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Priest, his wife and their maid die in their sleep after attending crusade in Abia

A source in the church, who spoke with The Nation, said that they were yet to know the cause of their death. He stated that they are suspecting food poisoning as they could not trace any sign that they could have inhaled generator fume.

MURIC wants Bishop Kukah sacked as National Peace Committee secretary

Kukah himself added salt to injury by telling us that he did not know how or where he insulted Muslims. It means he is not ready to show remorse. Kukah will not recognise the dignity of his Muslim neighbour. He still believes that Muslims are there for him to push around and lampoon like school children,” the group said

Fani-Kayode to Muslim Forum: Kukah didn’t attack Islam — he won’t apologise

He has always sought for religious tolerance & peaceful co-existence between Christians & Muslims. Those that demand that he “must apologise” or “leave Sokoto” must mind their utterances & keep the peace.

Some prophecies that missed the mark in 2020

Many Nigerians have reacted to the prophecies. Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy, recently took to his Instagram page to lambast Nigerian clerics over their prophecies for 2020.

Mixed reactions as Taa’wun erects a ‘gigantic-little’ but a very beautiful mosque at the centre of Iwo

Hehehe, Pékélé-Pekèlè, àrà mee rírí n'ìlú Iwo AKA What Has My Great Taa'wun Done Again?

Insulting Muslims is an abuse of free speech, Iran’s Zarif says

Otherwise he would not have dared to embrace Islam in his quest for leadership in #Europe," tweeted Shamkhani, secretary of Iran's Supreme National security Council.

Catholic priest caught having sex on Church altar

The Catholic priest was reportedly caught in the act on September 30 by a passerby who noticed the lights in the Saints Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church.

Saudi Arabia to allow Umrah pilgrimage to resume from October ― Report

The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah is developing a mobile application that will be available one week before the Umrah resumes so that pilgrims can register and book on it.

Anglican priest demoted for sitting close to dismissed homosexual colleague

Recently, however, the Archdeacon in charge of the area while presiding at a burial service in the community, invited the dismissed priest to sit with him at the altar, informing the people who were at the burial ceremony that the dismissed priest did not commit any offence and that his `dismissal was due to envy.

Southern-Kaduna Christian leaders boycott peace summit

We are also troubled that a peace summit can be organized for people without involving the key leaders of the people...

Pope to travel outside Rome for first time since coronavirus pandemic

Pope Francis will next month visit the Italian town of Assisi, his first trip out of Rome since the coronavirus pandemic...

Amended CAMA Act not acceptable, NDYC Youth fumes

Youths under the auspices of Niger Delta Youth Congress, NDYC, Monday, condemned and rejected the recently signed Company and Allied Matter...

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Nigeria on the 1st spot In Africa, 6th globally among high tuberculosis burden countries

Estimates from WHO global report 2020 suggest that TB kills 18 Nigerians every hour, 47 Nigerians develop active TB every hour (seven of which are children).

Fuel subsidy rises to N500bn, NNPC rules out price hike

“Following GMD #NNPC Mallam @MKKyari’s intervention in the National Association of Road Transport Owners/Petroleum Tanker Drivers impasse, PTD has just announced the suspension of its planned strike until closure of discussion between both parties.

Repentant militants, kidnappers become pastors

currently we have eight of them that are full-time pastors in OPM branches.

The African tragedy: the negative effects of superstitions and religion

"We must never remain silent in the face of bigotry. We must condemn those who seek to divide us. We must...