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Nigeria - By Will Ross in Lagos
If Bishop Welby wants a frank report card on the state of the Anglican Church he can get it from Bishop Nicholas Okoh, the Primate of the Church of Nigeria.
He described it as "grievously disunited" and said attending church meetings was like "working in a police state with agents all over the place trying to catch people with their words".
The Anglican Church says it has some 18 million followers in Nigeria and the new Archbishop of Canterbury will have to tread very carefully on the controversial issues of homosexual priests and same-sex marriage if he wants to ensure rifts do not deepen further.
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Filed under: * Anglican - Episcopal Archbishop of Canterbury Anglican Provinces Church of Nigeria Episcopal Church (TEC) Global South Churches & Primates Global South to South Encounter 4 in Singapore April 2010 * Culture-Watch Globalization
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