NCPC set to hold 2nd Christian Pilgrimage Summit in Abuja
The Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC) will hold its second Christian Pilgrimage Summit to brainstorm on matters of Christian Pilgrimage in Nigeria.
The Commission had its first Stakeholders meeting in 2014 where Christian Leaders and Stakeholders converged in Abuja to chart a new course for the survival of Christian Pilgrimage in Nigeria and to harness the strength of Christian Leaders to drive pilgrimage in Nigeria.
This year’s Stakeholders Summit has its theme: The Role of the Church in the sustainability of Christian Pilgrimage in Nigeria and is slated for Tuesday, 23rd February, 2016 at the National Christian Centre, Abuja.
The Summit is aimed at bringing Church Leaders, Stakeholders, Captains of Industries, Friends of the Commission, inter-alia to discuss the way forward for Christian Pilgrimage in Nigeria in view of the dwindling economic situation of the country. Also, the plan Win A Trip To Israel whose Agreement was signed just recently by the Commission will be brought to the front burner of the Stakeholders, among other burning issues.
Speaker House of Representatives, RT Hon. Yakubu Dogara will declare the Summit open while Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor will be the Father of the Day.
The Coordinator, Association of Christian Professionals, Pastor Kenneth Esume (2nd left) in a group photograph after a facilitation meeting between members of the Association and NCPC Team who were in Delta State on an impact assessment visit of skill Acquisition projects of the Association of Christian Professionals in Asaba, Delta State. Recently.