Chris­tian group holds rec­on­cil­ia­tory meet­ing in Zaria

Daily Trust - - NEWS - From Isa Sa’idu, Zaria

Mem­bers the Chris­tian Pen­te­costal Fel­low­ship of Nigeria (CPFN) yes­ter­day held a rec­on­cil­ia­tory meet­ing in Zaria, where the two dis­put­ing blocs agreed to bury their dif­fer­ences for unity and peace.

Chair­man of CPFN/PFN bloc of Kaduna State Chris­tian As­so­ci­a­tion of Nigeria (CAN), Dr. Amb. Shola Olatun­bo­sun, de­scribed the rec­on­cil­ia­tory meet­ing as a suc­cess over Satan.

“The pur­pose of our gath­er­ing is well known and it is long over­due. For the pur­pose of em­pha­sis, it is to put an end to the mav­er­ick of the

of en­emy of love and I am de­lighted with this at­mos­phere.

The un­for­tu­nate event started dur­ing the most un­ex­pected pe­riod of our glory, a time that the head­ship of our mother body, the Chris­tian As­so­ci­a­tion of Nigeria (CAN) Kaduna State chap­ter, was zoned to us for the very first time in the his­tory of our mem­ber­ship. While we were bask­ing in that eu­pho­ria of hon­our, the en­emy lo­cated our guard and hit us be­low the belt, bring­ing sus­pi­cion and dishar­mony into our bounded brother­hood. This shame­ful oc­cur­rence has caused us vary­ing de­grees of in­juries. It is high time we stopped wash­ing our dirty linens in pub­lic,” he said.

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