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Rev Uja: Nigerian church is youth-driven

The Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission, Rev.

Tor Uja has said that the Nigerian Church is a youth driven church.

He disclosed this in his office in Abuja while playing host to the Executive members of the United Forum for Christian Brethren in Abuja.

He stated that, “I want to see our youths rising up in leadership”. The NCPC boss also affirmed: “I want predominant part of our pilgrimage to be made up of youth”.

Rev. Uja called on the church to rise to the occasion by sponsoring their members on pilgrimage, especially now that the government has step down the sponsorship of pilgrimage. According to the NCPC helmsman; “the church economy is bigger than any other economy”.

He disclosed that the Commission would soon organize the Festival of Praise in Abuja and would invite the group to be part of it. He said the festival would be an opportunity for them to demonstrate their talent through songs for the world to know.

He told the members of the United Forum for Christian Brethren that they have what it takes to make a difference in their common pursuit.

He appreciated them for what they are doing, especially for the encouragement and support to one of their members who recently launched an album.

Earlier, the leader of the group Mr. John Yimaor told the Executive Secretary that the Association usually provide assistance specially to Christian brethren. His words: “we use our little finances to support the efforts of our members”.

He further stated that they would like to partner with NCPC in the area of pilgrimage.

He thanked the Executive Secretary for his support and fatherly role he has been playing for them.

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