National Youth Leader Of CNNC, Daniel Kadzai Eulogizes Bishop Mamza On His Endorsement For Second Term As Adamawa CAN Chairman

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The National Youth Leader, Congress of Northern Nigeria Christians (CNNC) and Immediate Past, National President, Youth Wing of CAN (YOWICAN), Engr. Daniel David Kadzai, has eulogized Bishop Dami Mamza Catholic Bishop of Yola, AND Chairman Christian Association Nigeria, Adamawa State Chapter, for endorsement again for a second time to be the Chairman Christian Association of Nigeria, Adamawa Chapter.

 

Daniel in his eulogy described Bishop Mamza as a Reformer, Dynamic, Actionable Leader And Priest, even as he asked him to repeat his excellent stewardship as he saddles for another second term in office.

 

In his eulogy he said, “I am writing to The Christian Communities in Adamawa State to let the world know about a most wonderful Priest, Reformer, Dynamic Leader and Philanthropist named, Most Rev’d Dr. Stephen Dami Mamza, the Catholic Bishop of Yola and Chairman, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN).

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“You don’t need to know a person for a long time to see how wonderful they are. Our State, Adamawa was very lucky to have Dr. Dami Mamza ordained 13th April 1996 as Priest in Catholic Diocese of Maiduguri, Borno State and his subsequent appointed as Bishop, Catholic Diocese of Yola, Adamawa State 18th February 2011 by His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI. This happened to good people of Adamawa State nine years ago.”

 

According to the CNNC, President, he said; “Bishop Dami Mamza was persuaded by top Christian stakeholders, denomination leaders and heads of para-church organisations to led the Christian Association of Nigeria(CAN) Adamawa State. He gave three (3) conditions, but most important among was; “Money MUST not play part in church  elections same MUST also applied to CAN elections”.

 

Psalms 1vrs1- 3 “Blessed is the one who does not walk in step with the wicked or stand in the way  that sinners take or sit in the company of mockers, 2 but whose delight is in the law of the Lord, and who meditates on his law day and night. 3 That person is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither whatever they do prospers.”

 

While extolling Mamza he rolled out  what he did in his first year in office, according to him he said; “Today, CAN has become the pride of Adamawa citizens, the glory of God is evident; the Secretariat building is exceptional, built in less than thirteen (13) months.

 

“Bishop Dami Mamza was elected 3rd November 2017 and will be due for second term 12th November 2020.

 

Thank God, since then  he worked very hard with people of all background ages. He made everyone happy especially honest people who worked closely, which was a difficult process.

 

Many people worked and prayed hard for everything to work out, amidst so much temptations and criticism. We all love him and are willing to work with him again even for his second term. He is always there for us, whether it be Christians or Muslims, in boosting unity, love, education, outreach programs, youth ministry and worship.”

 

“He has provided for the less privileged, disabled and the IDPs; among others, the eighty six (86) Housing Estate, Primary and Second School and befitting Chapel and a Mosque all for the IDPs. This is in addition to the many students sent on scholarship across the globe by Dr. Mamza. Thank you!

 

Bishop Dami’s sermons are very inspirational and I am still learning about my faith after all these years. Dr. Mamza is a wonderful priest.

 

We are thankful that he has now accepted to contest for second term in the forthcoming CAN elections 12th November 2020.

 

Thank you for the opportunity to thank a wonderful priest and Leader like Most Rev’d. Dr. Dami, a generous servant of God. It is time to appreciate him by returning him unopposed,”

 

 

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