May 20, 2024

Governor Uba Sani of Kaduna State says his administration is committed to righting wrongs and championing genuine reconciliation with the people of Southern Kaduna.

Speaking on Thursday, in a message to the Southern Kaduna Christian Leaders Association Pastor’s Congress, at the Throneroom Trust Ministry Kafanchan, Governor Sani explained that his administration has realized some of the mistakes of past administrations and is willing to address them for the progress and development of the state.

Speaking through the Senior Special Assistant to the governor on Religious Affairs, Christian Matters, who is also the Chairman, Kaduna Baptist Convention, Rev. Dr. Ishaya Adamu Jangado, Governor Uba Sani said, “I appeal to the Christian community to support and rally round the current administration at all levels in other to achieve the needed development.”

Governor Uba Sani pledged to continue to operate an inclusive government in the state that would be fair and just to all for the overall peaceful coexistence and development of the state.

Earlier, the Chairman of the Southern Kaduna Christian Leaders Association, Apostle Dr. Emmanuel Nuhu Kure, said the end-of-year meeting was convened to brief members by way of a mid-term report, reappraise the just concluded general elections, draw up strategies for future engagements, as well as pray for the future of the land.

He announced plans by the Association to organize seminars in different zones of Southern Kaduna that would improve and further increase the knowledge of Clergies in the area and raise a special treasury that will be used to assist disadvantaged pastors in Southern Kaduna irrespective of denominations.

While thanking the Governor for seeing the need to bridge the gap created by the previous administration in the state, the SKCLA Chairman pledged the Association’s commitment to support any positive decision that will be to the progress and development of the people of Southern Kaduna.

He enjoined the Christian community to unite irrespective of their differences in denominations but to be guided by the teachings of the Holy Scriptures for the unity and development of the area and the state as a whole.

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