Ndukuba dedicates NOF Foundation temporary office in Abuja
At the dedication service, the Primate urged Christians to step into God’s purpose, because He has given all hope to serve Him.
Appreciating the mercy of God in the life of former Primate Nicholas Okoh, Ndukuba said, “we were all written off and no one has anything to boast of, but the mercy of God. He prayed that through the Foundation, Archbishop Okoh will make a difference for the Church, nation and humanity, as God’s purpose is accomplished.
Chairman of the Foundation, the Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, said the Foundation was his way of continuing in the service of the church.
“Any human being who is alive will like to do something. And then for me in the Church, leaving the church, I find it difficult to leave the church completely. So, I have to attach myself to something in the Church. And this Foundation is to advance the purpose of the Church, particularly reaching out to those in difficulty, that as we do this, people will be relieved and they will praise God, and if they praise God, then we have achieved our purpose,” Okoh said.
The Nicholas Okoh Foundation (NOF) was launched on July 18, 2019, alongside the public presentation of his book titled, “Not by Might nor by Power-selected Messages to the World.”
The NOF, as a Non-governmental Organisation (NGO) aims to promote good leadership, foster responsive and ethical governance, as well as liaise with national and international government agencies, religious organisations, public and private bodies for the exchange of information and study of relevant social, moral, religious and economic subjects.
Other objectives include establishing scholarships, promote youth empowerment programmes, skill acquisition schemes and vocational training, among others.
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