The Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), Rev. Dr. Yakubu Pam today visited family of Late Ngo Vou Bitrus Pam, Late Maj. Gen. Raphael Deshi Isa and Hon. Daniel Sunday Dung to comfort and encourage them over their bereavements.
Rev. Pam and his entourage were at residence of Late Ngo Vou Bitrus Pam were he described the deceased as a true helper to her late Husband and accorded him the necessary support to succeed as a Minister of God.
He said her contributions to the body of Christ, humanity and the society will be greatly missed.
“She lived a life worthy of emulation” he posited.
He said the deceased accorded great support to her late husband to succeed as a Minister of God and served God and humanity faithfully.
“She was a true helper to her husband, a devoted Christian and virtuous woman who was faithful all through her lifetime”
He said her immense contributions to the body of Christ, humanity and the society.
“She lived a life worthy of emulation”
Son of the deceased, Pastor James Pam who received the delegation appreciated them for the visit and said they are encouraged by the comforting words.
“Our Late Mother gave time to evangelism and made the home front strong who was a faithful Christian, a committed Housewife, a Disciplinarian and a prayer Warrior” he said.
At the residence of Late Maj. Gen. Deshi Isa (Rtr), Rev. Pam lauded the gallantry of the the deceased who he said fought for the peace and unity of Nigeria and was a courageous General who lived a life of meritorious service to the Nation.
Rev. Pam said “Plateau people lost an illustrious Son”
Speaking on behalf of the family, Brig. Gen.Gakji Shipi said the demise of Maj. Gen. Deshi Isa shook the family as he was the pillar of the family but said the visit has further calm their emotions.
Rev. Yakubu Pam was also at the residence of Hon. Sunday Daniel Dung, Plateau State Chairman, Water Board and former Member House of Representatives Jos South/Jos East Federal Constituency where he charged him to take solace in God believing that what happened was purely God’s decision. He called on the widow of the late David Tisloh Dung to be strong and not allow the empty vacuum created by her husband’s death to turn her away from God. He said the deceased was an industrious and God fearing young Man with brighter future.
Hon. Sunday Daniel Dung father to late David Tisloh Dung who died at the age of 40 said his son lived a good life and was shocked when he was informed about his demise.
Rev. Pam took time to pray for the bereaved families in all the places visited.
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