I AM COMMITTED TO DOING WHAT IS RIGHT, WHAT IS GOOD AND WHAT IS BLESSED- REV. UJA

The Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Christian pilgrim commission (NCPC), Rev. Tor Uja has said that he would be committed to do what is right, what is good and what is blessed in the administration of Christian Pilgrimage in Nigeria. He disclosed this in his office in Abuja while playing host to the Methodist Archbishop of Abuja, His Grace, the Most Rev. (Dr) Joseph Oche Job.

He affirmed that the Church has the capacity to take charge of Pilgrimage.

He thanked the Federal Government for creating an organization like NCPC which organizes pilgrimage for the Christians in Nigeria. He emphasized that the commission belongs to all Christians.

Rev. Uja intimated the Cleric that he would invite church leaders on a meeting regularly on pilgrimage in order to find a sustainable way of moving pilgrimage forward. He stressed the need to dialogue and resolve issues affecting the church and the nation at large.

He requested that the Methodist church should send 500 Christians on pilgrimage this year.

Earlier, the Archbishop described Rev. Tor Uja as a “seasoned Pastor well known in every part of the country”. He prayed that the Lord who brought him to Abuja would see him through.

According to Him: “You are now a national figure, God has enlarge your Coast”. He admonished him to be an Evangelist to everybody and treat everyone fairly.

Archbishop Job equally advised members of staff of the Commission to extend their hands of fellowship to the NCPC boss by giving him their maximum cooperation so that NCPC would forever be on top.
 

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