January 25, 2022

Rev. Dr. Amos Mohzo Takes Over as New COCIN President

The President Church of Christ In Nations (COCIN), Rev. Prof. Dachollom Datiri has officially handed over the mantle of leadership to his successor, Rev. Dr Amos Mohzo ahead of his induction which comes up on the 9th of January, 2022.

The handing over ceremony which was held at the office of the President at the COCIN Headquarters Secretariat was attended by members of COCIN Management and Directors.

Rev. Prof. Datiri highlighted the responsibilities of the office of the COCIN President and called on the new President to work towards reviewing the Church’s strategic plan which expired last year.

Rev. Prof. Dachollom Datiri handing over to his successor, Rev. Dr. Amos Mohzo

He also urged him work towards ending the wilderness journey of the Church by completing the amendment process of the Church’s Constitution which the outgoing President initiated and other pending issues that require careful consideration.

While responding,the new President, Rev. Dr. Amos Mohzo considered it a great privilege to  be chosen to occupy such a position as he has never thought he will ever occupy such exalted position. According to him the shoe is very big for him to wear and he accepted the office with all sense of humility, depending and relying on God’s grace.

Special prayers was said by the Directors of Education, Rev. Paul Shiwe Deshi and Church Growth, Rev. Bulus Tsok thanking God for the success granted to the outgoing President and for wisdom for the incoming President.

The incoming President, Rev. Dr. Amos Mohzo, the General Secretary, Rev. Assoc. Prof. Benjamin Pokol, the Honorary Treasurer, Mr. Stephen Marah and the Director of Internal Audit, Mr. Joseph Adams signed the handing over notes. Other leaders present include: the Director of Personnel, Rev. Assoc. Prof. Stephen Vongdip, the Director of Information and Communication Technology, Rev. Yusuf Wanson, Director of Finance, Mr. Philip Zerah and Director of Health and Social Services, Dr. Kuden Kamshak.