14 August 2020 by Josiah Buzun
The fellowship of Churches of Christ in Nigeria, otherwise known as TEKAN has called on Government to end the killings in Southern Kaduna and other parts of the Country.
In a Communique at the end of its executive Council meeting in Jos, the Fellowship of Churches called for total overhaul of the Country’s security apparatus as suggested by the National Assembly, Governors, the Church and other well meaning Nigerians.
The Communiqué which was signed by TEKAN President, Reverend Caleb Ahima and General Secretary Reverend Moses Ebuga called for more attention to be given to IDPs by providing them with more relief materials as well as take measures towards managing flood which is ravaging communities.
It applauded the efforts of Government and other stakeholders in fighting the COVID 19 and charged them to be more committed, transparent and prudent in managing crisis, information and resources that will help the Country overcome the Pandemic.
It also frowned at the high level of corruption cases in the Country and called on the President to show more commitment in this regard.
TEKAN has been in existence for 64 years with about 30 million members with traceable Evangelical ancestry, theological affinity and Christian belief.