This Day (Lagos)

2 February 2013

Nigeria: Investiture of Knights

The Lagos Metropolitan Council of the Order of the Knights of St Mulumba (KSM) Nigeria is hosting the investiture of Knights and Ladies into the third degree of the Order tomorrow.

About 200 men and women of the Order having been found eligible for the elevation will formally assume the rank after ceremonies during Holy Mass on Sunday 3rd February, at Saints Philip and James Catholic Church Lekki., under the direction of the Metropolitan Grand Knight Sir Patrick Ikemefuna with Monsignor Professor Francis Ogunmodede, Dean of the Lekki deanery of the Lagos Archdiocese as the chief Celebrant.

The Order of Knights of St Mulumba is a Catholic Action group of over 12,000 persons from each part of the 54 Catholic Dioceses in Nigeria and in Uganda and the Cameroons.

It was founded in 1953 by the Catholic priest and monk, late Reverend Fr Abraham Ojefua, for the spiritual development of Catholic faithful and the cause of charity in action

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