Anambra pilgrims’ board begins sale of forms

By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Sep 1st, 2014

The Anambra State Christian Welfare Board has begun selling the forms for this year’s pilgrimage to Israel and some European cities.

Its Chairman Dr Levi Monanu announced the sales yesterday in Uga, Aguata Local Government Area,

at a farewell ceremony organised by Uga Corps of Salvation Army Church for Major Stephen Ezechukwu on his transfer to Kano State.

He said the board was under the Office of Deputy Governor Nkem Okeke.

Monanu said this year’s pilgrims would visit Israel, Rome and Greece.

The chairman, who was also the preacher at the ceremony, said he had known Ezechukwu for several years in the service of God.

He said: “I appointed him a chaplain of the board because of his spiritual life and he did not disappoint me all through.

“Many clergymen in Anambra, who were posted to the North, resigned for the fear of uncertainty. But the Lord will go with you and make way for you where there seems to be no way.”

Ezechukwu assured that he would not relent or fear serving the Lord wherever he finds himself.

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