By Yinka Ajayi
The new President of Central Africa Assemblies of God Alliance (CAAGA) and General Superintendent of Assemblies of God Nigeria, Rev. Dr. Chidi Okoroafor, has stressed the need for President Muhammadu Buhari to uphold the nation’s secularity.
Speaking during the 2017 edition of CAAGA International Conference held in Lagos and tagged, Accelerating the Harvest in the 21th Century, Okoroafor said: “If Christians in the northern part of Nigeria do not feel safe going to church due to civil unrest or continual terrorist attacks, it is left to individuals, the nation is on the throes of Islamisation. And such situation tends to make the people feel insecure.”
The General Superintendent admonished participants at the event to be steadfast in propagating missionary activities throughout the world, adding that the 21th century Church is faced with more complicated situation. “ It is against this background that we are gathered as a fraternal unit of Africa Assemblies of God Alliance, in the Central Africa region, to urge the entire Church within the continental sub-region, spread throughout the eight countries like Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Chad among others to brace up for the challenges ahead”
In the same vein, Rev. Pastor Ejikeme Ejim, the Mission Board Chairman and Assistant General Superintendent, AG Nigeria, said: “In spite of ceaseless attacks of the enemy against the Church, the Assemblies of God Nigeria is marching forward in victory.”