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NCPC will collaborate with Theological College of Northern Nigeria, other Seminary institutions – Pam



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The Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), Rev Yakubu Pam has said that the Commission would collaborate with the foremost seminary college in the North, the Theological College of Northern Nigeria, Bukuru, Jos and other seminary institutions to enrich the historical and biblical content of Christian pilgrimage.

He disclosed this on Sunday in Jos while playing host to the Provost and Management staff of the College in Jos.

In a statement sent to CAPITAL POST by the head of Media of NCPC Celestine Toruka, Pam explained that the College would be useful in the training and retraining of tour guides in Israel considering the fact that the College have capable and competent hands who have deep knowledge of both historical and biblical understanding of the Holy Sites in Israel.

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He further affirmed, “we will collaborate with you and other reputable seminary Schools in Nigeria so that our pilgrims will come back from Israel with the right mindset which will be applied on their return from Holy pilgrimage.

In the words of the NCPC boss, “I look forward to collaborating with you and you will do more to put something for us in order to have both historical and biblical perspectives of our Holy Sites in Israel ”

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Rev. Pam stated that the College had been one of the most renowned seminary institutions in the North. According to him,”the integrity of your institution and its impact in Plateau State and Northern Nigeria is not in doubt “.

He further averred that without the Theological College of Northern Nigeria, Bukuru, Jos there would have been half baked ministers of God.

The NCPC boss who is also a Theologian, explained that the College had been the first among equals because of its long history of academic excellence, consistency and high standards which the institution stood for over the years.

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The NCPC helmsman emphasised that the solid foundation made by the missionaries had been helpful to the development of the church in Nigeria.

Earlier, the Provost of the College, Professor Samuel Ango said he led the management staff of the institution to him a courtesy visit on his well deserved appointment by President Muhammadu Buhari as the Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission.

He described the NCPC boss as a man of impeccable character with track record of remarkable exploits in Nigeria.


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