Anglican Province of Lagos

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For the Roman Catholic province, see Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos.

The Ecclesiastical Province of Lagos is one of the 14 ecclesiastical provinces of the Church of Nigeria. It comprises 13 dioceses.[1] The first archbishop was the Most Rev. Ephraim Ademowo, since the province of Lagos was created, in 2002 until 2013. The current archbishop is the Most Rev. Michael Fape.[2]

The 13 dioceses are:

  • Awori (Bishop: J. Akin Atere)
  • Badagry (Bishop: Joseph Adeyemi)
  • Egba (Bishop: Emmanuel Adekunle)
  • Egba West (Bishop: Samuel Ajani)
  • Ifo (Bishop: Nathaniel Oladejo Ogundipe)
  • Ijebu (Bishop: Ezekiel Awosoga)
  • Ijebu-North (Bishop: Solomon Kuponu)
  • Lagos (Bishop: Ephraim Ademowo)
  • Lagos Mainland (Bishop: B. C. Akinpelu Johnson)
  • Lagos West (Bishop: James Odedeji)
  • Remo (Bishop: Michael Fape)
  • Yewa, formerly Egbado (Bishop: Michael Adebayo Oluwarohunbi)
  • Ijebu Southwest (Bishop: Babatunde Ogunbanwo)

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