The President of the Lagos Archdiocesan Catholic Men Organization, LACMON, Barr. Vincent Otiono has pledged that the body, under his leadership will effectively utilize digital technology for the purpose of evangelization. Digital technology, according to him, will also serve as a vehicle of education and to inspire and orientate not only the faithful but all on the general teachings of the Mother Church. Otiono stated this while delivering his welcome address during the 7th LACMON Annual General Meeting held at St. Gerald Catholic Church, Gbagada.
He paid glowing tribute to his predecessor, Chief John Aigbokhaode for his visionary leadership and for putting in place a solid foundation for the organization. He listed the following as part of the projects under his purview: the ongoing construction of a Skill Acquisition Centre; resuscitating Life Insurance Policy for members and a Health Insurance Scheme to help address the health needs of members. In addition, he revealed that, though the Skill Acquisition Scheme now known as St. Albert the Great Centre has now been acquired by the Archdiocese, the interest of LACMON is well protected as a member of the body is part of the new board constituted by the Archbishop.
He further disclosed that talks are ongoing with the Chancery to allocate a space at the Centre for the production of bottled water. The well attended event was preceded with a Mass con celebrated by the Chaplain of LACMON, Very Rev. Fr. Daniel Nwankwo who admonished the delegates to remain faithful to the Church and continue to support one another materially, morally and spiritually at all times.