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NCPC warns Bishop Dami, demands retraction of ‘false, malicious story’ against its Executive Secretary

*Gives him 5-days ultimatum to provide evidence of payments to the Commission  *Threatens legal actions shall there be any failure 

The Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC) has written a letter to the Adamawa State Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Bishop Steven Dami Mamza demanding extraction of what they described as “false and malicious publication against its Executive Secretary, Rev Yakubu Pam.

 

The letter signed by the Commission’s legal officer, J. Odeh Obule was in connection with the corruption allegations raised by Dami against Revd Pam accusing him of irregularities, embezzlement, and misappropriation of funds, and called EFCC to investigate NCPC under Pam’s watch.

 

NCPC denied all allegations raised by Bishop Mamza that the commission was adequately paid by the Adamawa state government to facilitate the performance of the Christian Pilgrimage to Rome in 2021 by its intending Pilgrims.

 

“These weighty but false allegations were contained in a press conference held by you (Dami) on 1st December given wide publicity in the print and electronic media including Channels Television, TVC News, Gotel, and National newspapers.

 

“For the avoidance of doubt, the commission states categorically that it never solicited nor collected money whatsoever from Adamawa State Government for the same pilgrimage exercise. It’s pertinent therefore to put the record straight to clear the false impression created in the public by your unfounded allegations.” The letter read

 

Details of all information are here contained in the letter made available to the media.

 

 

 

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