Igala All Saints Of Nigeria Honors Former Kogi Governor, Alhaji Ibrahim Idris.

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Congregation of Igala Catholic community in Nigeria,know as “Igala All Saints” has singled out former Kogi Governor, Alhaji Ibrahim Idris for his support to christian religious activities.

In his yearly program organised by the body at Our Lady of Schools, Anyigba,the Bishop of Idah Diocese,His lordship Most Reverend Bishop Anthony Adamu Adaji commmeded the former Govenor for his untiring efforts not only to christianity,but religious developement in Nigeria.

He said the efforts of the former Govenor,Alhaji Ibrahim Idris in propagating Christian religion in Kogi state is unquatifiable,having identified with christianity in all the programs geared towards religious advancement.

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Bishop Adaji urged all Nigerians particularly the political class to emulate the good virtues of former Kogi Governor, Alhaji Ibrahim Idris towards religious rejuvenation in the current dispensation.

Former Kogi Governor, Alhaji Ibrahim Idris made remarkable contributions towards the Christian community in Igala land an Kogi state particularly in the building of churches and schools.

Responding,former Kogi Governor,and Jakadan Sokoto appreciated the igala christian community for bestowing on him such a prestigious award,stating his intention to continue to do more for religious advancement and stability.

He said his decision to continue to contribute his widows might to religious developement was in response and gratitude to Almighty God for his life and that of his family,saying he will not relent in that regard.

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The Former Kogi Governor congratulated the Christian community on this year’s event,advising them to continue to preach the gospel towards a better and well reformed society.




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