BREAKING NEWS: Bishop Orama Denies UPI Report - UPDATED
Friday, September 7, 2007 • 10:35 am
In an email communication The Venerable Akintunde A. Popoola, Director of Communications for the Church of Nigeria has stated that Bishop Orama has denied making the statements attributed to him in a September 2, 2007, UPI report. Additionally, the journalist who issued the statement has given a verbal apology for the misrepresentation and has promised to print a retraction.
Living Church article here.
UPI UPDATE - The story has been pulled from the UPI link. The following is posted at the link:
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