ANCEDRAM to complete national secretariat building, call on members to be part

By Oluwafemi Dosu
After extensive deliberation by the Board of National Executive, BONE of All Nigeria Conference of Evangelical Drama Ministers, ANCEDRAM, a conclusion has been reached to complete the abandoned national secretariat building located in Lagos.
According to a press release signed by the National Publicity Director, Finest Uwaoma and sent to Gospel Film News, the decision was made on Sunday, 24th of June, 2018 at the last meeting of BONE.
“The president and the entire BONE members of ANCEDRAM are set to complete the secretariat building located in Lagos.  This drastic move was unanimously taken during the last BONE meeting held last Sunday the 24th of June, 2018.  After extensive deliberation on the building, the BONE members said it’s a big shame that ANCEDRAM is still squatting from one borrowed office to another in search of space,” he stated.
In the statement, cost  to complete the building was also included as presented at the meering which include:
Electric installations===== #130,000
Plumbing===== #90,000
Plastering==== #150,000
oors=== #210,000
 Burglary proof =====#70,000
Tiles===== #300,000
Painting==== #50,000
Furniture components ===== #300,000
Miscellaneous ==== #130,000     
To set the ball rolling, BONE members raised money to take care of the installations and plumbing works.
The president however directed work to begin on the site immediately. To allow other members of the association partake in the project, list of what is to be done has been listed.
“You may wish to jointly or individually make contribution by selecting any capacity you can support. All payment should be forwarded to ‘GTB  0121974511’ or ‘First bank  2021969375’ Account with the name : Ancedram,” he concluded.

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