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PFN considers code of ethics for leaders, members

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For self-regulation, accountability, and transparency in the post-CAMA era, the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) is to launch a code of ethics for its leaders and members.

In a telephone chat, the body’s National President, Rev. (Dr.) Felix Omobude, said the move would serve as checks and balances for all churches under the fellowship and address the concerns of government.

He explained that the proposed principles that would be tailored after best international practices are to correct misconceptions about church leadership.

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