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Religion: Hon Agho Oliver, others contribute to kick-off PC Nsoh-Bafut Church project

By a Correspondent 

Hon Agho Oliver was amongst those who made outstanding contributions for the construction  of a benefiting Church house for PC Nsoh-Bafut on Sunday 2 April 2023. 

"This is Holy Week and I thank God for the fact that the people of PC Nsoh-Bafut have committed themselves to erect a befitting Church house of worship for the Lord. My modest support is to accompany them and ensure that the Church house comes to existence soonest." Hon Agho Oliver said

He has contributed about three tons of cement worth 300000 FCFA for a Church house that will finally witness take-off despite long standing challenges. The Member of Parliament for Bafut-Tubah has encouraged the community to work for the growth of the church and peaceful coexistence amongst the members. 

The Paramount Fon of Bafut through a representative has eased tensions giving way for the Church house project to take-off. 
"I am happy with for role the Bafut Traditional Council (BTC) has played in facilitating the establishment of PC Nsoh-Bafut on it permanent land ar Nsoh-Bafut. We shall continue to support and nourish the young Presbyterian Church in Nso until maturity and self-reliance." The Fon's representative said 

The Divine Service turned fund raiser was to inaugurate PC Nsoh congregation hitherto a prayer cell following the approval of the Synod Committee in November 2021. 
"We are here to celebrate because what our predecessors asked for in prayer and faith has been given to us. Unfortunately, some of them who wished to see this day are not with us today. May they continue to rest well at the Lord's bossom. For those of us who are alive, let us join hands and heart together and work wholly for God until our days on earth are over. Nsoh Christians, let us combine forces with other denominations to evangelize our community and beyond thereby winning more souls for Christ to the glory of God." The congregational Chairperson said 
The Presbyterial Treasurer Bafut and Pastor PCC Agyati being the Parish under which PC Nsoh-Bafut is found has challenged the Christians to defend and protect the church at all times. The Rev. Ebai Frederick Tiku has assured the baby congregation of his personal support and that of the entire church leadership to ensure that all goes well.

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