ERCC Youth Leader Speaks Out Against Cankerworms of Tribalism and Sensationalism


Tribalism and sensationalism have been described as cankerworms that undermine the growth and development of the country.

Chairman Youth Fellowship ERCC Graceland, Mr Michael Usman Aboh stated this while delivering sermon to mark this year’s annual Youth Fellowship of the Evangelical Reformed Church of Christ, ERCC.

Annually, the General Youth Council, GYC, under the General Church Council of the Evangelical Reformed Church of Christ, ERCC, set aside a  week long programme,  to engage youths of the Church in both spiritual and physical activities for their growths with this year’s theme ‘ Trust and Obey’.

In a sermon, Youth Fellowship Chairman of the Evangelical Reformed Church of Christ, ERCC Graceland Lafia, Michael Usman Aboh, who read from various potions of the Holy Bible, lamented the detrimental impact of Tribalism and Sensationalism in the society, urging Christians to rise up towards overcoming the menace.

Usman Aboh encouraged youths to engage in meaningful ventures that will make them self reliant and warned them against any act inimical to their lives.

Addressing the congregation, Second Reverend of ERCC Graceland, Freedom Monday Bizanni, acknowledged the important role youth play for societal growth, advising them to always be agents of change.

Presenting the Church GYC, Fellowship President, Dube Anthony Danjuma, the fellowship vice Chairman of ERCC Graceland Lafia, Emmanuel Namo Audu, appreciated the General Church Council for according them the opportunity to observe the event, calling on youths to shun rebellion and be obedient to the Church and constituted authorities in the country.

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