Nigeria’s Future: Provide Credible Leadership, NCPC Tells Religious Leaders

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By Gina Bella

The Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), has called on Christian leaders across the country to provide credible leadership that would promote peaceful, stability and forestall violence especially amongst the youths

Executive Secretary of the NCPC, Rev Yakubu Pam, made the call at a one day consultative meeting of steering and Facilitation Committee, for the proposed National Prayer and Peace Summit with Christian stakeholders, held in Lagos State.

Rev. Pam who lamented that Lagos state, the pride and the nerve Centre of the nation’s economic base with massive investments, was heavily affected by the #EndSARS protest, said there was need to forestall any reoccurrence of such an ugly experience.

In his words: “A lot of people asked us for guidance. After the EndSARS protest, so many urgly things were brought to the fore. We are here so that together we will find the solution we are looking for.

“The. hope of this country lies with the Christian and Moslem leaders. We cannot rock the boat, we will make sure our youths are back on track again.”

Rev. Pam who promised to hand over the findings of the peace Committee to the Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and Mr President at the end off their resolutions, stressed that the country could only be united through dialogue.

A key facilitator of the consultative meeting, Chief Kenny Martins, said the forum would serve as the beginning of a peace revolution in Nigeria, and would help to break the obstacles that had bedeviled the nation for a long time.

While commending the NCPC boss for his ceaseless and untiring efforts to bring peace in Nigeria, he said although the politician’s have failed the country and the corporate world, it was time to put an end to the bloodbath in the country and find a lasting solution to the challenges of the youths.

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