The Babatunde Edu Foundation announced the winners of its inaugural youth theological essay competition at the awards ceremony held in the Events Centre at Bishop Adelakun Howells Memorial (BAHM) church.
Revd Jaiye Edu
The Revd Jaiye Edu is an Anglican priest.
People can live good lives without Christ. We can have everything we want in this world but without Christ our lives are meaningless.
To the youth, I was foreign, strange and unfamiliar yet at the same time I was one of them, a Nigerian. I didn’t understand them and couldn’t relate to them.
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