Wada Highlights Lokoja Prominence in Nigeria Centenary Celebration
The Kogi State Governor, Capt. Idris Wada, says the celebration of the nations centenary would make more meaning if Lokoja the cradle of the nations administrative capital is given prominence in the celebration.
The State Governor, Capt. Idris Wada, stated this when he received in audience, Apostle Emmanuel Kure of the Throne Room Trust Ministry
Incorporation from Kafanchan, Kaduna State and members of the planning committee for the prophetic prayer for the State and the country at large.
The prophetic prayer gathering was organized by the Kogi State Chapter of Association of Nigeria in conjunction with Throne Room Trust Ministry Incorporation was part of activities marking the centenary celebration of Nigeria.
Capt. Wada, disclosed that the State played and occupy a strategic position in the nations evolution, called on the Federal Government to make Lokoja a priority in its centenary celebration by given it a pride of place.
Kogi State Government assured that it will continue to accord the desired respect and support to religious organization to enable them carry out their intercessory role.
The State Governor who was represented by his Deputy, Yomi Awoniyi, said the prophetic prayers is coming at a better time, especially as the nation prepares for election in 2015.
Capt. Wada, used the visit to call on Nigerians to rededicate themselves to God adding that the journey of nation building has not been easy, but said with prayers, dedication and absolute supplication to God, the nation would overcome its current challenges and make the desired prosperity.
In his remarks, the CAN President, Bishop Emmanuel Egbunu, said the prophetic prayer will intercede for the nation for peace, unity and progress.
Bishop Egbunu, commended the efforts of the State Government in creating an enabling environment for different religious in the state to practice their faith unhindered.
Highlights of the visit was prayers offered by Apostle Emmanuel Kure, for the Government and people of Kogi State.