History
CAIC's great history

Christ Ambassadors International College, which is the college arm of Juniors International Nursery and Primary School, was established in September 1998. The Visionary, Mrs Lillain Bademosi was instructed by God to raise Ambassadors for Christ, hence the name Christ Ambassadors International College evolved in accordance with the mandate she received. Christ Ambassadors International College is run by a Board of Directors. The founding Chairman was [Late] Dr. Yele Bademosi [1988-2010]

Dr. Bademosi was a Medical Doctor by training. He attended Medical School, University of Ibadan (1976 to 1981). He was a fellow of the Association of General Practitioners of Nigeria (F.A.G.P.) and Justice of Peace of Oyo State, South West Nigeria (JP). He was also the Medical Director of ZOE Specialist Mission Hospital. He worked with various organizations and establishments and held various professional, administrative and religious positions/responsibilities. Dr Bademosi was included in the Contemporary Who is Who of American Biographical Institution U.S.A., nominated Man of the Year 2003 by the American Biographical Institution U.S.A and awarded the World Medical Honour for superior Achievement and Contribution to Society. Christ Ambassadors International College started with 24 students. The founding boarders were housed at the residence of the Late Chairman and Proprietress. As the student population increased there was an urgent need for further developments on the permanent site to house all boarding students and for more classes to learn.

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