The Primate of All Nigeria, the Most Rev’d Henry Ndukuba said the Church of Nigeria has mapped out its missions and evangelism vision and is re-strategizing to reach out both to rural, urban and the international community regarding spreading the light of the Gospel of salvation in order to bring many more people to salvation through Jesus Christ.
Primate Ndukuba was speaking at his first General Synod as a primate at the St Matthias House, Gudu, Abuja, Nigeria’s capital on Wednesday 23rd September 2020.
Most Rev’d Ndukuba, addressing the protracted insecurity in the country, targeting predominantly Christian communities in central Nigeria, said, “The politics of State Policing or the way to implement community Policing show that often individual or particular group sentiments have belouded the implementation of some programmes in Nigeria. “There is need for synergy among our politicians and not time for name calling and blame.” Ndukuba said.
Anglican University of Technology, Abuja
The Primate of All Nigeria, Most Rv’d Henry Ndukuba has outlined projects and proposed, among them, the building of a University of Technology to be sited at Kwaita. Abuja.
The Primate said the site, which has been made available already, is currently being fenced.
The University, when completed, will serve the Church’s vision of developing manpower and skills for the country, as a part of the vision of Bishop Samuel Ajayi Crowther, who had not only established the church but also developed the people and the congregation.
The Primate also called on Dioceses to harness the skills of health professionals in the church and to implore the training of health professionals in the production of pharmaceuticals and set up research laboratories. Health, the Primate pointed out, as a proven medical outreach, is a powerful tool and a support for missions and evangelism.