Over 300 Intending pilgrims from Delta, Uyo Departs Nigeria

By Bridget Ikyado
  The fourth Batch of 2022  Christian Pilgrims from Akwa-Ibom and Delta States to Isreal and Jordan have been airlifted in Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja.
  Addressing the Pilgrims shortly before their departure, the Executive Secretary Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission, NCPC, Reverend Yakubu Pam, charged the Pilgrims to be a good ambassador of Nigeria and Christianity.
    Reverend Yakubu Pam also called on the Pilgrims while in the holy land to pray for the peaceful and successful conduct of next month’s elections.
   According to the executive secretary, as citizens go to the polls to vote for the candidates of their choice,  they should be more concerned about the leaders that would strengthen the unity of the country even after elections.
Reverend Yakubu Pam urged the Pilgrims to be well behaved and not to tarnished the image of the country while carrying out spiritual activities in the holy land.
Also,Hon John bull  Edema, Commissioner for Special Duties,
Most Rev Cyril Odutemu Chairman of the Delta Christian Pilgrim Welfare Board and Apostle Samuel Okoh State CAN Chairman all advised the intending pilgrims to be of good conduct, stating the dangers of abscondment to them.