WHBCS says there is Hope for Nigeria at 60

The President and Chancellor, World Harvest Bible College and Seminary (WHBCS), Calabar Rev. Dr. Nick Ezeh who is also the General Overseer of the Christ for the World Mission has said that there is hope for Nigeria as the country celebrates her 60th Independence Anniversary.

He spoke with news men in Calabar at the 24th/ 25th convocation ceremony of the WHBCS at the University of Calabar Hotel Conference Hall.

He also said that there is hope for the church and that no attack from all angles can destroy it. “As the nation celebrates her 60th independence anniversary it therefore means that there is hope for the country. But where there is no hope the people become hopeless”.

“Whatever that has light there is growth, these grandaunts live and stay stainless the generation that is to be born has hope of what is called sanity and betterments”

“No armed robber or Boko Haram can kill the Church. The church is an entity that lives on the rock. It is established in the rock, live inside the church and no attack from the devil can destroy it, there is hope for the church.”

The General Overseer of the Christ for the World Mission disclosed that the institution has convoked a total of Nine Hundred and Ninety four including the seventy One grandaunts in today’s convocation since it was established over twenty years ago.

Rev. Dr. Nick Ezeh charged the graduating student to take charge of their plat forms, stay stainless speak the truth and transform the society.

“He further said that the ultimate goal as a theologically-minded- institution is to ensure that the seminary becomes a theological University with more Affiliate Colleges and campuses. It gives me a great joy to announce today that we are adding a new wing. The affiliate school- College of Theology and Administration Anyigba, Kogi state to the main campus in Calabar”

Also speaking at the event, the provost Prof. Aniefiok Akpabio said that the school has grown from strength to strength over the years due to its commitment, generational consciousness, the curriculum was rich enough to produce the Nigeria that the country is looking for, and that the Institution received no sponsorship from outside source.

The theme of the convocation was Theogical Education and the Challenge of Today’s Pandemic delivered by Prof. Comfort Etok, Chairman, Governing Board, and Centre for Gender and Women Studies University of Uyo. 

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