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Another history was made recently by the Ifako Ijaiye chapter of Lagos CAN as a new set of executives were elected and received mandate of leadership. The baton of leadership was changed from Bishop M. O. A Dare as Coordinator and handed over to Prophet Olubode Sobukola.

Other members of the old executives were Primate I. O. Oni as Deputy Coordinator, Prince C. O. Olatokun as Secretary, Rev Dr Festus Odeyemi as Treasurer and Rev. Dr. Prophetess Kehinde Alade as Assistant Secretary.

The new executives comprised Rev. Dr. Festus Odeyemi as Secretary, Bro Callistus Ukachukun as Assitant Coordinator, Deaconess O.A. Akinyemi as Treasurer and Rev. Prof Samson Omojola as Assistant Secretary.

In his valedictory remark the outgoing Coordinator, Bishop M. O. A. Dare was grateful to all the members and leaders in the chapter who had made their tenure a productive and fruitful one from 2013 when they took over and 2019 when they handed over.

Among their notable achievements were peaceful and amiable relationship among the members, and the chapther and those outside it. They also prided themselves in acquiring a two room office space with office equipments and generating sets to power its operations.

The outgone executives were also instrumental in the introduction of some unique and innovative ideas like seminars and workshops for members, sustenance of Mid Year Open Air Crusade, UJER Rallies, annual souvenirs, maintenance of Central Choir and Prayer Groups in the chapter.

The former executive was also noted for its accountability and welfare programmes for the members. For instance they introduced loan without interest to members as well as fattened the purse of the chapter.

In conclusion the outgone executive left behind a more united, a stronger, better and richer chapter then than met to the admiration of all. Present were leaders of different blocs that made the chapter and members from the groups.

The event was drawn to  an end with the annual carol service featuring groups from the blocs. The newly led executive promised to build on the good legacies of the outgone leaders and the sound foundation they had laid for them.



Julius Adegunna, a writer, and publisher of good news and reports. He is also a trainer in Writing and Publishing, a Media Consultant and an Entrepreneur. A 1987 Graduate of International Relations of the University of Ife, (Now Obafemi Awolowo University) with Post Graduate Diploma in International Relations, and Master in Communication Studies of Lagos State University. He lives in Lagos, Nigeria.

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