JOEL KEDANGBUN

Church of Christ in Nations COCIN, has expresses deep concern over continuous increase of corruption in the country.

The Church was worried that the corruption instead of minimizing, it has continue to eat deeper in the fabric of the Nigeria society despite promises by the Federal Government to eradicate it.

This was content in a Communiqué issued at the end of the Church 97th General Church Council on Friday, held at the COCIN Headquarters in Jos, Plateau State.

The Communiqué which was read by the COCIN President, Rev. Dr. Dachollom Datiri, also condemned in strong terms the alarming rate of kidnapping, armed robbery and armed banditry in the country and call on the government at all levels to eliminate the menace.

It also condemned the menace of Fulani herdsmen as they continually destroy crops on people farms.

The Church expressed dismay over the government’s failure to fulfill her promised of resettling the Internally Displaced Persons to their various Communities.

They commended Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau State for the commencement of the building of library project at the proposed Karl Kumm (KKU) and called on him to hasten the completion.

It equally congratulated Arch Bishop Ignatius Kaigama for his appointment as the Arch Bishop of Abuja.

Condoled the ECWA President over the demised of his father, Retired Rev. Panya Baba, former ECWA President.

The Church adopted “Serving God Faithfully” as her theme of the year 2020 and reelected Rev. Dauda Jimra as the Church Deputy General Secretary.

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