The Secretary to the Government of the Federation, (SGF) Barr. Boss Mustapha is among the newly re-appointed National Vice Presidents of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International – Nigeria, according to a release from the national headquarters of the body. The Appointments which took immediate effect is among the measures announced by the newly re-elected National President of the Fellowship, Arc. Ifeanyi Odedo, in a move, he said was to consolidate on the efforts of the organizations to fulfil its mandate.
Mr. Boss Mustapha, until his appointment as SGF, has been the National Vice President, International Outreaches to the organization – a position he retains. Others include Engr. Okeoma Agu – National Vice President Conventions and Barr. Isaac Okpanachi – National Vice President National Outreaches. Arc. Adebowale Ademo however became the new kid in the block with his fresh appointment as National Vice President – Capacity Building, to replace the late former National Vice President, Engr. Adetokunbo Obayan, who passed on last year.
The National President also announced the creation of two additional Districts, bringing the operational districts in Nigeria to 24. The new Districts include North Central 5 District – carved out of North Central 1 District and South South 4 District – carved out from South South 1 District. Two new District Coordinators were appointed to lead the newly carved out Districts namely: Dr Jeremiah Abutu and Mr Festus Nwokafor the respectively.
In the same vein, a new District Coordinator, Mr. David Maseli, has been appointed to superintends over the North Central 1 District, whose former District Coordinator – Mr. Victor Emmanuel has been moved to the headquarters as the Chairman, National Conventions Committee. Similarly, a new National Committee of Media and Publicity came on stream with Mr. Cosmas Uzodinma as its new Chairman.
In a letter communicating the new appointments and changes to the new officers, the National Secretary, Dr. Charles Ayanbene indicated that National President made these appointments with the conviction that, as the Fellowship depends on the Holy Spirit, it hopes to grow the work in leaps and bounds in the next three years.