Humanitarian services: Christian group honours Adamawa CAN chairman

A Christian body under the auspices of Autan Zaki Global Foundation has presented an award of excellence to the Adamawa State Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Most Reverend Dr. Stephen Dami Mamza in recognition of his contribution to his humanitarian services.

Presenting the award, Apostle Victor Bulus popularly known as Autan Zaki ikon Allah, who is the president and founder of the organization says as a body, the magnanimity of Bishop Mamza has reached their corridors hence the award and to further commend him for what he is doing in peace building and humanitarian services.

Autan Zaki noted that through their foundation, the respected cleric has written his name in gold by impacting positively on widows, orphans, internally displaced persons, the physically challenged, and a host of others.

While showering encomiums on Bishop Mamza who is the Catholic diocesan Bishop of Yola, Zaki says as the CAN Chairman of Adamawa State, Bishop has laid a solid foundation and has proved his worth as a leader worthy of emulation, reaffirming that indeed, he is called to serve God and humanity.

He reveals that his organization is due to host a youth summit in the state to further preach the gospel of unity as encapsulated in a document he presented to Bishop Mamza saying, the blueprint was developed after a successful conversation they had with the Bishop and how he encouraged him to continue his good works.

Responding, Most Reverend Dr. Stephen Dami Mamza thanks the Autan Zaki Global Foundation for finding him worthy of the award expressing that he is humble by the honorary recognition.

Bishop Mamza reminded himself of the additional responsibility and expectation on him saying he is aware that to whom much is given much is expected, promising to continue to serve God and humanity in the little way he can.

The CAN chair reveals that he is slow in accepting awards, however, he deemed it is necessary to accept this one and to identify with the foundation due to their intention and the promotion of the gospel of Jesus Christ, praying for their success and encouraging the foundation to keep the fire burning by preaching peace and peaceful coexistence and supporting the less privileged.

Bishop Mamza called on well-to-do individuals to support the foundation, especially the Christian brothers and sisters that are placed in a good position noting that by so doing, they are equally promoting and preaching the good news proclaimed by Jesus Christ.

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