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1 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The sacredness of life versus the slaughter of innocent Nigerian citizens today
I believe that the deafening silence of Mr. President and his team is not because silence is golden. Is it because they have run out of plans or ideas to protect the people? It is surprising that Mr. President can rush to Gambia to rescue them from attempted political suicide or show lively interest in the political affairs of Guinea Bissau, yet maintain an unhealthy silence over the Southern Kaduna crisis.
2 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Don't trivialize The Catholic Bishops' Conference over the "Fr. Mbaka issue"
While the Bishops' Conference appreciates the cordial relationship between the Church and the media in the country, the body is however opposed to over dramatization of a local diocesan issue that is a normal occurrence in all the dioceses of the Church in the country. The Church should not be dragged into political trivialities.
3 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Still on same-sex union and the stand of The Catholic Bishops' Conference of Nigeria
It is not surprising that Most Rev Ignatius Ayau Kaigama, the Archbishop of Jos and the President of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Nigeria (CBCN) together with his colleagues in the Conference, have been black-listed into that ['enemies'] category of people and therefore have become the subject of attacks for their uncompromising stand on the sanctity of marriage and family life.
4 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - RE: ''Catholic Bishop Chides Oritsejafor'': A misrepresentation of Archbishop Ignatius Ayau Kaigama
Our attention has been drawn to the reports in some online editions of some newspapers ... with misleading headlines, posted on Thursday 25th September 2014, and suggesting that Most Rev. Ignatius Ayau Kaigama, the President of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Nigeria (CBCN) accused Pastor Ayo Ortistejafor of denting the image of the Christian Association of Nigeria over the case of the jet that was found with $9.3milion allegedly owned by the CAN President.
5 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Unbelievable somersault
As Christians, many of us have somersaulted from our Faith. In those days, pagans worshipped idols and remained in their shrines. But today, some Christians known as neo-pagans go to church concealing idols under their tunics. They confess their belief in God by lips but in their hearts believe in idols, charms and superstitions. They wear Sacramental in front and hang occult objects behind. They worship God by day and adore Satan by night. They receive Holy Communion in the Church and drink occult blood at satanic temples.

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