UfitFly fetes new NCPC Executive Secretary, seeks good collaboration

The team lead of the destination management firm UfitFly, Evangelist Ajibola Ogunkeyede has described the appointment of the newly chosen Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC) Bishop Stephen Adegbite as a round peg in a round hole while praying for his success and glorious stay in his new position.

Ogunkeyede who made the remark during his working visit to the NCPC on the 6th of February, conveyed his heartfelt congratulations to the newly appointed Executive Secretary while expressing optimism for a successful tenure marked by growth and prosperity for the NCPC.

He however seeks for a continuous unblemished working relationship that subsist between the NCPC and UfitFly laced with gestures of goodwill, as Evang. Ogunkeyede offered prayers for the scribe’s leadership journey, and the overall leadership and body of the NCPC, emphasizing the significance of collective effort in advancing the commission’s mission while asking for divine guidance and wisdom.

The occasion was graced by the esteemed presence of the President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), The Most Rev. Daniel Chukwudumebi Okoh and his wife, Mrs. Ngozi Okoh, who also extended their felicitations to the Executive Secretary.

Also present were Bishop Adeniyi Ayomide of the Methodist Church Diocese of Yewa Aseko and Mr. Solomon Nwachukwu, Nigerian representative of OPHIR Tours, a principal partner to UfitFly.

“The presence of these eminent clergies and bigwigs in the Nigerian pilgrimage sector showed the importance of collaboration and unity within the religious community, aligning with UfitFly’s commitment to promoting harmony and cooperation,” Ogunkeyede noted while highlighting the importance of collaboration and partnership.

He added that “this visit served as a testament to UfitFly’s steadfast commitment to promoting goodwill and cooperation within the community, further solidifying our position as a trusted partner in the travel industry, especially Christian pilgrimage in Africa.

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