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Bishop Emeritus of Orlu is dead

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The Bishop Emeritus of the Orlu Catholic Diocese in Imo State, the Most Rev. Gregory Ochiagha, is dead.

This was made known in a statement from the Secretariat of the Orlu Catholic Diocese.

According to the statement which was made available to Lead Express, Rev. Ochiagha died at the Annunciation Hospital in Enugu where he had gone for a medical check-up.

Aged 88, Bishop Ochiagha (rtd) had, for sometime, been battling with minor health issues associated with old age.

He hailed from Mbano in Imo State.

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Happy New Year 2021!

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Happy new year our highly esteemed reader! We wish you a very productive year 2021. We heartily thank you for trusting us to Lead you in the past years and we look forward to helping you to find the truths this year. We are the Lead Express.

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CAN Announces Death of NCGF President

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The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has announced the death of one of its own, the President of the Nigeria Christian Graduates Fellowship, NCGF, Prof. Charles Adisa.
In a statement made available to the media today and signed by CAN President, Rev. Samson Ayokunle,Prof. Adisa will be greatly missed by CAN as he will always be remembered for his contributions to the Christian fight for the restoration of the teaching of the Christian Religious Knowledge in public schools, the fight against the controversial RUGA settlements, the Companies and Allied Matters Act, CAMA, and the federal government’s lopsided appointments.

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Covid-19: CAN Directs Lagos Churches to End Cross-over Services at 11pm

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The Lagos State Chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has directed churches to end Cross-over services for the New Year vigil at 11pm on December 31st.
The chapter Chairman of CAN in Lagos State, Bishop Steven Adegbite, gave the directive in a statement made available to the media.

This in in line with the state government’s earlier directive that worship centres in Lagos should suspend night vigils, even as the government has imposed curfew fdom 12am to 4amacross the state to combat the spread of Covid-19.
In order to ensure that churches don’t disobey the rules of government, the state chapter of CAN has, therefore, directed all churches to end their Cross-over Services on December 31 by 11pm to give room for the implementation of the statewide curfew.

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