CAC Census 2024: Regional volunteer champions trained on conducting hitch free census, use of census app

Chairman, CAC Research and Development (R&D) Committee, Pastor Engineer Abraham Ekebafe addressing the volunteers 

By 'Gbenga Bankole &Boluwatife Oparinde 

Ahead of the Christ Apostolic Church Census 2024, and as part of the scheduled activities for the smooth running of the church census, the first batch of training of census volunteers has held on Friday, January 19, 2024 at the All Saints' Chapel, CAC General Secretariat, Ibadan, Oyo State.

The training was organized by the Research and Development Department of CAC Nigeria and Overseas, for Regional Census Champions - individuals who will conduct training sessions in their respective regions to ensure that all volunteers are well-prepared for their roles.

The Principal Officers of the church, who graced the training session shared their goodwill messages, encouraging the volunteers to chart the course of the census effectively towards the development of the church.

In his address, the President of the church, Pastor Samuel O. Oladele told the volunteers that, "this training is a testament of our commitment to excellence and precision in undertaking this vital initiative. I want to express my appreciation to each volunteer who has stepped forward to take on the responsibilities of a census officer. Your dedication reflects a deep love for our church and a genuine desire to contribute to its well-being."

The CAC General Superintendent, Pastor E. O. Odejobi also gave his words to the trainees, saying that "you have been chosen by God among millions for this task, you are really commendable."

"Numerical growth is one of the things that add values and glory to the church. I pray you to be faithful and honest. The Lord endow you with strength, grace and wisdom," Pastor Odejobi said.

In his remarks, the CAC General Evangelist, Prophet Hezekiah O. Oladeji, explained that the church census is a divinely orchestrated activity that would change the course of many things, explaining that being counted during the census does not equal being in the register of God.

Attesting that the census has the support of God and CAC Church authorities, the General Evangelist prayed for the volunteers and the success of the census. 

Presentation of census materials to the Principal Officers followed their remarks.

Earlier in his address, the Chairman, CAC Research and Development (R&D) Committee, Pastor Engineer Abraham Ekebafe, briefed that the R&D "continually strive to enhance how we connect, communicate, and serve ojr members. As we forge ahead into the future, guided by faith and inspired by the teaching of Christ, CAC remains committed to the pursuit of knowledge and the continuous development of strategies that will empower our church to flourish and thrive in the years to come."

While the Secretary of the committee, Pastor Dr. Peter Olanrewaju introduced the participants, Pastor Michael Adetunji and Pastor Tolu-Tope Dada took the practical training session for the volunteers. 

The training session included how to conduct hitch free census across the designated districts for every volunteer, and the use of the developed census application. All the questions, observations and recommendations raised by the volunteers were attended to.

The first batch of the training organized for  regional volunteer champions from Essien, Orogun, Babalola, Sophia Ajayi, Pearce, Akilling, Akinyele and Hanson regions, attracted a huge amount of people to commended the move of the church authority and commended the training by the R&D committee members.

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