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Cleric tasks Kwali chairman on infrastructures

A priest of St. Dominic Catholic Church, Kwali, Rev. Fr. Mathias Nwayowu, has called on the chairman of Kwali Area Council, Mr. Joseph Shazhin, to…

A priest of St. Dominic Catholic Church, Kwali, Rev. Fr. Mathias Nwayowu, has called on the chairman of Kwali Area Council, Mr. Joseph Shazhin, to provide infrastructure that will have direct bearing on the lives of residents of the council.
Speaking at a Thanksgiving service in honour of the chairman of the council, Joseph Shazhin, organized by the Kwali branch of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), the cleric said providing the needed amenities that will touch the lives of the people, especially the less privileged and vulnerable ones in the society, will be a good legacy people will always remember.
“And if the chairman can also develop the Kwali market, it will improve the revenue profile of the area council, as there is money in the market but it goes to private pocket. It is now the chairman’s duty to checkmate the sources of this money and block all leakages,” the cleric advised.
Also speaking, the Kwali branch chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Superior evangelist John Funsho Fabunmi, said the Christian body organized the  thanksgiving for the council chairman so that God will lead and guide him to succeed.
Among dignitaries that witnessed the thanksgiving were the vice chairman of the council, Alhaji Zubairu Jibrin Yewuti, a former chairman of the council, Mr Iliya Baza, senior pastors from different churches as well as friends and relatives of the chairman.

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