Evangelical Church Winning All, ECWA at the weekend expressed worries over external and Internal Borrowings by the Federal Government.  Addressing newsmen in Jos after the end of the 68th General Church Council held at the ECWA headquarters in Jos, Dr Stephen Baba Panya said we observe with dismay the interminable flippant borrowing that has become characteristic of the present government of the Federation, without proper accountability for those already taken.


He said that the Council questions the rationale for the continuous taking of loans despite the absence of any tangible evidence of the positive impact of previous loans on the socio-economic lives of the citizens.


“We, therefore, call on the government to focus on creating the enabling environment for adequate harnessing and effective utilization of available resources that God has endowed the nation with for wealth creation, instead of the quick resort to foreign loans, thereby mortgaging the future of many generations of our children.


Panya further said on economic empowerment through Vocational Training, the Council has approved the setting up of a Bi-Vocational Ministry as well as modalities for engaging suitable members of the church into the ministry. He said moves such as these are indicative of ECWA’s passion for the extension of the frontiers of God’s kingdom.


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