"We will conclude with a glorious celebration on Sunday, December 9, at 2 p.m., at which Archbishop Peter Akinola will consecrate our four bishops-elect: Roger Ames, David Anderson, Amos Fagbamiye, and Nathan Kanu… "
So who will be the other consecrators? Bishop Minns and Bena? Will Bob Pittsburgh be among them? Dare any member of The Episcopal Church House of Bishops be co-consecrators? Will there be others from "not in communion" Anglican bodies who will take part in the consecration?
For an Episcopal Church bishop to take part in the ordination of a bishop in a church not in communion with this church, the ordination taking place within the jurisdiction of the Episcopal Church raises all sorts of canonical issues. If The Moderator of the ACN took part in the laying on of hands at the ordination of the bishops in Kenya and Uganda much the same issues arise, but the clarity of the problem is greater if it takes place in the jurisdiction of the Episcopal Church.