No fewer than 1000 Nigerian university students, graduates of different disciplines and lecturers left the shores of the country few days to Ghana on educational cum evangelical tour, and have made array of donations to several welfare centres in many regions of Ghana.
They are in Ghana for a one week educational cum evangelical tour of different regions of the motherland, Ghana tagged “Peace March”.
The team is led by international president of the academic group called Association of Brotherhood Academic Scholars (ABAS), Christ Ambassador Boma Ambile as well as two past presidents, Professor of Economics, David Irefin and Dr. Thomas Commander.
Ambile, president of ABAS, said before their key mission which includes embarking on a four hour procession round the major streets of Accra in the Greater Accra Region on Saturday 29 March, 2019 they were to undertake philanthropic and evangelical visitations as against purely academic works.
These works were carried out in the Sunyani Region, Kumasi in the central region as well as in the southern Accra region.
The faith-based group which also comprised of motivational speakers and leaders visited the Remar Ghana Orphanage Home where they not only prayed for the children but presented food items, beverage, detergents and a bulging envelop to support them.
The children were highly elated to see the Nigerian academic visitors who identified with their situation and prepared the Almighty God to regularly provide for them. In keeping with their faith, they prayed, preached and sang for the children and their managers.
Manager of the home, Mr. Nana Okokoware, who was very joyful at the visit, thanked the Nigerian scholars for the kind visit and prayed God to bless the group.
The Nigerian students paid a welfare visit to a prominent Ghanaian citizen who was a member of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star with international headquarters in Calabar Nigeria, who died, Pastor (Chief) Nana Yaw Dukun.
The team had earlier billed to visit him on his sick bed at Sunyani Municipal Hospital.
The visiting Nigerian students, led by Archbishop Joe Dike and Prof, Irefin visited the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation as well as the Minister of Parliament, Hon. Elvis Morris Donkon.
They were at Cyprian Anglican Church in Fante Newtown where Most Rev Prof Daniel Yinkah Sarfo and Primate (CPWA) Archbishop and Diocean Bishop of kumasi welcomed them. They seized the opportunity to talk about importance of peace, tolerance and unity of all religions, sects, denominational and metaphysical organisations under the Fatherhood of the Godhead now manifest.