The President, Church of Ecclesian Yan Najeria (EYN). Rev. Dr. Samuel Dali has celebrated 68th general convention with called that the country remain focus and committed strengthening love and value of oneness.
He assured Nigerians that the country will not separate in spite of havoc cause by Boko Haram terrorist organization that are attacking Christian worshipers.
Rev. Dali who stated this yesterday to Newsmen during the Church’s 68th general convention that draws all members of the church within African Continent and the United State of America in Jos the plateau state capital yesterday.
He said, the activities of the “Dreaded Sect” has force their people and members of the church to traveled throughout the clouds of death without knowing where they are going.
While performing ordination to thirteen(13) pastors ,he tasked them to stand firm even in the face of persecution not to denounce their faith.
He strengthened them that, “this challenges is part of trial and temptation which this will come and pass”.
The President pointed out that corruption is the major problem that courses the wanton destruction of life and property within the North-Eastern part of the country.
Preaching his summon before the congregation expressed concern that the Nigerian Government, the Pilgrim board to come their rescue, they keep giving excuses and promises that bear no fruit until now.
He said, “what pain me is when I approach the United Nation(UN) in Genever with the plight of my people. And a lady said the population of my people is not up to 2% of my Country’s population and I need the attention of the United Nation?”
But he call on the affected persons to find a place in their heart to forgive all those who perpetrate the evil act despite all that they have lost.
He call on the incoming administration of General Muhammadu Buhari (Rtd) to add hear strictly to the rule of law and govern the country devoid of religion or tribal sentiment . But should enforce the anti-corruption fight in the country, as Nigeria cannot be segregated.