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Pst. A. O.Akinosun
President
Pst. S. O. Oladele
General Superintendent
Propt. S. K. Abiara
General Evangelist
Pst. E. E. Mapur
General Secretary
Pst. J. F. Omitinde
Finance Director
The history of Christ Apostolic Church has witnessed remarkable developments in education. Such developments include:

    1946 - Establishment of Pastoral Training College, Ibadan
    1949 - Establishment of The School of Prophets and Evangelists, Ilesa
    1952 - Establishment of Bible Training College, Ede (the Bible Training College moved to Erio Ekiti in 1954, to Efon
              Alaaye in 1958 and to Akure in 1969)
    1955 - Establishment of Teachers’ College, Efon Alaaye (defunct)
    1979 - Establishment of Theological Seminary, Ile-Ife, with 13 satellite campuses

Later, the Bible College and the Pastoral College were merged to establish the CAC Theological Seminary in 1979, Ile-Ife with 13 satellite campuses.

The church has established, several secondary grammar schools, teacher training colleges, bookshops, and printing press.

The church has also established a Nigerian Christian University at Ikeji, Osun State where our father Joseph Ayo Babalola was called to the service of the Lord. The University (JABU) was approved in February 2006.


High Schools

CAC Grammar School, Ibadan (1960)
CAC Grammar School, Efon Alaaye (1960)
CAC Grammar School, Iperu (1960)
Babalola Memorial Girls Grammar School, Ilesa (1962)
CAC Grammar School, Akure (1964)
CAC Grammar School, Odo-Owa (1970)
CAC Grammar School, Ogbomoso
CAC Grammar School, Osogbo
CAC Commercial High School, Ilesa



Tertiary Schools
JABU - Joseph Ayo Babalola University



Seminary

Theological Seminary, Ile-Ife
CAC Schools

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