THE BISHOP, DIOCESE OF OKRIKA, CHURCH OF NIGERIA, ANGLICAN COMMUNION, RIGHT REVEREND ENOCH ATUBOYEDIA CALLS ON THE PEOPLE OF OKRIKA ETHNIC NATIONALITY TO ALWAYS PUT THEIR TRUST IN GOD.
Written by miebaka ikiriko on July 26, 2021
The Bishop, Diocese of Okrika, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Right Reverend Enoch Atuboyedia has called on the people of Okrika ethnic nationality to always put their trust in God and work tenaciously to become a good Amassaor of the Wakirike nation and the country Nigeria.
Right Reverend Atuboyedia who made the call during the launching and public presentation of Book “Growth of the Anglican Church in Nigeria in-depth case study of Diocese of Okrika authored by Sir Eli D Kalio in Port Harcourt said the church of Nigeria has made tremendous efforts in advancing true Christianity in the part of Africa.
The Bishop described Sir Eli Kalio as a father and prolific writer with great humility excellence who is committed to God and the church in the Diocese emphasize that the book which is knowledge base would enable the future generation get abreast with the history and development of the Anglican Communion in Okrika and prayed God to continue to strengthen him.
Also speaking, the Chairman Book presentation and launching planning committee, Tamunotonye Kalia said the book Growth of the Anglican Church in Nigeria with Indepth case study of Diocese of Okrika will serve as a prompt conceptualization of the plausible plan for evangelism and strategic management of the church human resources for superstation growth.
The Book reviewer, Venerable Godwin Tamuntonye Iringe-Koko stated that the book which has four hundred and thirty two page volume on Church history on the church of Nigeria Anglican Communion as well as the growth indices of the entire Christianity and other six major religious of the world.
Earlier, ins his remark, the book author, Sir Eli Kalio said God’s intuition necessitated him to write the book about the growth of Anglican Church in the Diocese to enable the people realize the importance of Christianity and the love for God and admonished youths of Wakirike nation to always strive for excellence.
Radio Rivers correspondent Francis Golden reports that leaders from Okrika, including traditional rulers, politicians and the clergy graced the event.