COCIN Lauds Gindiri Old Students’ Contributions to School

The President of the Church of Christ in Nations, COCIN, Rev. Dr. Amos Mohzo has commended the Gindiri Old Students` Association, GOSA for their outstanding contributions towards providing a conducive learning environment for students of the Gindiri Schools in Mangu LGA of Plateau State.

Rev. Dr. Mohzo who hosted the new EXCO of the Association in his office at the COCIN Headquarters Secretariat in Jos said their developmental strides at the Gindiri Schools has made COCIN, the Proprietor of the schools to walk head high as the developmental quality is of international standard.

The leader of the Church appreciated them for contributing towards the academic excellence of the students and explained that it is through their activities that the idea of the COCIN Karl Kumm University, Vom was birthed. He prayed God to continue guiding them in the great work they are doing and pledged to support them where necessary.

The COCIN President and the GOSA EXCO during the visit

While explaining how products of the Gindiri Schools have contributed positively to national development, Rev. Dr. Mohzo disclosed that COCIN is seeking ways to improve all schools owned by the Church so that there will be progress and quality.

Earlier in his speech, the GOSA President, Engineer Sunday Hyat who led the three man team said they came to felicitate with Rev. Dr. Amos Mohzo for his election as the COCIN President and to seek for his partnership in uplifting the Gindiri Schools to greater heights.

Engineer Hyat who is also the Head of Service to the Plateau State Government explained that the new GOSA EXCO which is saddled with the responsibility of overseeing the affairs of the association for the next 3 years intend to develop a strategy for GOSA which will focus on improving the physical structure of the Girls’ High School and the quality of service of the teaching staff of the various schools so as to compete favourably with its counterparts within and outside the state.

The EXCO that visited was made up of the GOSA National President, Engineer Sunday Hyat, the National Secretary and Clerk of the Plateau State Assembly, Longbap Ponven Wuyep and the National Treasurer, Associate Professor Janet Diket Plang.