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WCAHR, IPCSL inaugurated in Nigeria as Blessing Akinlosotu becomes national commandant

World Chaplain Association Human Rights, (WCAHR), in collaboration with International Police Chaplain Sustainable Development and Law Enforcement, Inc., (IPCSL), has inaugurated its Nigeria Chapter in…

World Chaplain Association Human Rights, (WCAHR), in collaboration with International Police Chaplain Sustainable Development and Law Enforcement, Inc., (IPCSL), has inaugurated its Nigeria Chapter in Abuja.

The Head of Mission for the International Chaplain Officers Training in Nigeria, Amb. Captain Kafu Ata Hounakey JP, in his welcome address said, “Nigeria is the heart of Africa, and converging all our forces for the socio-economic and political stability of its people is an act for the salvation of all the African continent.

The National Commandant, Blessing Akinlosotu said, “It is a privilege for us to voluntarily offer our services in a very special way to people in need starting with our community and expanding to cities, countries, states and internationally.”

Officers inaugurated are National Commandant, Blessing Akinlosotu; Deputy National Commandant, Dr. Raymond Edoh; Deputy National Commandant, Amb. Samson O. Adeosun; Assistant National Commandant on Special Duties and Intelligence, Amb. Prince Victor Alobari; Assistant National Commandant on Finance and Administration, Amb. Stephen Abraham Narai; Assistant National Commandant on Legal Matters and Human Rights Amb. Barr. Aysha Mohammed; Assistant National Commandant on Forensic, Research and Statistics, Amb. Abraham Kwaghfan; Assistant National Commandant on Conflict Resolution and Diplomacy, Amb. Innocent K. Nweke and Assistant National Commandant on Operation, Training and Development, Amb. Dayo Adeniyi.

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