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Saturday, May 26, 2012

Bishop Okogie retires as Archbishop of Lagos, new Bishop is Adewale Martins

 
76 year old Arch-Bishop of Lagos, Cardinal Olubunmi Okogie, has retired. Pope Benedict (XVI) yesterday appointed former Bishop of the Diocese of Abeokuta, Bishop Alfred Adewale Martins as the new Arch-Bishop of Lagos.

15 comments:

Duke Emeka said...

Congrats to the new Arch bishop.

Anonymous said...

Waoh! May u enjoy ur retirement in d Lord's vineyard. Congrats my Lordship

Anonymous said...

Congratulating My Lordship. Happy days ahead .

iamfascinating said...

Congrats. I liked the retired Archbishop.

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Anonymous said...

eh yah! I will miss his words!

Anonymous said...

I pray for the new bishop the shoes he's about to fill is a very big one. God help him

Anonymous said...

Congrats my Lordship!!!!

Me said...

Awww, would miss Archbishop ooh. Please brothers and sisters pray for our former Archbishop. The very few men of intergrity we still have in our dear nation.

Congrats to the new one. May The Good Lord Guide and Protect You In Jesus Name, Amen

Anonymous said...

U remain a voice of d poor in Nigeria. Pls continue speaking against evil in the land. Wishing you a blissful retirement.

ola said...

u are brainwashed, u r calling a human 'my lordship' av u 4gotten Jesus rejected 'Rabbi' in his days? Dont turn human 2 idol or god, tink twice

Chika said...

Congratulations to the new Bishop. May the Lord continue to crown all your efforts with success as you shepherd His people. God bless you all and forever.

Anonymous said...

dats ma bishop....we ll miss u God b with u padre

Anonymous said...

Remember the days when Bishop Martins used to come around to St Bernadette in Abk..... Old times

Anonymous said...

his lordship congratulations , wishing you ABUNDANT OF GRACE in his vineyard , and to baba good health and vitality on your retirement

Kencassy said...

Wow...Congrats New Bishop Adewale Martins and I wish His Grace (Emeritus) a very happy retirement, but a priest you remain forever Sir...I'm proud of you.