Without peace, there won’t be meaningful development – Rev. Pam, Executive Secretary, NCPC
Executive Secretary, Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), Rev. Yakubu Pam, left, receives a plaque from the Chairman, Plateau State Journalist Forum in Abuja, Tobias Dapam during a courtesy visit by members of the forum to the ES NCPC in Abuja.
By Anthony Maliki
The Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission, Rev. Yakubu Pam has said that without peace there will be no meaningful Development.
He made this assertion while playing host to Members of the Plateau State Journalists Forum, Abuja in his office on Thursday at the NCPC corporate office, Abuja.
Rev. Pam admonished the journalists to always give the right reports that will bring about peace in the society.
In his words, “No government will thrive without Peace”.
He added that without a peaceful environment, Institutions cannot develop.
The NCPC scribe urged Nigerians to build a culture of peace, adding that stability is what we lack in Africa, “government and people should be steady for a peaceful and calm environment”.
The No.1 Christian Pilgrim Officer of the Federation thanked the Plateau State Journalists Forum for their visit, affirming that his success story cannot be complete without the role of Journalists from Plateau state and the media as a whole.
He charged them to always project the good image of Plateau as a peaceful state with the capacity to lead.
He further assured them of effective collaboration between the Commission and the Association.
Earlier, the Chairman of the Plateau State Journalists Forum, Tobias Dapam said they were in NCPC to congratulate the Executive Secretary on his well-deserved appointment and applauded him for his achievements on peace.
In his words, “we have not lost track on what you are doing for peace, we have been following your good deeds over the years”.
Dapam commended the NCPC Boss for his eventful leadership at NCPC this one year in office.
He urged the Executive Secretary to continue playing the good role of a spiritual father and a leader.
The Chairman expressed their desire to partner with the NCPC in promoting and projecting the good image of the Commission through documentary and features.
The highlight of the event was the presentation of a plague of honour by members of the Association.