- Nigerian leaders have been urged to emulate the executive secretary of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission
- The call was made by members of the Young Christians Forum of Nigeria
- According to the youths, Reverend Yakubu Pam's has recorded success through his leadership
Some Nigerian youths under the auspice of the Young Christians Forum of Nigeria, YCFN, on Wednesday, May 19, commended the leadership style of the executive secretary of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission, NCPC, Reverend Yakubu Pam.
The youths in their numbers called on public office holders across ministries and agencies in Nigeria to emulate Reverend Pam's exemplary lifestyle and leadership prowess.
In its strategic report recently released and seen by Legit.ng, the YCFN said the commission has since the appointment of Pam recorded unprecedented successes.
The report signed by YCFN's president, Reverend Enya Peter said the cleric has imbibed transparency, accountability and probity in NCPC's operations since he assumed office as the executive secretary of the commission.
According to Peter, it is important that the high standards set by Rev. Pam in the commission serve as a template for operation by government officials.
Listing some of the achievements of the cleric, Peter said, not only did Rev. Pam activate periodic strategic assessment and feedback mechanisms but he has also improved on staff welfare and strengthened the engagement of religious stakeholders.
He said that such attributes are worth emulating for sustainable growth and development of various sectors of Nigeria's economy.
"Thus, it is a statement that the NCPC ranks high in the prudent management of resources, which is lofty and should serve as an example to other government agencies."
Peter urged that:
"The leadership of the NCPC should not rest on its notable achievements but to continue to introduce policies and initiatives that would ultimately boost its operations in ways too numerous to mention."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Reverend Pam was appointed the executive secretary of the NCPC by President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday, July 4.
The clergy's appointment, the presidency said, is aimed at sustaining his reconciliatory pre-disposition in his new position as the executive secretary of the commission.
Also, in a recent development, the commission had denied its appointment of Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh, as the ambassador of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrims Commission.
The commission's denial followed claims by the actress in that she was appointed an ambassador for her contributions to society.