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Nigerian scholar became best winner of world interfaith week harmony 2022
The general overseer of Christ evangelical and life intervention ministry sabon tasha Kaduna state north western Nigeria ,and the national president peace revival and reconciliation foundation of Nigeria pastor Yohanna Buru has been declared the first winner of this year’s united nation world international interfaith harmony week 2022.
The judges received 85 submitted reports for the prize from hundreds of events held in total across the globe . This is a remarkable effort given the continuing effects of the Covid pandemic worldwide.
The result was published at the website of the organization and Pastor Yohanna Buru says this is the biggest award in the history of his life and it came at the right time which is going to boost his effort toward taking more peace campaigns to various places .,
Buru said, through the 7 days of the week, he was able to organize many events which included taking the interfaith week campaign to many schools, communities, markets, Football view center ,car part, train station, and other event like football matches and endurance trekking among different faith base organization which is toward promoting religious tolerance, better understanding, peace and forgiveness
Adding that,his team visited many hospital and donate free drugs and some supportive amount of money for the patient.
He said, The award would encourage him to be more committed toward creating peace clubs at schools and some communities, with the aims of teaching the young once ways to plant seed of peace ,harmony and happiness
“I am truly grateful to the organisers of the event,and as a peace ambassadors,am going to spread the message across”
Buru expressed delight and appreciation to the annual organizers of the world interfaith week and harmony while calling on all NGO. Civil society organization to always support government in promoting peace and unity across the 36 states of Nigeria.