President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated the Anglican Archbishop of Owerri Province, The Most Rev David Onuoha, on his election as the national president of the Christian Council of Nigeria (CCN), one of the five blocs that make up the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN).
The president, in a statement issued Saturday by his spokesman, Femi Adesina, said the election of Archbishop Onuoha during the 31st General Assembly/93rd Anniversary of CCN at Andrew’s Basilica Trans Ekulu, Enugu, was a testament to his spiritual fervour, sound theological training and passion for ecumenical unity in Nigeria, as well as his remarkable stewardship as a church leader.
He recalled with fondness, his last interaction with the Archbishop, who is also the Anglican Bishop of the Diocese of Okigwe South, during his state visit to Imo in September 2021.
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President Buhari thanked the cleric for his unfailing devotion to the unity and prosperity of Nigeria, as well as his counsel and intercession for those in authority.
The president wished the convener of the annual ‘Imo Prays’ every success as he begins the new phase of his ministry as the leader of the Council for the next three years.
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