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The Lagos Catholic Men Organisation (LACMO) has scheduled its 2019 convention to hold Friday, 26th,  Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th July, 2019 atSt. Gregory College, South West, Ikoyi, Lagos

President of the organisation, Mr John Aigbokhaode confirmed the date at the inauguration of the 2019 Convention Planning Committee/official handover ceremony to the Convention Organising Committed which has NnamdiOnyeka and AbiodunAdeosun (KSM) as Chairman and vice-Chairman, respectively. The committee’s first inaugural meeting will hold 2:00pm on Thursday, 11th of April, 2019 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Ogudu, Ojota. All 15 Deanery Coordinators and chairmen of the 183 parishes in the Archdiocese are expected at the inaugural meeting.

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