• CAN condemns release of alleged killers of pastor’s wife

    CAN condemns release of alleged killers of pastor’s wife

    It was gathered that the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has described the release of five suspects remanded in prison custody over the killing of Mrs. Bridget Agbahime in Kano State as an invitation to chaos nationwide.

    The group called on President Muhammadu Buhari and the South-East governors to rise to the occasion not to jeopardise the life of Ndigbo and other Nigerians resident in the North.

    The CAN Secretary in Enugu State, Dr. Joseph Ajujungwa, who stated this yesterday during the […]

  • See How Woman Used Her Bum Cheeks to Crush a Can of Red Bull (Photos+Video)

    See How Woman Used Her Bum Cheeks to Crush a Can of Red Bull (Photos+Video)

    A pretty hot girl has stunned many people online after she crushed a Red Bull can with her bare bum cheeks.

    A woman left many dazed after she used her bare bum cheeks to crush a can of red bull. The video shared online has garnered thousands of views.

    The woman could be spotted standing with her back to the camera wearing a t-shirt and knickers.

    She then clipped the red bull in-between her bum cheeks. After some time, she compresses it together […]

  • Jonathan’s N7bn largesse: CAN leaders paid me N1m to keep quiet – Cleric

    Jonathan’s N7bn largesse: CAN leaders paid me N1m to keep quiet – Cleric

    A Jos-based clergy, Pastor Kallamu Ali Dikwa, yesterday reignited the controversy over the alleged N7billion ‘donation’ to the leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) by the Goodluck Jonathan campaign organization ahead of last year’s election.

    Dikwa said in Kaduna that he was offered N1million of the sum to ‘keep quiet’.

    He first blew open the allegation in 2015 when he claimed the money was given to CAN for the purpose of campaigning for the former president.

    Jonathan lost the election.

    However, CAN […]

  • Recession: CAN declares three days of fasting, prayers for Nigeria

    Recession: CAN declares three days of fasting, prayers for Nigeria

    It was gathered that the leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria has declared three days of fasting for Nigeria in the bid for the country to overcome the economic recession it is facing.

    The decision of the CAN leadership was contained in a statement on Tuesday.

    The fasting has been scheduled for September 21 to 23.

    According to the statement signed by Pastor Adebayo Oladeji, the Special Assistant (Media) to the CAN President, Rev. Samson Olasupo Ayokunle, the prayer and fasting will […]

  • Eid-el-Kabir: CAN President celebrates with Nigerian Muslims

    Eid-el-Kabir: CAN President celebrates with Nigerian Muslims

    he president of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rev Samson Ayokunle, has pleaded with Nigerians to shun hatred and embrace love and peace as Muslims celebrate Eid-el Kabir on Monday, September 12, 2016.

    Rev Ayokunle also congratulated Muslims over the celebration in a statement he made available in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital city.

    According to Reports, the Christian leader prayed that “the joy of the celebration shall endure for you all. May the spirit of the season enlarge your capacity to treasure […]

  • Girls in the North are withdrawn from schools, forced into marriage – CAN

    Girls in the North are withdrawn from schools, forced into marriage – CAN

    The Northern Chapter of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has decried persistent withdrawal of girls from schools in the northern part of the country even as it condemned the attacks on rural farmers.

    Its Chairman, Rev. Yakubu Pam, made the condemnation in Jos on Monday, saying that the situation could hamper the achievement of food security.

    “Farmers are killed on the fields and this has forced them to abandon the farms; hunger is imminent in the country if nothing is done about […]

  • Nigerians are suffering – CAN tells FG

    Nigerians are suffering – CAN tells FG

    The northern chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has called on the federal government to re-double its efforts to solving the myriad challenges facing the country and stop the blame game it had embarked upon since coming into power in May 2015.

    They said the current socio-economic hardship in the land calls for pragmatic action and not blaming past administration for the economic woes that has bedevilled the country.

    The spokesman of the Northern CAN, Rev John Joseph Hayab, who […]

  • Northern Christians vow to remain in CAN

    Northern Christians vow to remain in CAN

    As delegates from the North and Abuja gather in the Plateau State capital, Jos, to work out an amicable solution to the numerous challenges facing the Church, 14 state chairmen have condemned the activities of some fifth columnists bent on destabilizing the church on account of Christian Association of Nigeria’s (CAN) recent elections.

    A statement signed by the 14 northern state chairmen expressed worry over certain activities of some persons bent on misleading the uninformed public about the just concluded national […]

  • Don’t take our silence for weakness – CAN warns Muslim youths

    Don’t take our silence for weakness – CAN warns Muslim youths

    The Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Niger State Chapter, Rev. Mathias Echioda, has condemned the recent attack allegedly carried out by some Muslim youths at the St. Philip’s Catholic Church, Barkin-Iku, Suleja.

    The youths reportedly vandalised the church property on July 15. Echioda, in an interview on Saturday, asked the Muslim youths not to take CAN’s refusal to launch a reprisal as a sign of weakness.

    He described the attack against the church as unacceptable. He said those who carried out the […]

  • CAN will not be anti-government – President

    CAN will not be anti-government – President

    The newly-inaugurated President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Dr. Samson Ayokunle, has said that the association under his watch would not be anti-government, but will not patronize the government.

    Ayokunle said although CAN would be a partner in progress, they would not fail to speak against the excesses of political leadership, even when the situation is not favourable for the truth to be said.

    Ayokunle, who spoke on various issues shortly after his inauguration in Abuja, also called on government […]

  • There is a plan to exterminate Christians in Nigeria – CAN

    There is a plan to exterminate Christians in Nigeria – CAN

    The General Secretary of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Rev. Musa Asake has lamented the President Muhammadu Buhari’s silence on the continued killings of non-Muslims.

    Alake, in an interview with the Newsmen on Sunday joined many Nigerians to condemn in strong terms the murder of a Redeemed Christian Church of God early-morning preacher, Eunice Elisha.

    He said, “I really don’t know – that’s not the first killing. I don’t why this is happening; we have security agencies in Nigeria.

    “But when a […]