The President of Operation Catch-The-Fire Ministry and senior Pastor of Good News Power Base Church Kafanchan, Apostle Emmanuel Egoh Bako, has underscored the need for the Elites in Southern Kaduna to trust and mentor the younger generation for a more secured and Prosperous region.



Apostle Egoh who made the observation on Sunday during the special Church service tagged “Youth Convergence”, organized by the Church in Kafanchan, noted that the best investment is in human development which has an assured return on investment for the benefit of the society.


He explained that the vision which is aimed at building an enduring legacies for generations will be showcasing and encouraging the youth of Southern Kaduna who have dreams of becoming accomplished Chief Executive Officers in the future and to also expose them to mentors from the land.



Apostle Bako who is also the Chairman, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, Kaduna State Chapter, pointed out that Southern Kaduna is blessed with a huge number of youths with special abilities that if encouraged, can put the land on a positive light.


He appealed to good spirited individuals from Southern Kaduna to take advantage of this opportunity and write their names in gold through funding for these entrepreneurs.



Apostle Bako however, tasked the youth to shun vices that might tarnish their future, rather they should strive to realize their purpose in life and pursue it so as to be a blessing to their parents and generation.


Earlier, the Chairman, Southern Kaduna Leadership Council, Mr. Ishaya Dary Akau, who was guest at the event, urged the younger generation to rise to the challenge and resist being tagged as second class citizens and to also protect the land from external invasion.



Akau commended the the Church for identifying and encouraging the youths from different vocations to think and dream big, in order to change the future of Southern Kaduna and to place it top on the list of productive nations.



He tasked the youth not to relent in their pursuit for education, because it will give them an edge in whatever vocation or trade they might want to engage in by making them good managers.



On the forthcoming general elections, Mr. Dary Akau urged the electorate in Southern Kaduna to be more strategic in their choice of who will govern them rather than being sentimental.



Salama News reports that the program also provided an avenue for young persons to present their own business products and ideas to the congregation, with the aim of igniting a competitive spirit across the land as a remedy for self-satisfaction.