So it would appear that the Church of Nigeria considers diocesan bishops to exercise authority in an "area of jurisdiction" - that is, in a described territory.
At least on this the Church of Nigeria and The Episcopal Church are in agreement. There are occasions when members of the realignment crowd try to justify their actions in the US by claiming that they are visiting churches of their own unrelated to any diocesan jurisdictions in TEC. (See Archbishop Orombi's letter to the Presiding Bishop.) But Nigeria, at least, considers bishops to exercise authority in an AREA. That being the case, exercising an episcopal ministry in an AREA not one's own is in fact acting outside one's jurisdiction, and doing so is an incursion into another bishop's jurisdiction. Archbishop Orombi doesn't seem to understand.
Then again, the Church of Nigeria really doesn't believe what it says, or perhaps doesn't understand either.
Here is how it describes the Convocation of Anglicans in North America: "CANA is the Convocation of Anglicans in North America. Initially started to provide worship centres for Nigerians in North America, it is now a Missionary diocese of the Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion catering for many who feel alienated as their former church walks away from the faith once delivered."
As a Missionary Diocese, CANA has an area of jurisdiction, seemingly all of North America. Given what the CofN says about Sees, etc, Canadian, Mexican or US bishops of jurisdiction might find it a bit odd that Bishop Minns exercises ministry in their jurisdictions.
On May 17th at Falls Church, Virginia, CANA ordained eight persons. The 'area of jursidiction' that constitutes the See of the Diocese of Virginia includes Falls Church. I presume the Bishop of the Diocese of Virginia was not consulted regarding these ordinations.
Oh, now I remember. The Church of Nigeria does not consider the Bishop of Virginia any more to be a bishop of the Church of God, but rather of a church that "walks away from the faith once delivered."
So jurisdiction, See, and episcopal authority, and Anglican sensibility concerning the terminology is just garbage talk. It only works for Bishops and Sees that one considers orthodox enough.
The Communication Director of the Church of Nigeria, Archdeacon Popoola, is one of the bishops to be ordained. Congratulations to him. May he never have Anglican bishops exercising ministry in his area of jurisdiction without his approval.