Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku has thanked the Mbula Nation for allowing the State Government to bury late CAN Chairman, Rev. Ben Ubeh.
He said since Ben Ubeh contributed selflessly towards the development of the state it would be out of place to bury him outside the state.
Governor Ishaku maintained that though his demise was sad and shocking implore Tarabans not to allow his death dampen their morale.
The Governor applauded Religious leaders that have come out to speak on the sufferings of the people in view of security challenges rocking the nation.
In his message, President of the CRCN Caleb Ahima who spoke on “Be comforted in the Lord” reminded Christians of death which is a necessity as a result of the disobedience of Adam.
Caleb Ahima stated that parents who lived a good life, live a great challenge for their Children.
While paying his tribute to the deceased former Governor of the state Jolly Tavoro Nyame extolled the qualities of the deceased who lived a fulfilled life by touching lives of the poor and urged the Christian community to take heart over the demise of the late CAN burial
In his opening remarks, Vice Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria Apostle Paul Aina described late Ben Ubeh as a gallant soldier, who fought with his life to unite Christians in the state.
He thanked Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku for his moral and financial support that gave the deceased a befitting burial.
Benjamin Bukata Ubeh who died at the age of sixty-one hailed from Mbula kuli in present-day Demsa Local Government Area of Adamawa state.
He was the Founder of Jesus Glorious Army and Ubeh divine care foundation which caters for the physical and spiritual well-being of widows and orphans.
Ben Ubeh who was survived with three Children died on Sunday 25th in Zing Local Government Area.