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Anglican bishop appoints Meka Olowola as commissary

Anglican bishop appoints Meka Olowola as commissary
July 31
20:41 2020

Emmanuel Onsachi, bishop of the Anglican diocese of Okene, Kogi state, has appointed Meka Olowola as bishop’s commissary.


Olowola is a fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants and managing partner of Zenera Consulting.

His appointment, which was announced in a letter signed by the bishop, is effective from July 24.

As commissary, Olowola will serve as the bishop’s official representative and exercise ecclesiastical jurisdiction in Lagos.


By this mandate, Olowola becomes an official of the diocese and a member of the diocesan board and synod.

“There is a crucial need for dedicated brethren joining hands with the Master-Jesus and the Bishop, who is the chief missioner of the Diocese, to make the gospel of greater impact to the land, building on the good legacies bequeathed to us by our forebears,” the letter reads.

“By constitutional provision as a diocese, the bishop is required to prayerfully seek resourceful and spirited individuals and appoint them as commissaries, who serve as Bishop’s Representatives in any part of the world.


“This is necessary because he has global pastoral responsibilities to his parishioners and friends spread abroad beyond his immediate see and he would require their cooperation and services as the need arises.”

Olowola is said to have over 23 years of experience as a communications specialists in Africa.

He is an alumnus of the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna state.

The new commissary holds certificates from Harvard Business School for Sustainable Business Strategy and Colorado State University for Change Management.



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