4th November, 2010
The Salvation Army Ministry in Nigeria is to commission a new hostel as part of activities to mark its 90th anniversary.
Disclosing this in Lagos, the territorial commander, Commissioner Jean Ludiaza, said the hostel was built for officers of the ministry in training.
He revealed that the ministry would organise a symbolic enrolment of 90 new members to represent the ministry’s activities in the past 90 years.
”Different people will come from everywhere around the world. Some special people from Zimbabwe and the United States will also come to rejoice with us here,â€ he added.
Some of the activities listed for the anniversary include a rally, praises and thanksgiving, commissioning of officers or ministers, musical displays and prayers.
Salvation Army has been involved in different social works since it was established in 1920 in Nigeria. They care for those in needs and engage in rehabilitation of disabled people and people living wit HIV/AIDS.