The Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission NCPC, Rev. Yakubu Pam has been appointed Chairman of inter-Governmental Organization Council for Nigeria Human Rights Commission (IHRC).
Receiving the letter of appointment from the Country Head, International Human Rights Commission, IHRC, Amb. Friday Sani in his office in Abuja, the NCPC boss commended the International body for finding him worthy of the appointment.
He thanked them for the sacrifices they made in making his appointment a reality.
The NCPC boss affirmed that there was need to believe in the vanguard of fighting to make sure that Nigeria becomes united.
According to him, “We must help our country to rise up and shine with the position God has given us”.
He commended the international body for joining him in the path of peace building, stressed that he had spent most part of his time in life, ensuring that he stands for peace.
The NCPC helmsman stated that protesting is not entirely bad, but it is risky because it could be hijacked by hoodlums who do not mean well for this nation. In his words “It is my belief that we should put our hands together to put an end to this situation”.
Earlier, the Country Head international Human Rights Commission, IHRC, Amb. Friday Sani told the NCPC boss that he was in the Commission with the approval of the world leardership of International Human Rights Commission to honour him with the award.
He explained that protests or demonstrations should not be the right way to resolve issues rather, he canvssed for a diplomatic relationship in resolving issues.
Ambassador Sani avered that Rev. Pam’s character and his person would be used to solve the problems facing Nigeria.
He promised to partner with the NCPC boss in peace building, thus he stressed the need for Rev. Pam to convene strategic meetings with Christian leaders on one hand and Muslem leaders on the other hand to find lasting relations to the present security challenges facing the country.
Aside presenting letter of appointment to the NCPC boss, Amb. Sani also presented a plaque of award to his host as well as some quantity of face masks in line with their intervention in fighting the global COVID 19 Pandemic.