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Terrorism is political – Catholic priest

A CATHOLIC priest, Rev. Father Mike Umoh believes that the growing trend of insecurity in parts of the country has more to do with politics rather than religion, stressing that the masterminds have consistently gavin the bombings and thekillings of innocent people across the nation a religious coloration, reports IDOWU OLAIDE.

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Govt, coys must tell Niger Delta people truth – Cleric

CATHOLIC priest, Rev. Father Oliver Leavy of Holy Family Catholic Church, Woji, Port Harcourt in Rivers State was born in Ireland in 1939 and ordained a priest for St. Patrick’s Missionary Society in 1965. He worked in Scotland for four years in the education sector and in Ireland for seven years in addition to Grenada, West Indies, for 20 years.

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Will Okwagbe provide tonic for Church unity?

THE motto of the umbrella body of Christians in Nigeria, Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN which was established in 1976 was derived from the Bible book of John 16:6: ‘That they my be one,’ but sadly Christendom in the country is perhaps one of the most dis-united organization on Planet Earth.

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We’ve settled rift with Sammie Okposio – Obus Brodoh

OBUS Bezalee Brodoh is a multi-talented artiste who has roots in music, comedy, voice-overs, wardrobe, motivational speaking and professional freelance modeling. He started singing at an embryonic age of six. He became the leader of now rested DC ENVOYS, a sensational and impact music-comedy group, which started in Warri, Delta State. In this interview with FLORENCE AMAGIYA, he talks about the group, relationship with Sammie Okposio, Gordons and his forthcoming talent hunt show known as Take the Stand.

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Easter is a pagan festival – GKS

…says Jesus didn’t die on Friday, but Wednesday
AS Nigerian Christians join others worldwide to mark this year’s Easter, controversy is brewing around the actual date of the crucifixion of the progenitor of the Christian faith. While it is generally accepted that Jesus Christ was crucified on Good Friday, the publicity secretary of the God’s Kingdom Society, GKS, Brother Benedict Hart, in this interview, contends that Jesus could not have been crucified on Friday. He said Easter is actually a pagan festival that true Christians should avoid. Excerpts:

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Tension as Christians mark Jesus’ resurrection

THERE is renewed tension in parts of the North as churches across the country put finishing touches to preparations for Easter Sunday, regarded as one of the most important celebrations in the Christian calendar, just as police commissioners have been put on red alert to forestall any attempt by any militant groups to truncate the religious celebration.

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