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EYN new President vows to recover church from Boko Haram related attacks in North East

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EYN new President vows to recover church from Boko Haram related attacks in North East

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By Treasure Moses

While delivering his acceptance speech, the New president of Church of the Brethren in Nigeria otherwise known as EYN-Ekklisuyar Yan’uwa a Nigeria, Dr Daniel Mbaya has vowed to bring infrastructural growth in order to recover from insurgency-related destruction while also advancing the church’s mission and vision in accordance with Jesus Christ’s teachings.

Mbaya gave the assurance during his inauguration alongside other officials at the Church’s Headquarters in Kwarai, Maraban Mubi of Hong local government area of Adamawa State where he promised to build on the achievements of previous leaders in putting the fear of God in the hearts of the church’s approximately 15 million members.

He stated that plans are underway to offer additional prospects and advancements that will bring glory to God while also edifying the church physically and spiritually.

The new leader praised the state government’s efforts to promote peaceful cohabitation and harmony among the state’s diverse population.

Rev. (Dr.) Daniel Mbaya was inaugurated as president, Rev. Nuhu Mutah Abba as vice president, Rev. James Musa as general secretary, and Rev. Timta Luka Musa as administrative secretary. Rev Ezra Dawi, the church’s spiritual adviser, presided over the administration of the oath of office to the church’s new leadership.

Earlier, Governor Ahmadu Fintiri committed to work with the new leadership to make the state a better place and emphasized the importance of interfaith relationships, unity, and genuine respect for one another’s religious views and traditions.

“Justice and fairness are central to my oath of service to the state and the foundation of this administration’s success,” he said, urging the president to speak up where there is hardship and injustice. He exhorted religious leaders to always act ethically in their duties to God and humanity.

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