The Presbyterian Church of Nigeria has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to put in place, as a matter of urgency, the machinery for the implementation of the report of the 2014 National Conference as the basis for the peaceful co-existence of the people of this nation in the light of true federalism and the secular status of Nigeria, among other major issues.
How has Nigeria faired with regard to religious freedom? This is a delicate question, as religious freedom is both the most fundamental of all freedoms and the most difficult to defend.
“Seeing is believing” is a very popular adage but like many busy people do, I never gave it a very serous thought until now. After three days of seeing the quiet revolution that is going on in Aba, permit me to welcome you very warmly to the indigenization of the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria in
1. Preamble: 169 years ago, precisely on 10th April, 1846, the Rev. Hope Masterton Waddell and his team of missionaries from the Church of Scotland Mission, arrived Calabar to begin what is now known as The Presbyterian Church of
Twenty seven years ago, The Presbyterian Church of Nigeria ventured into Tiv land in Benue State under the Church’s mission enterprise. The year was 1988 and the Church, prompted by the divine commission to take the gospel to all parts of the world, initiated a move that resulted in the berthing of the Church in Abande, from where the Church has
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