The Executive Secretary Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission, Rev Dr.Yakubu Pam has called on Christian pilgrims to put whatever they have learned during the pilgrimage exercise into practice . He disclosed this at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja while recieving the first batch of Christian pilgrims who left Abuja on 15th June,2022 to Israel and the Kingdom of Jordan and have completed their pilgrimage circle on 23rd June,2022.

Rev Pam explained that the testimonies of the pilgrims have been fantastic, in his words” they are excited about their experience in both pilgrimage destinations, Israel and Jordan.

The NCPC boss commended the active role played by the Medical team , the Spiritual Leaders as well as the pilgrimage mangers for coordinating an excellent exercise.

He affirmed that the 360 Pilgrms who were airlifted all came back complete without a record of abscondment and he prayed that same testimony would be said of subsequent batches.
He advised the Pilgrims to go back home and share their experience with people around them, and spread the good news of Christ with what they have heard, seen and also touched with their hands ; he urged them to be good ambassadors of Christ and also good citizens of our great country Nigeria.

The NCPC helmsman also intimated that the exercise is on going and hopefully would be rounding off in September.

In his remarks, the Director, FCT Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board, Mr.Dabara Audu expressed his joy for the safe return of the first batch of Pilgrms airlifted for the 2021 main Pilgrmage to Israel and Jordan.
He disclosed that all pilgrims went their for the real purpose of it and not for any other transaction and tourism or any of sort. He said, “the number that went came back the same and in good health,he added. According to him, “we are happy to be back and hope to make impactful change desired for our nation.

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The states airlifted for the first batch of Pilgrms to Israel and Jordan were FCT and Bayelsa.

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