The Head of Celestial Church of Christ worldwide, Reverend/Pastor Osoffa, has appreciating the present administration in the State pledger you in the State led ny cooperation with the Board, urging government not to relent in improving the sub-sector for better performance.
This was made known during the visit of Ogun Alternate Medicine Board to the Head of Celestial Church of Christ worldwide, Reverend/Pastor Emmanuel Osoffa, at Imeko, in Imeko Afon Local Government Area of the State.
His words” we are very happy and proud to be part of success story of Ogun State Alternate Medicine practice, and I want us to know that it is not a new thing to the western world, by transforming herbs and other gift of nature to profitable venture for their economic growth.
I appreciate the present administrartion in the State led by Prince Dapo Abiodun for recognising Celestial Church , by bringing government’s programme to them for the first time” Osoffa Said.
The Chairman, Ogun State Alternate Medicine Board, Balogun Nurudeen Olaleye, said that the Board was created to accommodate everyone that provides healthcare services in other ways different from orthodox methods, and not necessarily to coordinate the congregations of people dealing with herbs.
He stated that the visit of the Board to the Celestial head was essential due to its involvement in the provision of spiritual healings, assuring of the State government’s support for all the practitioners including Churches.
‘’The Prince Dapo Abiodun administration is determined to transform every region within the State without marginalising any profession, and they too should be alive to their responsibilities as good citizens’’, Balogun Olaleye said.
Also, in their respective contributions, other chieftains of the Church, Superior Evangelists Ademola Oluwasegun and David Ogini lauded the effort of the Board to collate data base of practitioners, saying the development would enable people have more options to access affordable healthcare services and bring sanity to activities of members.
Press Officer, Ogun State Alternate Medicine Board