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Building collapse: Bishop urges LASG to enforce discipline

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In order to forestall future occurrences of collapsed building in Lagos, Bishop of Diocese of Lagos West (Anglican Communion), Rev James Olusola Odedeji has insisted that any building marked for demolition should be demolished accordingly and nobody should be allowed to occupy such building.  

Addressing journalists in Lagos yesterday as part of efforts to mark the end of the church’s intervention in 2019 General elections, he commiserated with families that lost their children and urged authorities in the state to stand for truth and holiness.

Speaking on the theme: ‘Towards restoring the pride of Lagos’, he noted that ‘the challenge to the incoming administration in Lagos is to partner with the people along the line of social contract. It should not be winner takes it all.

The Chairman, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Lagos State Branch, Apostle Alexander Bamgbola has congratulated Akinwunmi Ambode for the peaceful election in the state as he tasked the in-coming administration for sustenance of peace. Bamgbola gave this charge yesterday during the press briefing in Lagos on 2019 Inter-Denominational Divine Service (IDDS) with the theme, “Walking in the perfect image of God” scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at Shepherdhill Baptist Church, Mile 7, Ikorodu Road, Obanikoro, Lagos to commence 10.00 a.m.

He called on the entire five blocs of CAN, Catholic, Anglican, Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterians, Pentecostals among others which are under the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) to attend the prayer meeting which would be attended by Ambode, his wife, Bolanle, Sanwoolu and Hamzat where His Eminence, the Catholic Archbishop of Metropolitan See of Lagos, the Most Revd. Alfred Adewale Martins will be present as Guest Speaker.


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