St. Agnes Board Of Church Warden Elect Officers 

Moses Ofodeme
Prince Sina Ademuyewo, an entrepreneur and business promoter, has advised the newly elected officers of the Board of Church Warden, BCW at St. Agnes Catholic Church, Maryland Lagos, to use the mission to foster unity in the Church and ultimately the entire country.
Ademuyewo, admonished the newly elected executive to build capacity of young talented minds to create opportunities that will promote unity using the social media platforms.
Speaking on Sunday after the Board’s general election, he said the Church has a major responsibility to mould characters for socio-economic development and transformation of the country.
“Character and attitude is key to society transformation and using evangelism would help to enhance activities of transformation and society such as the Board of Church Warden, is a critical unit and a launch pad for character moulding. We are in a digital age and I think most of you are conversant with these tools and it is important we deploy it effectively for good of the society.
The important thing here is to see how we can use all these to build capacity and make the Board more acceptable and respected” he added.
In his acceptance remarks, newly elected Chairman of the Board, Chika Izuora, assured of providing leadership that will engender discipline and transparency
Izuora, commended Ademuyewo, for his unflinching support for the Board, and called for support of members in the task of sustaining the Board.
He said the new leadership will drive commitment, discipline and capacity development of members.
He commended immediate past chairperson of the Board, Mrs. Okhumeode for restoring hope and providing strong leadership especially at the heat of the COVID-19.
The newly elected officers are  Mr Chika Izuora, Chairman,  Mr Vitus Ngobidi vice Chairman and Secretary – Ms Omowunmi Adenusi.
Others are, Ass Sec – Ms Chidinma Ezeh
Financial Sec – Mr Amuche Ekwueme, Treasurer – Mr Adaobi Alex-Oni, Welfare 1 – Mrs Lucy Ekoyo and Welfare 2 – Ms Ulumma Obaegbu

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