Hardship: Don’t lose hope, be optimistic, NCPC boss urges Nigerians 

The Executive Secretary, Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC) Bishop Stephen Adegbite, has sent a message of hope and encouragement to Nigerians in the face of dwindling economic situation in the country.

Speaking when he visited the President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), His Eminence, Archbishop Daniel Okoh, in his office at the CAN secretariat , Abuja, Monday, Bishop Adegbite described his message as that of encouragement and hope.

He added that the situation the country is experiencing currently is occasioned by global recession.

He called on Nigerians to exercise patience and be optimistic and that things would definitely turn around for good in the country.

He affirmed that President Bola TInubu has good intentions for the citizenry.

He further urged Nigerians to pray for those at the helm of affairs in the country.

He reiterated that NCPC is for the church. According to him,” this assignment belongs to you and the body of Christ.”

The NCPC helmsman said he would use NCPC to foster unity among the citizens of this country, adding that without peace in the land there would be no meaningful development.

He assured the No 1 Christian leader in the country that the commission would collaborate with CAN under his leadership  to make pilgrimage a life- transforming experience.

He hinted that the commission plans to sponsor pilgrims to the Holy Land, especially those who are disadvantaged.

In his remarks, the President of CAN, Archbishop Okoh, described the NCPC boss as a “defender of the faith, a co- labourer in the vineyard of God.”