In the spirit of Christmas, the Catholic Bishop of Yola Diocese, Bishop Stephen Dami Mamza has distributed Christmas gift to over seven hundred internally Displaced children in Adamawa State.
The kind gesture is in partnership with Mission Take Heart where the internally Displaced Persons benefitted from Anguwan Kara Camp in Girei local government and St Theresa’s Camp, Yola North of Adamawa State
Bishop Mamza, who double as the Adamawa state CAN Chairman disclosed that this season is meant to show concern to the poor and the less privileged so that the celebration will be smooth for the families
The Bishop promised to continue to do everything under his power to take education of the displaced children his topmost priority.
However he called on the parents of the the children to always keep the camp hygienic, as cleanliness is next to Godliness adding that, COVID-19 is real. He also urged all the IDPs to observe preventive protocols.
Bishop Mamza advised both Muslims and Christians to continue to live in peace and harmony saying that without peace, there will be no development. He also urged Muslims to celebrate with Christians during Christmas and also called on Christians to open their doors for celebration.