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May I deeply congratulate the publisher and management of the Nigerian Catholic Reporter for their bold debut publication. It’s like a healthy prey straying into the waiting mouth of a cub thus quenching the thirst of a population desiring news about the activities of its body.

The Catholic Church in Nigeria has had several reading documents that disseminate information starting from parish bulletins to diocesan newspapers. I am yet to see any in the class of “Nigerian Catholic Reporter”. It is rich in content and the quality of its material.

I want to particularly thank them for their researched exposé titled “Clamour for Indigenous Bishops: Ahiara Diocese…” Besides being thorough and highly informative, it had pure journalistic touch that
leaves ever concerned reader reflecting on the way forward considering the true depth of what was hitherto seen as a minor sentimental display.

Equally commendable is the setting of his Lordship, Archbishop of Lagos, Most Rev. A. Adewale Martins, without one-on-one dialogue, to modestly enlighten Rev. Chris Okoti, Pastor, Household of God Church on why, contrary to the pastors assertion, “All Catholics” will not go to hell.

All in all, bravo Nigerian Catholic Reporter! Wax stronger, the sky is your take-off point.

Donne A. Chikere
Don Bilingual Consultancy
(Don-Bili-Cons ) Nig.

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