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CCF marks anniversary, empowers youths, visits orphanage home


[FILES] Celestial Church of Christ

Celestial Corper’s Fellowship National Alumni, a Christian organisation that caters for serving corpers across the country, where fellowship exists, has concluded plans to train youths across the six geo-political zones that would take the body of Christ to greater heights.

The group’s national chairman, Itoya Moses, who disclosed this during their 10th anniversary held in Abia State, said the group’s vision was to promote unity among the Celestial Church of Christ, with emphasis on youth development. Moses commended the seamless transition programme from Celestial Student parishes across the nation to Corper’s Fellowship through the engagement of stakeholders immediately after the emergence of the body. The outcome is the database of all Celestial Servicing corpers and Alumni in Nigeria.


He stressed that the same programme would continue to spread from Abuja for the North, Edo/Port Harcourt for the Southsouth and Lagos the grand finale early next year 2021, with an award for those that had contributed in one way or the other to make the country grow.

He said: “We visited the Daughter of Mary Mother of Mercy (DMMM) Compassion Home, Ahiaeke, Umuahia, Abia State and gave the orphanage cash, foodstuff, beverages, shoes, clothes, toiletries and Indomie, among others.” They also empowered over 3, 000 youths on a technological device, as well as taught them on basic computer knowledge, soap making, baking of bread and others, during the anniversary.

The body also honoured Prophet Kingsley Uchendu, Superior Evangelist Bejide Babatunde and Superior Evangelist Emmanuel Akande, as well as two monarchs for their support and contributions.


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