By Vincess Okushi 

The Executive Secretary, of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission, NCPC, Bishop Stephen Adegbite has expressed optimism that the season will surmount Nigeria’s challenges and that His grace will be sufficient in the country.

He disclosed this on 13th March 2024 when the Inter-denominational Christian Fellowship, Office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (OSGF) executives visited NCPC corporate headquarters, in Abuja.

Adegbite said that Lent and Ramadan fasting currently exercised by the Christian and Muslim faithful reflects penitence, soberness, humility, sacrifice, and love for everyone and urges more commitment to uplift every facet of the economy.

I thank the Coordinator and the Executives of the Inter-denominational Christian Fellowship for the good work they are doing by propagating the gospel of God at OSGF.
It is their type of fellowship that should exist in all ministries and agencies.

We are part of OSGF, I will be part of your programs.

Earlier, the Coordinator of the Inter-denominational Christian Fellowship, OSGF Evangelist Ezeakachi Umunnah congratulated the Executive Secretary for his well-deserved appointment and commended Mr. President for considering him for the exalted position.
Umunnah equally briefed on the Chapel’s activities adding that it’s an opportunity to intercede for leaders as well as raise vessels unto the Lord.
A statement by Celestine Toruka, Deputy Director
Head Media and Public Relations
15th March 2024 revealed that the highlight of the visit was the presentation of the 2024 chapel calendar to the Executive Secretary.

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