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Buhari congratulates Anglican Primate-elect Archbishop Ndukuba

President Buhari receives in audience the Primate and Archbishops of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) led by Most Rev Nicholas Okoh, at State House, on June 3, 2016.
President Buhari receives in audience the Primate and Archbishops of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) led by Most Rev Nicholas Okoh, at State House, on June 3, 2016.

President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated Most Revd. Henry Ndukuba on his emergence as the Primate-elect of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion).

Archbishop Ndukuba was elected at the Episcopal Synod of the Church of NIgeria, Anglican Communion, which held in Asaba, Delta State on Tuesday, September 24.

In a statement issued by Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President (Media & Publicity), the President also felicitates with members of the Anglican Communion in Nigeria on the successful election of a new spiritual leader, who will by the grace of God direct the affairs of the church in the next ten years.

Primate-elect: The Most Revd. Henry Ndukuba
Primate-elect: The Most Revd. Henry Ndukuba

“President Buhari appreciates the role of the Anglican Church in promoting interfaith dialogue, peace, stability, education and social welfare in the country.

“With a long and distinguished vocation as a priest for 30 years, bishop for 20 years and archbishop for two years, the President counts on the Primate-elect, who is at present the Bishop of Gombe Diocese & Archbishop of Jos Province of the Anglican Communion, to continue in propagating the qualities that epitomises the ministry of Jesus Christ, who taught his followers love, compassion and humility.

“President Buhari also commends the outgoing Primate of the Church, His Grace, the Most Rev’d Nicholas Okoh, for his dedication, service and leadership, recounting the invaluable support this administration has received from the Church.

The President wishes Archbishop Ndukuba a successful tenure as he begins a new phase of ministry as the fifth Primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion).



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