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Anglicans Converge At Okrika, Enthrone Bishop

The Anglican Communion will witness another bout of history today in St. Peter’s Cathedral, Okrika, as they hold a special service for the enthronement of the Rt. Revd. Enoch Atuboyedia as Bishop, Diocese of Okrika.

According to the Diocesan Communicator, Ms Medline Tador and the chairman of Publicity Sub-Committee, Sir Charles Ogan, the Enthronement Service will be attended by the Archbishop, Ecclesiastical Province of the Niger Delta, The Most Rev’d Tunde Adeleye, Bishops, Government Functionaries, Clergy, Diocesan officials, Knights and their Ladies, parishioners, captains of industry, and traditional rulers and chiefs.

As part of the programme, the supervising Bishop of Okrika and Bishop of Ikwerre Diocese, Rt. Revd. Blessing Eyindah formally presented Rt. Revd. Enoch Atuboyedia to the Lesser Chapter as the new Bishop and also dedicate the renovated Bishop’s Court.

The Rt. Revd. Enoch Atuboyedia was consecrated at Cathedral Church of the Advent, Life Camp Gwarimpa, Abuja by the Archbishop, Metropolitan and Primate of all Nigeria, Anglican Communion His Grace, the Most Revd. Henry Chukwudum Ndukuba last Monday,21st September, 2020.

The Diocese of Okrika was created on 11th March 2003 and was inaugurated on Monday, 17th November, 2003.

The Special service will be held under strict compliance with COVID 19 protocols and regulations.

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