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CAN, Muslim Council Visit Gov Ishaku, Pray for him

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CAN, Muslim Council Visit Gov Ishaku, Pray for him.

The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, Taraba State chapter and the Muslim Council today visited Gov Darius Dickson Ishaku in his Government House Office, Jalingo.

Govenor Ishaku, in his remarks, appreciated the CAN and Muslim council for finding time to come to felicitate and to pray for him.The Governor used the occasion to appreciate the entire people of Taraba for believing in him and for re-electing him with a wide margin of votes. He said he will not relent in his effort to take the state out of poverty and called on the people to support efforts of government to ensure peace in the state.

Give Ishaku said his administration will leave an enviable legacy of dedicated service with the lives of millions of people positively touched.
He said the devil was always going round looking for people to use in disestablishing the state but the prayers of the People have always frustrated such evil plots. He acknowledged that there are challenges but said he was hopeful that they would be overcome.

The CAN Chairman, speaking said the visist was to felicitate with his Excellency on his victory at the Tribunal and for them to pray for him for God’s grace in the discharge of his duties. Rev Jirapye, CAN chairman said God had chosen Ishaku to lead Taraba, therefore, no man can take a position against what God has done.

The Chairman Muslims Council also spoke saying as religious leaders they only pray for leaders and urged Tarabans to accept and support the decision that Allah has made concerning Gov Ishaku.

●Nelson C. Len

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