Launching of Catholic Church Building at St. Vincent De Paul Military Catholic Church, Army Cantonment-Gusau Zamfara state

1st Sunday of Advent is a remarkable day in our lives today and significantly finding our selves in the military barracks, where the Gospel of the day talks about been vigilant. A call to every humanity to be vigilant.

The Bishop in his homily said "Nigeria is a country where everyone has freedom to practice his or her religion but only in Nigeria again you are deprived of place of worship in a Federal institution". He thank Brig. Gen. OM Bello for the love and understanding he has for the church.


37 Men Commissioned As Evangelizers in Northern Nigeria

Cross Section of the Commissioned Catechists

Thirty-Seven men, many of them married, were commissioned as Catechists at the Catechetical Training Centre, Malumfashi, Katsina State, Northwest Nigeria.

The Centre is owned by the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Northwest Nigeria. It admits and trains Catechists as first agents of evangelization. The candidates are drawn from different Catholic Dioceses in the country.


3 Indigenous Young Men Raised To Priesthood In Nigeria’s Northwest

Catholic Bishop of Sokoto, Northwest Nigeria Most Reverend Matthew Hassan Kukah has admitted 3 youngmen into the order of priesthood for the Diocese.

The ordination took place at Malumfashi, the heartland of the marginalized maguzawa ethnic group in Katsina state, with predominantly muslim population. The Maguzawa are majority Christians.

The 3 new priests are themselves of the Maguzawa ethnic group. The ordination has now raised the number of Maguzawa priests to about 10.


Obaseki’s Victory: Edo People Have Left A Legacy Of Efficiency – Bishop Kukah on Channels

The Catholic Bishop of the Sokoto Diocese, Reverend Bishop Mattew Kukah, has commended the people of Edo State for their conduct during the state’s governorship election on Saturday.

According to him, the people have left a legacy of efficiency which the entire country can emulate.

“The way they conducted themselves and I think in every sense of the word, they left us a legacy of efficiency,” he said on Tuesday during an interview on Channels TV’s Sunrise Daily.


Bishop says Nigeria a ‘Molotov cocktail’ as it prepares to mark 60th anniversary

YAOUNDÉ, Cameroon – Nigeria’s internal conflict is “a Molotov cocktail of anger, frustration, religious extremism, toxic politics, corruption and deep rut,” according to a leading bishop in the country.

Bishop Mathew Hassan Kukah of Sokoto was speaking to Crux ahead of the country’s 60th Independence Day, observed on Oct. 1.