- Aug 6, 2020
Nigerian Cardinal John Olorunfemi Onaiyaken has joined African religious leaders to demand quick implementation of the latest peace agreement on South Sudan, which the government and rebel groups signed last year.
A prominent African cardinal has called for restraint in Sudan, as the ruling junta cracks down on peaceful protesters in the capital city, Khartoum.
As Cardinal John Onaiyekan of Abuja, Nigeria, prepares for retirement, arguably the most prominent Nigerian theologian in America says he’ll be remembered as a unifying force both in the Church and in the country.
A push by organized labor in Nigeria to raise the minimum wage has drawn a warning from Cardinal John Onaiyekan.
A minor seminary in Nigeria’s “Middle Belt” has been attacked by largely Muslim Fulani herdsmen, leaving several injured including two priests.
After Pope Francis issued a dramatic demand for submission from priests in the Nigerian diocese of Ahiara, insisting they all write to pledge loyalty and to indicate a willingness to accept a bishop appointed in 2012 who’s never been able to take control, an online campaign is attempting to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the pope’s edict.