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05 December

Non Payment of Pension: National Union of Pensioners Kogi State Chapter Declares 7Days Fasting & Prayers

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NUP declares 7 days prayer and fasting over non payment of salaries

The Nigeria Union of Pensioners, Kogi state Council has declared a 7 days prayer and fasting for all state and local government pensioners including retired primary school teachers in the state.

In a statement signed by the state chairman, Chief Onuh Abdullahi said they are praying for all Pensioners, particularly those that have not been able to access their pension for some months, that God should sustain them by opening doors of favor.

It added that God should touch the heart of their leaders to pay the desired attention to the plight of senior citizens who have spent their useful years in serving their fatherland.

It directed them to pray that Pensioners will leave to enjoy the fruit of their labor before going back to their makers.

It also urged them to pray that the peace of God which passes human understanding will reign in Kogi state now and always.

The statement also directed them to pray to God to heal all Pensioners that have one health challenges or the other and also for the repose of the souls of the departed Pensioners.

It ended by urging them to pray that the state government under the leadership of Yahaya Bello for Divine guidance leading to attainment of monumental achievement during his tenure.

The prayer and fasting will take effect from Tuesday 6th December, 2016 and round up at the local government branches on Monday 12th December, 2016 at noon.

 

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