We’re Humans first before religion, tribe – NCPC Executive Secretary
By our reporter
The Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission, Rev. (Dr.) Yakubu Pam has said that we are humans first before religion and tribe.
He made the remarks while receiving delegations from the Plateau State Coalition of APC Support Groups in his office at the NCPC headquarters in Abuja.
This was contained in a statement by Godiya Mathew, Senior Information Officer
NCPC Media to Apex News Exclusive.
Rev. Pam charged the youths to shun political hatred, as most of the crises are politically motivated.
According to him “crisis of today starts from the social media, as such youths should come together and live as humans putting aside all differences”.
He added that the youths has a big role to play to ensure crisis is being controlled because they are the tools used during such crisis.
He therefore admonished the Christian and Muslim youths in Plateau State to come together and advocate for peace in the state.
In his words, “Plateau State used to be very peaceful where many Nigerians loved to own a home because of the blessings of a natural weather and soil”.
He further charged the youths to cease the opportunity and have a safe environment that will attract investors to the state so as to bring back the glory of Plateau State.
Earlier, the Chairman and leader of the delegation of the Plateau State Coalition of APC Support Groups, Alhaji Saminu Maigoro said their purpose of visit to the Commission is to identify with the Executive Secretary for his outstanding performance in his duty.
Maigoro explained that, sometimes people in power find it difficult to carry out efficient service delivery without controversy, but the Executive Secretary has been exceptional as he has been piloting the affairs of NCPC successfully.
He said the Plateau State is proud of him for portraying the state in good light through his diligent work.
The Chairman commended the Executive Secretary for his support to the youths in the state and he further solicited for more support for the youths through skills acquisition, academics and other means possible.
The highlights of the event was the presentation of the Certificate of Credence to the Executive Secretary in appreciation for his service delivery and service to humanity.