The Chairman Kaduna State Chapter of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Apostle Emmanuel Egoh Bako has tasked communities to re-strategize on how they to live and interact with their neighbors peacefully.


He gave the challenge recently during an interactive meeting tagged “ZAMAN-AMANA” with community, youth, women and religious leaders held at Government Secondary School Kafanchan.

He explained that the meeting was aimed at re-awakening the minds of the people to the way of life adopted by the older generation, which he noted paved way for a more peaceful and harmonious relationship between the people irrespective of their differences.


Apostle Bako who is also the President of Operations Catch the Fire Ministry Kafanchan, called for respect and orderliness specifically for the younger generation, pointing out that the negative impact of technology is causing a lot of issues in society.

While urging citizens to disabuse the minds of those who are bent on disrupting the peace, unity and orderliness in the society, the cleric noted that there is no growth and development in an atmosphere of rancour.

Salama News reports that different speakers who also spoke on the theme of the meeting “NEGATIVE IMPACT OF ABUSING SOCIAL MEDIA”, took turns to remind the public on how they can use the social media to pass good and verified informations, especially now that the general election is around the corner.