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COVID-19 Second Wave: CAN Announces Time All Lagos Churches Must End Their Cross-over Services

The Lagos State chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria has directed all churches in the state to close their cross-over services by 11 pm on December 31, 2020. The directive is contained in a statement signed by the Lagos

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“Warn your children against inviting rapists through their dressing” – CAN Admonishes Parents On Protecting Their Kids From Rapists

As Nigerians continue to deliberate on the rape case between Busola Dakolo and COZA pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo, the Christian Association of Nigeria CAN has asked parents to warn their children against inviting rapists through their dressing. Reverend Israel Akanji, Chairman

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Rape Allegation: See What CAN Had To Say Following Fatoyinbo’s Victory

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has reacted to the court judgement which struck out the rape allegation made by celebrity photographer and mum-of-three, Busola Dakolo against Pastor Biodun Fatoyibo and also awarded N1m as damages in favour of the

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“God will restore Pastor Fatoyinbo even if he is guilty of the rape allegation against him” – CAN Chairman

The last has not been heard of the rape scandal that engulfed the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) church following the public interview granted by celebrity photographer and mum-of-three, Busola Dakolo where she appeared emotion-laden as she narrated how the

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Leah Sharibu: See Why Nigerians Have Resumed Fresh Agitations For The Release Of The Schoolgirl

After the Nigerian government, yesterday, secured the release of Zainab Aliyu, following her arrest in December by the  Saudi government, Nigerians have resumed fresh agitations and are clamouring for the same energy to be given to efforts to free Leah

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”We won’t investigate allegations against Apostle Suleman” – Christian Association of Nigeria

The Christian Association of Nigeria has stated that the organisation will not investigate allegations of sexual misconduct being made by Stephanie Otobo, 23, against the founder of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman. According to a report from Punch, a

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‘Christians must buckle up and be ready to defend themselves’ CAN Reacts To The Gruesome Murder Of Abuja Preacher

The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN has urged Christians to prepare to defend themselves in a statement released in reaction to the gruesome murder of the RCCG female preacher and mum-of-7, Mrs. Eunice Elisha Olawale by suspected Islamic fanatics in

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