New CAN Chairman, Other Officers Inaugurated In Rivers

A new Chairman has been inaugurated for the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rivers State Branch with other officers.

The inaugurated officers include His Grace, Most Rev. Dr. Dokiboeriya Bray Kaladokubo who is the new Chairman of CAN and Vice Chairman, Rev. Ekhifoh Sunday Ehozin. Other officers include Very Rev Fr Michael Akere Ese (Secretary), Rev. Okoh Joseph (Treasurer) and Snr Pastor Prince .P. Godwill, Esq (Assistant Secretary).

They were inaugurated yesterday by President of Christian Association of Nigeria, His Eminence, Most Rev. Dr. Daniel Okoh represented by South-South Chairman, CAN, His Grace, Archbishop Ege Isreal Eniyekenimi at Ecumenical Centre in Port- Harcourt.

The President of CAN, Most Rev. Dr. Okoh, urged them to have vision. He also said they should be servant leaders.

He also urged the newly elected officers to have uncommon strength.

In his response, the new Chairman of CAN, Rivers State, Most Rev. Dr. Bray Kaladokubo, said they would work in line with the vision of the founding fathers of CAN adding that the new team is equipped with competence and character.

He said he was overwhelmed with joy being inaugurated as Chairman of CAN.

Earlier, the guest Speaker, His Eminence, Apostle King David Zilly Aggrey, said in a message that there should be decency and orderliness in Pentecostal churches.

He urged the new Chairman of CAN to work with his conscience and smile in face of challenges saying also he should not take revenge.

Speaking as immediate past Chairman of CAN, Most Special Apostle Stanley O. N. Dimkpa, said he had been blessed by God while serving as Chairman of CAN despite challenges and expressed gratitude  for support he had received also saying that he united the church as Chairman of CAN.

Prayers were offered for Rivers State and the governor, Chief Nyesom Wike, and his team and for the country.

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