2015 General Elections

Sensitization program organized by JDPC Ijebu-Ode towards the 2015 general elections

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CGEE Award Ceremony

The Bishop of Ijebu-Ode with other dignitaries at CGEE Award Ceremony in 2014

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CGEE Award Ceremony

Presentation of Cheque to ASSAPIN members at the CGEE award ceremony 2014

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2015 Children's Day

JDPC Ijebu-Ode organizes a program for Secondary Schools on 2015 Children’s Day

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JDPC Ijebu-Ode on a BRINGBACKOURGIRLS rally at Ijebu-Ode

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To bring about the Kingdom of God within the Church and the Society, liberating all people from every oppressive force that keep them under bondage irrespective of race, creed and gender… Read More


The JDPC Ijebu-Ode works to promote human development through a sustainable holistic empowerment approach and effective structural transformation of the society and… Read More


we live and work by Christ-inspired values and hold accordingly that Every human being, man and woman are created in God’s own image,and should be treated equally and… Read More


Our central strategy in pursuing these goals rests upon the insight that for knowledge to become power, people must mobilise themselves; and that the role of the JDPC Ijebu-Ode is…. Read More


IMG_20151117_105258JDPC is an acroymn for Justice, Development and Peace Commision. The Justice, Development and Peace Commission, Ijebu-Ode is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria (Reg. No. 10, 414).JDPC of the Ijebu-Ode Catholic Diocese is an operating arm of the Church in social Ministry in Ijebu and Remo land of Ogun State, Nigeria. As a registered Non-Governmental Organization with the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria, JDPC main concern is to bring about the Kingdom of God by liberating men and women from every oppressive force that keeps them under bondage irrespective of race, creed and gender.

JDPC, Ijebu-Ode continues to answer in concrete terms, the challenging question posed at the beginning of the Special Synod for Africa held in Rome, 1994. “What must the Church in Africa become for her message to be authentic and credible?” The answer to the question is “the Church must be prophetic”: that is naming the social evils of our time and addressing them concretely in line with the life and teaching of Christ. The Commission’s activities cover the geographical area of the Catholic Diocese of Ijebu-Ode, which embraces 24 parishes, nine out of the 20 Local Government Areas in Ogun State of Nigeria and covering 36, 410.56 square kilometres with a population of over 1.8 million people. Read More

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