Abuja Archdiocese of the Methodist Church has concluded plans to establish a School of Nursing and Hospital in Abuja.

The newly ordained Archbishop of the church, Most Reverend Joseph Oche Job, made this known at a Press Conference prior to his ordination at the weekend.

He noted that the Church has gotten the Certificate of Occupancy and was already preparing to mobilize to site.

“It was just last year that we gathered important Nigerians here in Abuja to tell them that we want to have a medical centre and School of Nursing where we can compete with any standard hospitals or Schools of Nursing or any School of Health Technologies in Nigeria.

“We are really serious about it and we just got the Certificate of Occupancy on Thursday this week for our land. Yesterday (Friday) in this very hall, the committee met and planned the strategies on how to start the work straight away.”

When asked about when the project will be completed, the Clergy said: “Very soon, we will take you to Methodist hospital and School of nursing.

He assured that the Church will continue being active in the provision of health and educational facilities for Nigerians even as it will also continue on its evangelical mission.

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