New Presbyterial Secretary for Tubah Boyo Commisioned

The new Presbyterial secretary for Tubah Boyo the Reverend Akalambi Rogers was empowered

and commissioned recently at the presbytery seat P.C.C Tubah presided over by the Synod

Clerk of the PCC the Reverend Abwenzoh William in collaboration with the Moderator’s

Representative in the North West Region, the Reverend Jum Ignatius

With inspiration from Romans 6:19- 23 , the Synod Clerk first paid glowing tribute to the late

Reverend Nkweti George former Moderator’s Representative NWR, who passed on to eternity a

few days before the induction service

Reflecting on the theme, “when we relate our services in Christ we see ourselves as slaves in

Christ the master,” the Lord’s servant reminded the faithful to be slaves in Christ and not slaves

in sin while charging the new Presbytery Leader for Tubah Boyo to be a slave for Christ in the

by making sure he fulfils his mission and goals in the Presbytery and one of such he said was the

new baby school of PCC in the Presbytery PCSS Akou Bambili, consolidating efforts towards

its growth to make sure it is one of the positive points of the Presbytery. Reverend Akalambi

was also charged to make efforts towards the reorientation of the minds of Christians, while the

Presbyters were invited to rally behind the Chief Shepherd of the Presbytery..

Before his induction the profile of this missionary servant of God as the Synod Clerk described

him was presented by the Secretary Committee of the Ministry, the Reverend Professor

Anyambod Emmanuel. Born in 1964 in Konda Njikwa subdivision the Reverend Akalambi

after going through stages and programs in education, harvested a number of certificates and

prominent amongst them were, a certificate in Rural Society of Arts Stage 1 and 2, GCE

Advanced and Ordinary levels, Bachelor in Theology and a Bachelor of Science in Business

Administration. The Reverend Akalambi before his current position has served as Parish Pastor

of Lebialem, Nsem, Bafut, Bambili, Nitop 1/ Mbomassa and Alabukam in Mezam. He is married

to Winifred Akalambi and is blessed with five children.

Welcoming all to the event the Chairperson of Tubah Elder Fon Patrick like the Vice

Chairperson of the Presbytery Elder Ful Philip all promissed to support the newly inducted

wholeheartedly whom they said has proven to be a diehard servant of the PCC in speech and

action which to them is a testimony that teaching by example edifies Christian spirituality.

On his part the newly inducted expressed gratitude to all for the support and especially to the

staffing committee who found him worthy to serve the flock of Tubah Boyo. He did not fail to

equally thank his predecessor who started work in the presbytery by laying a solid foundation.

His prayer is that all should collaborate with him for the growth of the Presbytery as the

Presbytery has a lot of challenges. Being a Presbytery with many academic institutions he invited

all to the rally behind him leaving so much of educational engagements and let all focus on Jesus

Christ.

The synod clerk of the PCC while appreciating the humble spirit of the newly inducted prayed

that as an independent church all should strive towards contributing their light to surpass

challenges faced. One of the challenges, being PCSS Akou Bambili. He invited Christians of the

presbytery and beyond to not only focus on supporting the school through fundraising events but

also send their kids to the school.

By Rosaline Obah