CLAM: Staff get land, cash at service award ceremony

David Adenekan
David Adenekan
CLAM: Staff get land, cash at service award ceremony
CLAM award ceremony

Thirty-two employees were honoured on Thursday at the Service Awards Ceremony of the Christ Livingspring Apostolic Ministry, CLAM, held as part of activities marking its 25th anniversary.

Landed property, certificates, plaques, and cash were given to the awardees who were honoured for their long and exemplary service to the ministry.

The event was held inside the CLAM Event Centre, Omole.

Twelve employees bagged the long service awards for putting in years of credible service ranging from nine years to 23 years, while 20 employees received meritorious and exemplary service awards.

Pastor Wole Oladiyun, Senior Pastor, CLAM Global, commended the awardees for their dedication and commitment to the vision of the ministry.

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He praised them for remaining faithful and loyal despite the challenges that had faced the ministry in the course of its 25 years of existence.

He reiterated CLAM’s commitment to human capital development and employee satisfaction.

Responding on behalf of the honourees, Pastor Imoh Ekpin, who was honoured for his 17 years of service, thanked the Management of CLAM for the recognition, and promised that all the awardees would continue to do their best to exceed the expectations of the ministry.

CLAM was established on April 2, 1998, after Pastor Wole Oladiyun received a divine call.

Activities marking its Silver Jubilee anniversary commenced on December 4 and will end with a thanksgiving service on Sunday, December 10.

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