During the visit, the group expressed their heartfelt congratulations to Hon. Barr Chief Cosmas Ilemona Atabor for his appointment as the caretaker chairman of Igalamela Odolu local government. They commended his dedication and commitment to serving the people of the local government and expressed their confidence in his ability to lead with integrity and honesty.
Rev Odoh Ac, representing the Christian Association of Nigeria, spoke on behalf of the group and conveyed their warm wishes for a successful tenure. He emphasized the importance of working with honesty and transparency, and encouraged Hon. Barr Chief Cosmas Ilemona Atabor to prioritize the welfare and development of the people.
James Abel Ikagwu also expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to meet with the chairman and to offer their support as a Christian community. He mentioned the importance of unity and collaboration in achieving progress and urged Hon. Barr Chief Cosmas Ilemona Atabor to work closely with the Christian community to address the specific needs and concerns of the people.
Mrs Gloria , a prominent member of the CAN Igalamela Odolu Chapter, expressed his appreciation for the chairman’s efforts in promoting peaceful coexistence among different religious groups in the area. He highlighted the need for continued dialogue and understanding to foster harmony and unity.
Hon. Barr Chief Cosmas Ilemona Atabor expressed his gratitude to the Christian Association of Nigeria for their visit and kind words. He acknowledged their support and promised to work tirelessly for the betterment of the local government. He stressed the importance of inclusivity and promised to prioritize the needs of all residents, regardless of their religious backgrounds.
The visit concluded with a prayer for the success of Hon. Barr Chief Cosmas Ilemona Atabor’s tenure and for continued unity and progress in the local government. The Christian Association of Nigeria assured him of their continuous support and urged him to remain steadfast in his commitment to serving the people….