Unity of Nigeria Paramount in electioneering era -NCPC Boss

By Bridget Ikyado
The Executive Secretary Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission    Rev. Dr  Yakubu Pam, has said that the unity of the country  was of top priority in the electioneering era.
This is contained in a statement by Celestine Toruka Deputy Director and Head Media and Public Relations.
Rev Pam made this known while addressing the 5th batch of the December 2022 intending pilgrims comprising  Delta, Borno and Kogi State at the Departure hall of the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport in Abuja.
He said the unity of mind and purpose is of  utmost importance  at such a time as this, hence the need for the spiritual exercise to Israel and Jordan.
The Executive Secretary said unity of the nation was what the Commission stands for, adding that Pilgrimage was the platform through which Nigerians can get more united.
He revealed that the Commission had always recorded huge success in zero tolerance to abscondment, adding that the states had always adhere to warnings and implications of such actions.
He commended Nigerians for always showing signs of discipline, patriotism and law abiding in every aspect of our pilgrimage process.
He charged them to be proud Ambassadors and  good representatives of the country and Christ as they embark on the spiritual journey.
In his words, Delta State Executive Secretary, Apostle Samuel Okoh said nation building was incomplete without the Church, hence the need for the exercise.
Okoh said he was optimistic that the Pilgrims would impact upon the nations and their various families.
Okoh commended the state governor, Sen. Ifeanyi Okowa for approving the journey for 386 pilgrims to the Holy lands, adding that Deltans were not only going on the tour but representing the national front.
On his part, the  Executive Chairman,  Kogi State Christian Pilgrims Commission advised them to be of worthy character and pray fervently for the nation and enhance the unity  that every Nigerian had longed for.