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The Catholic Bishop of Yola, Most Reverend Stephen Dami Mamza has expressed his commitment to the service of God and humanity.

The Bishop was speaking at a thanksgiving Mass held in his honor for the completion of his six years stewardship as Adamawa state chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN.

The thanksgiving Mass held at Saint Theresa's Cathedral Jimeta, was initiated and sponsored by the Chief Executive Officer and Founder Emnamu Foundation Dr. Emmanuel Musa in recognition of Bishop Stephen Dami Mamza's six years sterling leadership of CAN.

Represented by the Commissioner for Transport, Wunfe Anthony, Deputy Governor Kaletapwa Farauta congratulated Bishop Dami Mamza and acknowledged his six years unmatched achievements in CAN and beyond religious lines.

While wishing him more wisdom and grace, the deputy governor prayed his successor will build on the legacies of Bishop Mamza.

Dr. Emmanuel Musa said the occasion was borne out of his desire to celebrate the accomplishments of Bishop Stephen Dami Mamza, noting that he is an advocate of better live for the poor, less privileged and the downtrodden.

He noted that Bishop Mamza's love for humanity binds them together, urging Christians to learn to celebrate each other and be brothers keeper.

The celebrant Most Reverend Stephen Dami Mamza appreciated God for the gift of life and sustenance to serve in his vineyard, appreciating Dr. Emmanuel Musa for his generosity, kindness and commitment to the course of humanity.

He acknowledged the support shown him by Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri and the Christian community which he described as unquantifiable, urging them to extend same or even more to his successor.

Earlier, Reverend Father William Peter in a sermon made emphasis on the significance of thanksgiving which according to him qualifies one for More favour and blessings from God.

The clergyman therefore, warned Christians against ingratitude, encouraging them to imbibe the spirit of unconditional gratitude.

According to him, Bishop Stephen Dami Mamza has left an indelible mark in Adamawa CAN and beyond, emphasizing that he has proven to be a detribalized leader, unifier, generous and courageous community developer.

The thanksgiving service featured official unveiling of a magazine titled "Rebirth", goodwill messages by various dignitaries who showered accolades on the celebrant, followed by the presentation of relief materials cut across food and non food items to physically challenged and the vulnerable in the society.

Sammeni Kamsobbi

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