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Pastor Peter Ishola Afolabi has been formally inducted as the Superintendent of Christ Apostolic Church, Love of God Zone, Mushin, Lagos State. The induction took place on Saturday November 28, 2020 at the Zonal headquarters, 20, Macaulay Street, Mushin in Lagos.
The induction was presided over by the Superintendent of CAC Olorunsogo DCC, who has just been promoted as the Regional Superintendent of Abuja, Pastor O.C. Chukwuezie.
He charged both the Superintendent and Church members to take good care of each other, noting that while the Pastor should feed the members with spiritual matters like undiluted word of God, counselling and prayers, the members should also be available to take care of the basic needs of their shepherd. He said this is the type of the relationship that can make both the Pastor and members of the Church happy as well as to bring dynamic growth to the Church.
Earlier in his welcome address, the Zonal Secretary, Pastor A.B. Agboola described the zone as one which was established by God and founded on a covenant promise, prophesied by the founding fathers since the 60s, testifying that the covenant was coming to manifestation by the induction.
The secretary also expressed his joy on behalf of the Church describing the Zonal Superintendent as a man of faith, who never believed there is something that could not be done or achieved, calling on all members and leaders to cooperate with him and support his leadership.
In his address the Zonal Superintendent, Pastor Peter Afolabi, took the opportunity to assure the Church of his zeal for evangelism and soul winning, saying, “I will like to use this medium to re-emphasise my divine mandate which I stated in my welcome address for our last year annual thanksgiving service, and that is to take the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to every nook and cranny not only of this country, Nigeria, but unto the end of the world, as I believe that is the major reason why God orchestrated my coming back home.” He promised to commence action immediately.
The Zonal Superintendent was born by parents of Erinjaile, a town in Yewa South Local Government of Ogun State.
He came to Lagos where he had more education and later secured job as a salesman at the Foods Division of the UAC from where he rose to the post of Marketing Manager.
As a very vibrant and promising youth he was very useful in the different departments of the Church, both in the Choir, Sunday School, Youth department and the Evangelical wing of the Church.
He attended Life Bible College, and later became a full time minister of God in 1979. He also attended CAC Theological Seminary in Ile Ife, LOJEM College of Theology and pastored many Churches in CAC.
He is presently the Chairman and Bloc leader of CPFN/PFN wing of CAN in Odi Olowo, Ojuwoye area of Mushin, Lagos State.
The programme was well attended by ministers from within and outside the zone.
CAC Love of God Zone has the following Districts and their Superintendents among which were Pastor D.D. Asaaju, of the Christ Affairs District, Pastor Adesina, Oshodi District, Pastor Oderinde, Olota District, Pastor R. O. Akorewolu, Afinimona District, Pastor Olajubu, Camp of Success, Pastor Adekunle Oke Itunu and Pastor Agboola of CAC Oke Ire District.

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