THE DEED OF CONSTITUTION OF “CELESTIAL CHURCH OF CHRIST, NIGERIA DIOCESE” formerly registered as “CELESTIAL CHURCH OF CHRIST MAKOKO VILLAGE YABA” under The Land (Perpetual Succession) Ordinance, Cap. 107, made
the 29th day of March, 1980 and duly executed for and on behalf of CELESTIAL CHURCH OF CHRIST, NIGERIA DIOCESE (hereinafter referred to as “THE CHURCH”) by persons whose names are set out in the first Schedule to this Deed having been authorised to do so by the Reverend Pastor Prophet Founder in whom resides the authority of the Church.
WHEREAS the Church has its National (Diocesan) Headquarters at 12/15 Church Street, Makoko, Yaba, Lagos State and the world-wide International Headquarters of Celestial Church of Christ is at Mission House, Ketu, Lagos State.
AND WHEREAS the Church was duly incorporated in Nigeria on the twenty-fourth day of November 1958 under the Land (Perpetual Succession) Ordinance CAP. 107,as a Spiritual Community of Christian believers and worshippers.
AND WHEREAS the Constitution under which it was incorporated was by a notice dated the 28th day of March, 1980 amended and replaced by this New Constitution which is of a more comprehensive nature based on the set of rules, regulations and Christian tenets forming the body of worship of the Church and of its evangelical mission of redemption.
BE IT ENACTED and it is hereby enacted that the New Constitution of the Church to be known as “CONSTITUTION OF CELESTIAL CHURCH OF CHRIST (NIGERIA DIOCESE)” as set out in the Second Schedule to this Deed is hereby inaugurated.
IN WITNESS whereof each and every one of us duly accredited so to do in the capacity aforesaid hereunto set our respective hand and seal.
Samson Olatunde Banjo
SAMSON OLATUNDE BANJO.
Oluremi olusoga ogunlesi
OLUREMI OLUSOGA OGUNLESI
Josiah Kayode Owodunni
JOSIAH KAYODE OWODUNNI
Olayinka Afolabi Adefeso
OLAYINKA AFOLABI ADEFESO
Samuel Olatunji Ajanlekoko
SAMUEL OLATUNJI AJANLEKOKO
Alexander abiodun bada
ALEXANDER ABIODUN BADA
SAMUEL BILEHOU JOSEPH OSHOFFA
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