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All saints cathedral committee commends Ven. Uzochukwu

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The Sub-dean of All Saints Cathedral, Onitsha, Venerable Obiora Uzochukwu has been commended and applauded for his efforts and initiatives at repositioning and reorganising the cathedral’s ministries and groups. The church has raised spiritually mature disciples of Christ through prayers, counseling, seminars, conferences, Bible studies and other related programmes towards propagating God’s work.

The commendation was made penultimate week at the end of year 2019 Cathedral committee meeting, held to review the cathedral’s activities and programmes.
At the meeting, the Cathedral committee and house of clergies noted that under Ven. Uzochukwu, the cathedral has been transformed towards realising a vibrant church through a powerful pulpit and prayer ministry.

Rev. Tony Okpala, Rev. Kenechukwu Aniefuna, Evang. Christy Okoagu, Dr. Lady Jessie Obicheta and Sir Chika Aghasili disclosed that Ven. Uzochukwu is father to all, as he carries everyone along, while working tirelessly to achieve his visions and programmes, which will take the cathedral to enviable heights. 

Extolling further the Sub-dean’s virtues, the committee stated that through his integration initiatives, ministers, programmes and groups, such as Men’s group, women’s group, the choir and band, mission team, welfare team, hospital and prisons team, Y.A.C, A.B.F and side persons, among others, have united to raise a caring and sharing congregation through teachings on giving, and actual help initiatives, such as scholarship, grants and care for widows.

In his response Ven. Uzochukwu said he would never relent in his efforts to uphold the church’s values and to nurture its growth.He pledged to always maintain the cathedral’s mission, vision statement and goals towards proclaiming the Gospel of Christ to inhabitants of Onitsha and beyond.


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