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CHRISTIAN SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

2019-11-18

COMMISSIONING OF 20 INDUSTIAL BORE HOLES ACROSS NIGERIA

The Rt Revd. Dr. James Olusola Odedeji commissioned twenty (20) industrial bore holes across Lagos State and some parts of Nigeria to mark the 20th Anniversary of the Diocese of Lagos West (Anglican Communion) on Monday, November 2019. It is also the launching of Christian Socio Responsibility (CSR) of the Diocese. The sole aim to pragmatically evangelise our communities with the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ in order to prepare the nation for the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.Posted - Admin
2019-02-23

ELECTION OBSERVATIONS

Diocese of Lagos West in conjunction with Dioceses of Lagos Mainland and Badagry is accredited under the name Church of Nigeria to observe both General and State Elections in Nigeria.Posted - Admin
2019-01-10

LAGOS WEST ORGANISED GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE FOR LAGOS STATE

Every four years of General Election and State Election, the Diocese of Lagos West in conjunction with Dioceses of Mainland and Badagry organised Lagos State Gubernatorial Debate for the Governorship Aspirants at the Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, GRA, Ikeja. The events started in 1999 when Nigeria returned to Democracy.Posted - Admin
2019-11-18

VISIT TO DOWN SYNDROME, LAGOS

The Rt Revd Dr James Olusola Odedeji, the Bishop of the Diocese of Lagos West (Anglican Communion) visited the Down Syndrome Home in Surulere, Lagos Nigeria as the Diocesan Christian Socio Responsibility. Some food and gifts items were donated to the home.Posted - Admin
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LAGOS WEST BAILS OUT 6 HURSING MOTHERS

Diocese of Lagos West (Anglican Communion) bails out six nursing mothers trapped in Ilogbo Central Hospital, Ajangbadi, Lagos with five hundred and seven thousand naira. The women could not be discharged by the hospital weeks after they had been delivered of their babies because they could not afford the bill. The Diocesan Bishop, the Rt. Revd. Dr. James Olusola Odedeji, ever caring and compassionate came to their rescue. All glory to the lord Jesus Christ.Posted - Admin
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