Students Saminaka finally possess their possessions…
The students of the Theological Seminary of Northern Nigeria, (TSNN) Saminaka, Kaduna state have finally taken their possessions in full as they moved to the school campus today.
The exodus which was led by the Dean of students, Rev. Joshua Odeh was seen as the crossing over ceremony of the Israelites from the wilderness to the promise land.
The Dean urged the students to be patient with the school management as plans to put the dormitories in order are in place.
The students expressed their gratitude to God and the school management for working tirelessly in ensuring that the students returned to the school campus.
Newsfence reporters gathered that the students have been receiving lectures in Assemblies of God church Abadawa II in Lere local government, Kaduna.
One of the students who preferred anonymous said that God has done what only He alone can do. He further stated that going back to the school campus has been his greatest desire.
Stressing that studying outside the school environment has not been easy for the students and the lecturers as well as the environment is not conducive for learning.
Similarly, the Assemblies of God Saminaka district also known as Jerusalem celebrated her victory today at the church auditorium.
The district of the church which has been embroiled in leadership crisis leading to factionalisation of the church in the area led to the shut down of the churches including three institution of the church was officially reopened yesterday by the state government.
The celebration thanksgiving which was shortly interrupted by the leaders of the other faction but was put to calm by the security personnel who were in the service.
The district superintendent Rev. Haruna Tutu urged the members to be calm because God has won the victory over the pit of hell.
Our correspondent gathered that the leader of these hoodlums have been arrested.
And there is calmness in the environment.