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Published On: Wed, Mar 7th, 2018

We’ll run an open door policy -Pilgrim Commission board

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By Albert Akota- Abuja

The Chairman of the Board of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission, NCPC, Pastor Yomi Kasali has assured that the Board of the Commission would run an open door policy where all issues concerning the Commission would be treated with fairness.
He disclosed this yesterday in Abuja during a maiden interactive meeting with Board and Staff of the Commission.
In the words of the Chairman, “I am a man of fairness. I judge with fairness because I want the Holy Ghost to lead my life” He further stated: “Let’s treat men and women well because this is a Christian Organisation”.
Pastor Kasali further affirmed: The Board will run an open door Policy and all I want is fairness, equity and just”.
He admonished the Staff to maintain a high level of honour and commitment in the discharge of their duties. His words: “I will affect you positively and you will affect me so that there will be Justice at the end”.
He stressed the need for continuous engagement with the Staff as that would diminish speculations and gossips as he believed in appropriate engagement with people.
The chairman further advised members of Staff to always give support to the Executive Secretary of NCPC, Rev. Tor Uja and be by his side as him and the Board would ensure that the Commission is run with integrity and ensure that the welfare of Staff are not compromised.
He said he has known the Executive Secretary for quite some time with whom he has tremendous respect for, adding that all the Staff are precious and honoured.
Responding, the Executive Secretary of NCPC, Rev. Tor Uja urged the Staff to give maximum cooperation for the new Board. According to him:
“all these people are very important to our lives and to our country” He further enjoined the Staff to wake up and work effectively. His words: “let’s improve and move forward”.

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