Nigeria: Kogi Christian Pilgrims Urged to Be Good Ambassadors
By Usman A. Bello, 7 December 2012
Lokoja — The 183 intending Christian pilgrims from Kogi State have been urged to be good ambassadors of the country while in Jerusalem. Yomi Awoniyi, the state deputy governor gave the charge at a one day orientation seminar for the pilgrims organised by the state's Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board.
Earlier, the executive secretary, Christian Pilgrimage Board, said the seminar is geared towards ensuring that pilgrims understand the rules and regulations for a successful pilgrimage.
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