Monday, 24 May 2004

more on the 18 primates

A followup to this item.

Justus Waimiri in Nairobi has sent an email to ECUSA HQ stating that only 10 primates were present in Nairobi. However, 5 other bishops also signed the statement.
The provinces thus represented were:

Primates present
The Most Rev. Dr. Peter Akinola, Primate of All Nigeria
The Most Rev. Dr. Bernard Malango, Primate Central Africa
The Most Rev. Benjamin Nzimbi, Primate of Kenya
The Most Rev. Dirokpa Balufuga Fidele, Primate of Congo
The Most Rev. Joseph Bringi Marona, Primate of Sudan
The Most Rev. E. M Kolini, Primate of Rwanda
The Most Rev. Samuel Ndayisenga, Primate of Burundi
The Most Rev. Drexel Gomez Bahamas, Primate of West Indies
The Most Rev. Yong Chung, Primate of South East Asia
The Most Rev. Greg Venables, Primate of Argentina Southern Cone

other bishops present
The Rt. Rev. Mouneer Anis, Bishop Diocese of Egypt (in Province of Jerusalem and Middle East)
The Rt. Rev. Dinis Sengulane, Representative Province of Southern Africa
The Rt. Rev. Dr. Nicodemus E. Okille, Representative Province of Uganda
The Rt. Rev. Jean Claude Andrianjafimanana, Dean, (Province of) Indian Ocean
The Rt. Rev. John Chew, Bishop of Singapore (in Province of South East Asia)

So it’s still not clear who the 18 primates actually are.

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