The Chairman of the Governing Council, Adam Igbudu Christian Institute, Emevor and the Bishop of Warri Diocese, Anglican Communion, the Rt. Rev’d Christian Esezi Ide, JP, paid a Courtesy visit to the Vice Chancellor of the University of Port Harcourt Professor Owunari Abraham Georgewill on Friday, 9th December 2022.
The solemn visit was to show appreciation to the Vice Chancellor and his management team for the good works they are doing since his assumption of office, especially on the wonderful relationship between the University and Adam Igbudu Christian Institute Emevor.
It could be recalled that earlier this year, a team of experts from the National University Commission (NUC) paid a resource verification visit to Adam Igbudu Christian Institute Emevor and subsequently made public the success of the exercise and the Commission’s approval of the affiliation of both schools.
The action of the regulatory agency on the affiliation of AICI to the UNIPORT was akin to a crown on the astounding efforts of both Institutions as attested to by the NUC officials….
His lordship addressing the Vice Chancellor and his management team stated that, “we are not unaware of the common saying that ‘appreciation is application for an application for more’ but rather, we have come to say, in the serious of Cecilia Ahern, ‘thank you for the Yesterdays, today and the tomorrows that we await’ “. – Rt Rev C. E. Ide.
Our school today, produced 26 high flying graduands at the 10th convocation of Crowther Graduate Theological Seminary (CGTS) Abeokuta, in Theology (M.Th) and Divinity (M.Div). The Graduands from AICI got their certificates at the convocation with the Rector, Venerable Prof. Bernard Itebiye and his team in full attendance.
The Bishop’s Chaplain, Revd Wisdom Akpoviri, Revd Sunday Agah, Revd Wilful Chibuzor, and Catechist Amos Brighademor were part of the graduands. Congratulations to them all.
The annual Anglican Diocese of Warri “Manifest” kicked off yesterday at the Cathedral with his lordship, the Rt Revd C E Ide, JP declaring the event opened.
This year’s theme is “From glory to glory” with the text taken from 2Corinthians 3:18. The guest preacher, the Rt Revd Godfrey Ifeanyi Ekpenisi, the Bishop of the Diocese of Ika who spoke on the theme, dwelt on the topic Accessing God’s Glory.
Due to the covid19 protocol, the event was held at the Cathedral Church of St Andrew, Warri and broadcasted live to viewing centres across the Diocese and on the Diocesan social media platforms on Facebook and YouTube