The primate of Anglican Communion, Archbishop Nicholas Okoh has called on president Mohammad Buhari to step up into tackle the issues of security challenges bedeviling the country at the moment
Nicholas Okoh who is also the Metropolitan and archbishop of All Anglican churches in Nigeria shortly after the dedication of the new all saint’s cathedral church of Evo Diocese in Port Harcourt said the president is charged with the sole responsibilities of protecting lives and properties
He called on Christian in Nigeria especially the Anglican community to rededicate their lives to the services of God and wear the garment of humility
Earlier during the 10th anniversary lectures the Lord bishop of Evo diocese Innocent Ordu called on pastors and clergymen to take the services and work of God seriously.
He frowned at clergymen who desecrate the house of God by indulging in immoral behavior’s in contrast to the teaching of the Bible
Also speaking at the event the chairman of the occasion and former minister of Information Professor Jerry Gana urged Christians not to compromise their faith and belief in Christ and not to loose their Anglicanism, while the guest lecturer and the lord Bishop of OWO diocese, Rt. Rev Stephen Fagbemi expressed worries over the nonchalant attitude of some Christians towards the gospel. He urged youths to ensure they would hand over a healthy church to the next generation