CAN: The Fulani Herdsmen are Muslims

Sequel the statement by the secretary of Jama’atu Nasril Islam (JNI), Khalid Abubakar, accusing Christian leaders of fanning the embers of discord among Nigerians. The Secretary of CAN on behalf of the Christian Community in Nigeria has responded, saying: ​“The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) wishes to protest the lack of seriousness and kindergarten approach …

Christianity in Nigeria is 145 years: How it has been!

As reported by Nigerian Tribune. After unsuccessful attempts to penetrate the Nigerian belief system, in 1842, the first (arguably) successful Christian mission expedition anchored in Nigeria’s faith logic. Through challenges with unity and leadership tussles, and commendable attempts to ensure religious harmony, despite Nigeria’s multi-religious nature, as the world begins the celebration of the week of …

CAN: Mr President is Sympathetic with Fulani Herdsmen

“For now, Mr. President seems to be sympathetic with his kinsmen, going by his handling of herdsmen killings in the country.” Taraba State Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Ben Ubeh, has said in an interview with Journalists on the need for the President of Nigeria to prevent another needless Civil War. In His …

CAN: January 7 declared a National Prayer day

“We urge all churches to set aside time this coming Sunday, January 7, to pray for Nigeria and for victory over the wicked killings of Fulani Herdsmen said the President of  Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Dr Samson Ayokunle, through his Special Assistant on Media and Communication, Pastor Bayo Oladeji over activities of armed Fulani herdsmen killing citizens …

Christian Association of Nigeria’s President New Year Message

The President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Rev Samson Olasupo Ayokunle New Year message read thus: “As we begin a New Year together, I congratulate every Nigerian, both the leaders and the led, on being among the living who entered this long awaited year . “I do urge all and sundry to return …