Group, Babcock varsity sign MoU on manpower

The President, Church Administrators Society of Nigeria (CASON), Pastor Seyi Oladimeji, has said the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) the society signed with Babcock University, Ilishan, Ogun State, will bridge the managerial skills gap in church administration in Nigeria.

Speaking in an interview on the sideline of CASON’s fourth Annual Conference in Lagos, Oladimeji said with the deal, CASON and Babcock University will commence registration for 2017/2018 Executive Diploma in Church Administration, which could be used to study Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in church administration.

He said CASON believes that those saddled with administering church resources, both human and material, needed the requisite knowledge that will help them do it better. “Because most of the people administering the churches in Nigeria are not trained, especially those in the Pentecostals,” he said.

(The Nation)

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