By Chris Tion
Associate Parish Priest, St. Agnes Wuye, Fr. Alao with members of the new CMO ExecutivesThe Catholic Men Organization of Nigeria (CMO), St Agnes’ Parish, Wuye, last Sunday, presented her new executive committee members to the altar of God for blessings.

The eleven-man executive team has been saddled with the responsibility of piloting the affairs of the CMO for the next two years.

In his remarks, the new CMO Chairman, Brother Theophilus Adegor, on behalf of the new executives, expressed appreciation to the entire Church, the members of the CMO, the Parish Priest, Rev. Fr. Anthony Onyeso and the Associate Parish Priest, Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Alao for the trust reposed in him and his team by giving them the mandate to pilot the affairs of the CMO of the parish.

“It is God’s blessing and not a call to raise oneself up or to show that one is better than others. No!” He said. “It’s a call to service,” and appealed to all the men in the Church to support the new executives so that together they would carry out the projects at hand.

He stated that the executives would be open to new ideas and implored parishioners not to hesitate in sending in their suggestions.

He disclosed that the first task his team would embark upon would be to organize an end of the year get-together for the parish “To that effect”, he pointed out that “a committee will be set up to organize the event”.

The inauguration of the CMO executives took place precisely one week after the parish inaugurated her Laity Council.

The members include Brother Theo Adegor, Chairman; Brother Paul Kouame, Vice Chairman; Brother Chris Tion, General Secretary; Brother Boi Sunday, Assistant General Secretary; Brother Felix Alele, Financial Secretary, Brother Ignatius Ayodele, Assistant Financial Secretary; Brother Clement Odeh, Treasurer; Brother Muyiwa Babatola, Public Relations Officer; Brother Tony Awoka, Welfare Officer; Brother Moses Okpanachi, Provost I and Brother Kenneth Okafor, Provost II.

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