENDSARSNOW as a courageous commitment to change.” Mr. Adeyemi said.
Popular Church Shut Down, Pastor Arrested Over Coronavirus In Ogun State A church in Sagamu in Ogun state has been shut down and the pastor arrested by the police for flouting the no gathering rule. This is really absurd of the said pastor and his church members when notable pastors in the country have began to conduct Sunday services online and on television stations in compliance with the directive of government banning all gatherings, including religious gatherings to curb the spread of coronavirus. Many
Reactions are beginning to trailing in from different quarters in and around Nigeria, following the determination of Nigerian Army to kick off operation Crocodile Smiles Nationwide on Tuesday with the aim of quenching the peaceful protests going on nationwide towards the support of the Police Reform in the Country. One of the Public figures who has voiced his opinion against the decision of the Nigerian military is Catholic archbishop of Lagos, Alfred Adewale Martins, who has warned President Muhammadu Buhari
Alfred Adewale Martins, the Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, has called on the Federal Government to consider the use of herbal remedies as a potential cure for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Martins made the request while speaking at a press conference at the Holy Cross Cathedral, Lagos, on Wednesday. According to him, herbal medicines are known for their efficacy against various diseases, adding that traditional medicine practitioners and researchers should be encouraged to find a cure for COVID-19. Makin