Scarcely 24 hours to the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) races, Rev. Caleb Solomon-Ahima has guaranteed Christians of his dedication not to sell out their trust whenever chose leader of the religious body.
Solomon-Ahima, who is the President, Fellowship of Christian Churches in Nigeria (TEKAN), on Sunday gave the affirmation in a meeting with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Jos.
The TEKAN president is testing the occupant CAN President, Rev. Supo Ayokunle, in a decision planned for June 18 at the Ecumenical Center, Abuja.
He portrayed initiative as a "trust of the general population" to be enviously protected and kept to serve the general population.
"l am going into this challenge with the sole reason to save CAN and serve our Christian brethren by joining them as well as lifting their profound lives to give their best towards the structure of our Nation.
"At the point when the congregation is joined together and in concordance with other confidence for quiet concurrence, at that point we can manufacture a solid Nigeria and offer plan to the youthful ones.
"Nigeria is God's Project, so we as Nigerians must have confidence in ourselves and God, our maker, for the ideal development and advancement as we cooperate as a group.
"We should realize that even family will pass judgment on the entirety of our activities similarly as God will pass judgment on every one of us. In this way, we should fear Him in everything we do, not to come up short Him and His kin," he said.
Solomon-Ahima swore to convey all Christians along in his organization whenever given the opportunity and encouraged the agents to cast a ballot with their inner voice as per the desire of God.