His Eminence, Reverend Emmanuel Mobiyina Oshoffa, Pastor and Supreme Head of the Celestial Church of Christ Worldwide, has again reiterated that there is no going back on the directives on cashless operations for the Celestial Church of Christ Worldwide.
Recall that Freelanews reported how a memo dated 15th August, 2022, with reference number CCC/WHQ/EMF/PO/PD-03/08-22, referred to the spiritual head’s deliberations with State Evangelist, Superintendents of Provinces (S.O.P) and Shepherds at a meeting on cashless operations in the CCC and how they must be implemented with immediate effect.
In another release shared with our correspondent, the church insists that the move is necessary for proper running of the ministry.
“This is to call the attention of all C.C.C. State Evangelists, all Administrative Divisional Heads, all District Heads, all Zonal Heads, all Provinces and Circuit Heads and particularly all Shepherds in Charge to the need for a proper and effective implementation of the recently introduced Cashless Policy of the Celestial Church of Christ Worldwide,” the head of CCCWorldwide media, Senior Evangelist Kayode Ajala, wrote.
In another memo dated Tuesday, 20th September, 2022, with reference number CCC/WHQ/EMF/PO/AD-CIR002/09-22, Revrd Oshoffa, has re-echoed and further clarified earlier directives on the Cashless Policy recently introduced in the church for immediate implementation.
- All Shepherds in Charge are to deduct the 1/3rd (One third) due to them before paying the remaining 2/3rd Pastoral Returns into the designated bank account of the Celestial Church of Christ Worldwide.
- The percentage/share due to State Evangelists, Administrative Divisional Evangelists, Provincial and Circuit Heads, should not be deducted before the remaining 2/3rd share is paid into the church’s designated bank account.
- The percentage/share due to State Evangelists, Administrative Divisional Heads, Provincial and Circuit Heads will be worked out and paid to them when His Eminence returns to the country.
“His Eminence, Reverend Emmanuel Mobiyina Oshoffa would like to emphasize that all church functionaries must ensure total compliance to the Cashless Policy as violators and deviants would be sanctioned,” SE Ajala submitted.