Chairman of the Board of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), Pastor Yomi Kasali, has given the assurance that the Board would run an open-door policy where “all issues concerning the Commission would be treated with fairness.”
He disclosed this yesterday in Abuja during a maiden interactive meeting with Board and staff of the Commission.
“I am a man of fairness. I judge with fairness because I want the Holy Ghost to lead my life. Let’s treat men and women well because this is a Christian Organisation. The Board will run an open door policy and all I want is fairness, equity and just,” he said.
He advised the staff to always give support to the Executive Secretary of the Commission, Rev. Tor Uja, adding that the Board would ensure that the Commission “is run with integrity.”
Responding, the NCPC boss urged the staff to give maximum cooperation to the new Board.
According to him, “all these people are very important to our lives and to our country.”
Our correspondent reports that the Board of NCPC was formally inaugurated on February 27, 2018, by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr. Boss Mustapha.
The new Chairman of NCPC Board is the General Overseer of the Foundation of Truth Assembly Lagos with branches in Abuja and other cities.
The NCPC new Board comprises members from each geo-political zones and the FCT.
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