Church should add value to people’s lives —Akinfenwa

THE Bishop of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Diocese of Ibadan, Most Reverend Joseph Akinfenwa, has charged his Abia counter-part, Most Reverend Ikechi Nwosu and Dean, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, to continue to add value to people’s lives.

This was the submission at the thanksgiving/reception ceremony held in honour of Archbishop Nwosu to mark his new elevation as Dean of the Church of Nigeria.

Bishop Akinfenwa, who was the guest preacher at the event held at St. Stephen‘s Cathedral, Umuahia, Abia State, on Saturday called on members of the church to continue to pray for Most Revd Nwosu whose elevation he described as well deserved.

In their separate messages at the event, Chairman, Abia State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and member of the church, Chief Johnson Onuigbo, thanked members for their support and prayed for god’s guidance for the new Dean.

Chairman, fund-raising sub-committee, Sir Gabriel Onyedilefu; elderstatesman in the church and Head of Glaono Enterprises, Umuahia, Sir Ebenezer Offor;  retired federal permanent secretary, Sir Mac John Nwaobiala; Vice Chancellor, Abia State University, Uturu, Prof. E.U. Ikonne; Provost, College of Medicine, Gregory University, Uturu, Sir (Prof.) Joshua Ogbonnaya, among others, all appreciated God for Nwosu’s elevation.