The Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC) is set to undergo a transformation under the leadership of the Executive Secretary, Bishop Stephen Adegbite.

He made this known during a courtesy visit by the Magdala Unity Foundation, a Christian women’s organization, at the NCPC headquarters in Abuja this weekend.

Bishop Adegbite declared that NCPC has declared this year as the “Year of Renewed Hope and Satisfaction” and has adopted a new corporate slogan, “Service and Satisfaction.”

He emphasized the Commission’s commitment to providing excellent services to pilgrims, engaging youths and women strategically, and leveraging Israel’s agricultural technology and skill acquisition for Nigerian youths.

The NCPC boss expressed optimism about the country’s progress under President Bola Tinubu’s tenure and called for understanding in the ongoing negotiation on national minimum wage between labour and the government.

He praised the President of Magdala Unity Foundation, Deaconess Bola Ihesiulor, for her impeccable character and commended her organization’s objectives, which align with NCPC’s goals.

Deaconess Ihesiulor congratulated Bishop Adegbite on his appointment and commended his leadership style. She sought collaboration between the two organizations in areas such as agriculture, skill acquisition, and pilgrimage awareness.


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