Sanctions now await erring Ikeduru Knights

Stiffer sanctions now await it erring knights and ladies of Ikeduru Diocese who, without good reasons, absent themselves from the activities of the council.
This is one of the decisions taken at the end of its first business meeting of the year that took place at St Paul’s Anglican Church, Umuhu Atta, in the Ikeduru Council Area of Imo State   weekend.
Christian Voice learnt that the move was to stem absenteeism among its members, and at the same time instill discipline, sanity and confidence into the order.
In the meeting in which the past activities of the council were reviewed and new strategies mapped out, members resolved that henceforth, all knights and ladies living within the country who absent themselves from council’s programmes and activities as, retreat, business meetings, burial, annual chapter meeting and others without good, reasons would be made  to pay fines.
In the event of the annual chapter meeting, the council resolved that double penalty would be imposed, including those living act side the country.
Addressing members, the Acting President of the council, Sir George Iwuchukwu described 2018 as a year of new dawn, both in activities and in the life styles of the members.
He commended the commitments of some members of the council and said that although the year under review was not pleasant even in the whole country, members would not use it as an excuse to slack in zeal.
Sir Iwuchukwu enjoined them to work very hard while trusting in God, adding that the Almighty God would see them through.
On financial positions of the members, the council boss lamented the high profile indebtedness of some members and pleaded with all to pay up to enable the council fulfill its numerous financial obligations.
Sir Iwuchukwu used the opportunity to remind the knights and ladies of their up-coming activities which include, out-reaches in support of church stations and institution, and the 2018 chapter meeting stated to hold between 5th and 6th of May 2018 at the Cathedral church of St Mathew Atta.He thanked all for their co-opector, especially the knight superior, the Rt. Rev.  Emmanuel Chigozie Maduwike, JP, and his wife, Mrs Anuli Maduwike (Nnedinma Ikeduru) for their continued support to the council.

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