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By Sammeni Kamsobbi

Adamawa State Deputy Governor, Professor Keletapwa George Faurata, has pleaded with Journalists to embraced the truth as well as communicate to bring unity and development in the society.

The Deputy Governor, made the plead while speaking at the child dedication of Dr. Stephen Maduwa which coincided with the Annual World Communications Sunday.

The Annual 2024 communications  Sunday is titled; "Artificial Intelligence and the wisdom of the heart towards a fully human communication".

The World Communications Day as it is in the Catholic calendar, had series of activities and was concluded on Sunday, 12th May, 2024, at Saint Augustine's Catholic Church Bekaji.

The event brought together state government officials, dignitaries, family, friends and media practitioners both within and outside Adamawa.

Deputy Governor, Professor Farauta, congratulated the family of Dr. Stephen Madawu for finding it worthy to present the child in God's vineyard, noting that is in accordance to Christain faith and also prayed that the Almighty will protect as well as shield the family from danger.

Professor Keletapwa George Farauta,  while speaking on World Communications Sunday, said, despite the technology round the world, human communication can't be erased because it is the only means that human beings freely understand each other.
Farauta,  urged Journalists to always embraced the truth and ensure that their reportage does not cause division but brings peace, unity as well development among the people.

The Catholic Bishop of Yola, Most Reverend Stephen Dami Mamza, in his address, thanked the media practitioners for working  towards the growth of the church, noting that he will continue to collaborate with them and asked for more support.

He called on Christians not to be selfish in all their dealings, pointing out that they should stand against any divisive tendencies, while working towards achieving the desire of the church which is unity.

Reverend Mamza said as Christ followers, they should pursue peace stressing that  communication is rooted in Christianity and called on the church to always respect, value and care for it's members.

While responding, Dr. Stephen Madawu, expressed joy of his family members emphasizing the good part of presenting a child in God's vineyard, as submitting the child to God's desires, stressing that praying for the children will ensure proper upbringing.

Later, Bishop Dami Mamza held a dinner with journalists and members of deaf community of the church to round up activities marking this year's World Communications Week.

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