Ikeduru ACFF/AMF procures multi-purpose Direct Image printing machine

The Anglican Christians Fathers Fellowship/Anglican Men’s Fellowship (ACFF/AMF), Anglican Diocese of Ikeduru, last weekend added another feather to their cap when they commissioned a brand new multi-purpose Direct Image (D.I) Printing and Publishing machine estimated to have cost hundreds of thousand naira.
The commissioning ceremony which was performed by the Bishop of the Diocese, the Rt. Rev. Emmanuel Chigozie Maduwike, JP, took place at the ACFF/AMF Modern Business Centre Atta in the Ikeduru Council Area of Imo State.
In a brief address before the official commissioning, Bishop Maduwike thanked the fathers for their efforts and vision in contributing to the growth of the Diocese which, he said, would celebrate its 10th anniversary on Friday the 27th December, 2019, and enjoined them never to relent.
He also thanked the newly constituted executive of the ACFF/AMF led by Sir George Ohanyere and the Fellowship’s Chaplain, Rev. Canon Reuben Nwaiwu, for their team spirit and effort in making the fellowship one of the most lively in the Diocese.
The prelate enjoined them to cherish and protect the newly acquired machine so that the purpose of its acquisition would be achieved, adding that it is not enough acquiring the machine but to make positive use of it.
Bishop Maduwike advised them to reach out to people, places and churches within and outside the area so that their quality services would be showcased to the outside world.
He then commissioned the D.I Machine after a hard copy of a poster was clearly printed out from the machine amidst great applause.
Bishop Maduwike was also conducted round the other sections of the business outfit, including computer and secretarial, after which he prayed for the success of the venture.
Speaking after the commissioning ceremony the Diocesan Co-ordinator of  ACFF/AMF, Sir George Ohanyere thanked the Diocesan for finding time to grace the occasion despite his crowded engagements.
He promised to do his best to see that the project would achieve its purpose.
Speaking to Christian Voice, Sir Ohanyere said that the D.I machine is the first of its kind in the area, adding that the essence of procuring the machine was to alleviate the problems of many who always travel to many kilometers to solve their printing and publishing needs.
According to him, all things being equal, a computer training school would soon be established alongside the business centre to carter for prospective applicants for various computer skills.
He said that the multi-purpose D.I Machine can print, publish, accesses both local and international net-working, including digital photos, colour prints and others.
The event was attended by Archdeacons, ACFF/AMF Coordinators, priests and other.