Oyo Christian Journalists Congratulate Former CAN Chairman @ 50th Wedding Anniversary

The Nigerian Association of Christian Journalists (NACJ), Oyo state on Friday Congratulates the immediate past Chairman, Christian Association Of Nigeria (CAN), Oyo State, and his wife Pastor & Mrs Benjamin Akanmu on their 50th wedding anniversary.

NACJ in a release on Friday morning through its spokesperson, Adeola Badru on behalf of the Chairman, Lekan Shobo Shobowale described the historic anniversary as pleasing to heart and model for couples.

The Association described Pastor Benjamin Akanmu as a strong pillar of support in the last few months of its establishment prayed for great years of accomplishment and togetherness for the celebrants.

“On behalf of the Chairman, NACJ, Oyo State, Lekan Shobo Shobowale, members of the executive and entire Christian Journalists in Oyo State, we celebrate with you and wish you greater years in love and abundance of God’s grace, Congratulations sir.” the release concluded.

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