NCPC boss leads Nigerian Pilgrims on prayers for Nigeria’s prosperity

By Peter Usman://

The Executive Secretary, Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission, NCPC, Rev. Yakubu Pam has led Nigeria Christian pilgrims in Jordan on a marathon prayer against the current security, economic and political woes in Nigeria.

Pam, who led the prayer congress in Jordan, during a service at Mount Nebo, affirmed that there would be peace in Nigeria after this Pilgrimage.

He informed that without love, tolerance for one another, there will be no peace and development in Nigeria.

He called on Christians to be still in the face of trials and temptations, so that the Lord who is a good Shepherd would see them through and deliver them from all their travails.

He admonished them to learn how to forgive one another, as Christ would always forgive us, adding that the moral conduct attended by the pilgrims is encouraging and satisfying.

Rev. Pam expressed gratitude to God that the intercession prayer offered by Nigerians since the pilgrimage started yielding result in the fight against insecurity in Nigeria.

“Because of the good report, because of the good testimonies that people are receiving in Nigeria about the pilgrims, people are willing to come over here to pray for the prosperity of our nation.

“This pilgrimage is very important and significant to Nigeria especially because of what our country is currently facing, what we are doing here is intercession for our country.

”I want you to know that we are here on a serious business of intercession for our dear country Nigeria. It is as a result of our intercession in this pilgrimage that we are recording more successful stories in the country.

“God is with us and we will win the battle. I believe that the battle has already been won, we will only wait for the physical manifestation,” he said. 

Pam added that the prayer of Christians at the pilgrimage has help Nigeria to remain focus in tackling recent challenges confronting the Nation.

The NCPC boss, later inaugurated four committee amongst the Pilgrims to provide advisory services and policy direction in the area of Agriculture, tourism, ICT, policy formulation and spirituality.

Pam who also noted that Nigerians are intelligent, smart and also fast learners could have learnt something in this short period they have spent in Jordan, in some of the areas mentioned above. 

”We can develop ideas from what we have seen here in Jordan, that can help develop our country, Nigerians are performing wonders in every continent of the world,

”We can channel this energy to Nigeria, develop it, empower our youths and make the country a giant again,” he added. 

The Senior Special Adviser to the President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rev. testimony Onifade said God is taking Nigeria out of captivity.

Onifade who delivered the sermon, took his reading from the book of 2 Samuel 9 vs 3, described Moses as a Prophet chosen by God.

He noted that God brought Moses to Mount Nebo and show him the promise land but God said he will not enter the promise land.

He stressed that Nigeria is moving out of it current challenges to the land flowing with milk and honey.

There were Pilgrims from Plateau, Bauchi, Enugu, Lagos, Benue, Gombe, Kogi and Osun states who attended the prayer service at the Mount Nebo.

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