Elder Eyo Inuekim: Who The Cap Fits!!!
.Receives prestigious Knight of John Wesley honour
By Silas Onuoha
The popular saying, ‘Who the cap fits, should wear it’ came true yesterday in the case of Elder Eyo Inuekim, an Assistant Comptroller of Customs, when he received the prestigious ‘Knight of John Wesley Award’ (KJW), from the Methodist Church of Nigeria
‘Knight of John Wesley’ an Award, which is highly respected in the Nigerian society, was bestowed on Eyo, who is also an Elder in the Church, together with other awardees, for their consistency in serving the Church at all times.
During the conferment, the Preacher, Rev. Daniel Agbese, described Eyo and other recipients of KJW honour, as being hard working and known for humanitarian work in the Church.
He enthused, “We are conferring this honour on deserving Methodists for their consistency in serving the Church and humanity. They have served at various capacities like Circuit Stewards and other committees”.
The conferment was witnessed by his colleagues from Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, members of Oron Union, Akwa Ibom Communities in Lagos, members of the Church, invited guests and the media.
Elder Eyo (second from the right) at the programme in Church before the full conferment:
Eyo during his decoration for the conferment:
Eyo in the middle of other recipients:
Eyo after his full conferment with KJW award:
More details on reception programme later: