Anglican Province of Ibadan

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The Ibadan Province is an ecclesiastical province of the Church of Nigeria. It was created when the division into ecclesiastical provinces was adopted in 2002, and it comprises 19 dioceses, 117 archdeaconries and 623 parishes.[1] The present Archbishop of Ibadan Province is Segun Okubadejo, who is also the Bishop of the Diocese of Ibadan North. He succeeded Joseph O. Akinfenwa.

It comprises the following 19 dioceses:

  • Ajayi Crowther (11 March 2007; bishop: Olugbenga Olukemi Oduntan)
  • Ekiti Kwara (26 May 2008; bishop: Andrew Ajayi)
  • Ibadan (25 January 1952; bishop: Joseph O. Akinfenwa)
  • Ibadan North (14 December 1998; bishop: Segun Okubadejo)
  • Ibadan South (13 July 1999; bishop: Jacob A. Ajetunmobi)
  • Ife (4 November 1990; bishop: Oluranti Odubogun)
  • Ife East (28 May 2008; bishop: Rufus M. Okeremi)
  • Igbomina (14 July 1999; bishop: Michael O. Akinyemi)
  • Ilesa (2 November 1974; bishop: S. O. Sowole)
  • Jebba (25 May 2008; bishop: S. T. G. Adewole)
  • Kwara (1 November 1974; bishop: Olusegun Adeyemi)
  • New Bussa (9 March 2007; bishop: Israel A. Amoo)
  • Offa (14 July 1999; bishop: Akintunde A. Popoola)
  • Ogbomoso (18 March 2005; bishop: M. A. A. Osunade)
  • Oke-Ogun (11 March 2007; bishop: Solomon O. Amusan)
  • Oke-Osun (25 January 1993; bishop: N. O. Fasogbon)
  • Omu-Aran (10 March 2007; bishop: P. A. Adeyemo)
  • Osun (3 August 1987; bishop: James Afolabi Popoola)
  • Oyo (19 November 2003; bishop: Jacob Ola Fasipe)

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