Christian Association of Nigeria’s Bloc, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (CPFN) and Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), has raised a five-man re-conciliatory panel under the chairmanship of Rt. Rev. A.I Tinuoye.
Inaugurating the panel at a re-conciliatory meeting held at the Christ Apostolic Church, Zaria, in Kaduna state, the chairman of the Bloc, Pastor Shola Olatunbosun, said the panel was raised to pave way for harmony between the splinter groups of the Bloc.
He, therefore, urged the leaders of the parties both at the state and national levels that might have been offended in one way or the other “during the unfortunate period to forget the past.”
He added that “now that the re-conciliatory panel has been established, the matter would become history.”
Olatunbosun said: “Our bloc has been the strength of CAN and the nation, how then did our salt lose its savour? Let us reason together and drop our swords it must devour forever do we not all have one Father? (Malachi 2:10).”
He explained that members of Bloc were expected to interact with the aggrieved parties, witness and make submissions with recommendations with view to bringing an end to the “ugly situation.”
The chairman lauded the efforts of the mother body of CAN, under the leadership of Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, and the state chapter of the Association for Interventions.
Blueprint reports that the committee has three months within which to submit its report.