The Anglican Bishop of Yola communion Diocese, Rev. Markus Ibrahim Anfani, Urge the president- elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari of the federal republic of Nigeria to lead with the fear of God.

He also commended President Goodluck Jonathan for providing a fair leveling ground for political participation as well as conceding defeat even before the conclusion of the collation of results.

The cleric called on the president-elect to urgently address the challenges of the victims of the Boko Haram insurgency in the North East upon his assumption of office.

Ibrahim said the Anglican mission had already embarked on an aggressive evangelism to the IDPs and other victims of the violence for spiritual rehabilitation.

He also said that the mission had concluded plans to visit all the affected communities for evangelical work as well as to provide some assistance to them.

“We have provided some accommodation for some of the IDPs, we have visited their camps and supported them with relieve materials and also prayed for them.’’

“We do not have excuses for derail after all, we have being saved to serve others, therefore, whatever challenge we encounter, we will overcome it because Jesus has overcome the challenges of the world.

 

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Anglican Bishop urge the president-elect to lead with fear of God

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