Monthly Archives: April 2020

Bishop Okpaleke Urges Christians to Repent, Reciprocate God’s Mercy on Mankind

By Uchechukwu Enem The Catholic Bishop of Ekwulobia Diocese, Most. Rev. Peter Ebele Okapaleke, has urged Christians to repent of their sins and always be ready to reciprocate God’s Mercy on mankind. He made this statement during the Divine Mercy Sunday on 19th April, 2020, celebrated at Holy Family Spiritual Year, Okpuno, Awka. The Bishop said the coronavirus pandemic was ...

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Anumudu Was a Great Businessman Obi

By Jude Atupulazi The Vice Presidential Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in the last election, Mr. Peter Obi, has described the death of the Founder and Chairman of Globe Motors, Chief Willy Anumudu, as a huge loss to the South East, the business community and entire Nigeria. Obi, who spoke through his Media Office, described the late Anumudu ...

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Anambra COVID-19 Index Case Declared Negative As Obiano Assents to COVID-19 Law

By Abuchi Onwumelu The Governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano, says the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), has declared the first post-treatment test conducted on the state’s COVID-19 index case negative. The Governor announced this at a special briefing alongside the Director General of National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), Dr Chikwe Ihekwazu, and the Country Representative for ...

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Why God Allowed Coronavirus Pandemic – Catholic Clergy

By Alexander Johnson Adejoh Rev Fr Mathias Adugba Ashinoitian of the Catholic Diocese of Zaria has called on everyone in the world to rebuild humanity and reflect on the need for God and neighbours. The clergy who is currently doing his Licence in Philosophy at Pontifical Urbanian University, Rome, made the call this morning, Wednesday, April, 22, during a telephone ...

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Why Ndi Anambra Should Pay Taxe Oscar Udoji

BY SUNNY A. IJOMAH An Anambra born international investor, Chief Oscar Udoji, says he has paid over a hundred million naira as tax to Anambra State Government in the last ten years. Chief Oscar, who is the son of the late Sir. Jerome Udoji of the Udoji Award fame, also revealed that he had instructed his bank to remit the ...

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Anambra Prepares for Post COVID- 19 Maps out measures to mitigate hunger

By Elizabeth Awu Bassey The Anambra State Government has mapped out measures aimed at cushioning post COVID-19 difficulties in the state. The Commissioner for Agriculture, Mechanisation, Processing and Export, Mr. Nnamdi Onukwuba, made the disclosure after a brief meeting of the ministry’s Management staff. The commissioner said the ministry had since secured the state Government’s approval to launch the 2020 ...

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COVID-19; Call for Repentance Life of Mercy – Bishop Okpaleke

By Ifeoma Ezenyilimba The Catholic Bishop of Ekwulobia Diocese, Most Rev Peter Ebere Okpaleke, has described the current global coronavirus pandemic as a call to every individual to seek repentance, and live out in totality, the mercy of God. Bishop Okpaleke, who stated this in his homily in a concelebrated Holy Mass transmitted live to mark the 2020 Divine Mercy ...

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RECEIVE THE MERCY OF GOD AND BE INSTRUMENTS OF GOD’S MERCY

By Rev Fr. Alphonus Obiekezie SUNDAY 19TH APRIL IS DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY. My dear people of God, in Latin, it is said that ‘Nemo dat quod non habet’: No one gives what he does not have’.  You cannot show forth God’s mercy without first receiving it from God.   Jesus told St. Maria Faustina, ‘Tell sinners that no one shall ...

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