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TEKAN President Applauds La-Shipson Construction MD For embarking on Construction of Computer Laboratory, Library for TCNN School

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The President, Fellowship of Churches of Christ in Nigeria (TEKAN) Rev. Dr. Caleb Ahima has commended the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of La-Shipson Construction Nigeria Ltd. Hon. Moses Godia Shippi for sponsoring the building of an Administrative Block and Computer Laboratory and Library at the Staff Secondary School of Theological College of Northern Nigeria, Bukuru, Jos Plateau State.

He describes Shipi as the Voice of the Church, saying God will bless him for the good gesture toward the Church.

Ahima said TEKAN will never let him down for his support to the church in Northern Nigeria.

The TEKAN President who double as the Deputy National CAN President made the commendation on Thursday in Jos during the official Foundation laying for the Building of Administrative Block and Computer Laboratory and Library at TCNN Staff Secondary School sponsor by La-Shipson Construction Nigeria Ltd.

Rev. Ahima commended Hon. Shipi for sponsoring the building for the benefit of the church.

He describes shipi as a pillar and a voice of the church, saying TEKAN didn’t approach him, but he decided to initiate the project to support the church.

“For a Young person like Hon. Moses Shipi to undertake this kind of vision, we know that young people are associated with dreams of owning cars, Mansions, but Shipi has done something that has left us in surprise, because TEKAN never approach him to do what he is doing now, it is God that has guided him”.

He added that Christians must learn from Shipi to promote Unity in Nigeria against the background of insecurity, kidnapping and other challenges, saying togetherness we will achieved more than individuals, “Our God who is God of unity will help us to be united and always stand in one voice”.

” As the National Deputy President of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) what burn my heart is how the church will stand united in love and focus, and we in TEKAN and CAN are working hard with prayers to see how we will be united together”.

Former COCIN President Rev. Professor Yamsat, TEKAN General Secretary Rev. Moses Ebuga and Commander Operation Rainbow Major Gen. Stephen Guar Rtd. All commended Hon. Moses Shipi for the focus vision towards putting a legacy project at the TCNN Secondary School.

While Speaking on the purpose of the Project, the Managing Director of La-shipson Construction Nigeria Ltd, and National Chairman of the All Blending Party (ABP) Hon. Moses Godia Shipi said the project is not just an ordinary building, but is divine mandate and instruction from God directly to him to embark on the project for the purpose of unifying the church.

“This is not just an ordinary project, but a Divine mandate and instruction from God directly to embark on this kind of assignment because this is the beginning of the unity of the church, the beginning of the empowerment of the church”.

According to Shipi said the project is also a messages of unifying the entire God of Christ and will be the beginning and foundation of TEKAN University.

Hon. Shipi, who was also the Former Presidential Candidate of the All Blending Party during the 2019 General elections told Journalists that all material for the effective implementation of the project is on ground, saying the building project is expected to be completed in less than six months.

The Ceremony for the Foundation Laying witness Song Ministration by the Priesthood Choir, TCNN Staff Secondary School Bukuru, Zion Voice as well as Special prayers for the success of the Building Project.

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