The Lagos Chapter of the Christian Affiliation of Nigeria (CAN) mourned Prelate Sunday Kofi-Mbang who died at age 85 on Wednesday.
The Chairman of CAN Lagos chapter, Bishop Stephen Adegbite, who spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos, mentioned he become as soon as disturbed at the death of the cleric.
He described Mbang, a worn prelate of the Methodist Church and worn President of the Christian Affiliation of Nigeria (CAN), as a marvelous and aloof man whose wealth of disaster option abilities become as soon as unrivalled.
In maintaining with him, it become as soon as all the procedure in which through his time because the chief of the Methodist Church that the 30-365 days-used disaster of the Church become as soon as resolved.
“His tenure recommended model in every dwelling of the church that he grew to become the chief of church previous Nigeria to the overall of the African continent.
“His aloof disposition earned him numerous accolades and followership amongst his peers and others.
“He become as soon as deep in the scripture, such that he preached with ease in the Hebrew language and in the used testomony.
“He become as soon as discontinuance to God that his prayers had been alive to and impactful on the faithful.
“His correct works and non secular system to the effectively-being of faithfuls made his reign because the chief of the church to be elongated to 22 years; a feat no person earlier than him and I doubt after him, there shall be a particular individual that can perchance perchance attain it.
*His length as CAN president become as soon as eventful and result oriented as he used his space to fight the militia to a standstill; that compelled them to come power to the folk in 1999,” he mentioned.
Adegbite, an Archbishop of the Methodist Church, prayed that God must mute bless Nigeria with folk like Mbang, significantly now that the country become as soon as in transition.
He prayed God to repose his soul and forgive his shortcomings.