The Diocese of Minna Anglican communion has held the closing ceremony for the first session of the 12th Synod at the St. Peter cathedral church in the Niger state capital.

Speaking at the event on Sunday, the Bishop of the Diocese in Minna who doubles as Archbishop Lokoja province, His Grace, Most Reverend Daniel Abubakar Yisa appreciated the Priests and delegates from the different diocese who were present for the synod; stating that the Lord would reward their labour of love in the vineyard.

He charged them to be faithful stewards in their various stations as Christ expects them to serve faithfully.

The guest Synod Speaker Rite Reverend. Olukemi Gbenga Odutan advised Christains to be active and not passive about their assignment as everyone will account for all their deeds on the last day before God.

He also charged the church to begin to produce leaders who can stand against corruption as this was part of the responsibilities the church in helping to transform the country.

He also spoke on some of his expectations after the synod from the delegates.

Highlight of the event included the issuing of a communique developed from the synod.

It contained expectations from the Church, State and country which will serve as guide for the church over next three years.

The Chancellor, Anglican Diocese Of Minna Barrister Dr. Abraham Yisa shares more lights on the content of the communique in a brief chat with Search FM News