Central African Republic: Interreligious Peace Blessing Festival

Prepared FFWPU Central African Republic

After series of educational seminars given to the Baptist Revival Mission Church members on Tribal Messianism, a ceremony of blessing officiated by Rev. Mr. Noel Salogba and his wife took place on July 29, 2017 in the Baptist Revival Mission Church located in Mbembé 1 in the municipality of Bimbo / in Ombella MPoko  Region in Central African Republic.

Among the participants we had eleven couples received the blessing, (3couples of pastors , 4 couples of deacons and 4 Couples of members) including Pastor Nestor NDJOTENE, Founder of the Church received the Blessing. Also we hadHonorable Alphonse TEKATA, representative of the Mayor and Deputy of the locality, and Pastor Emmanuel GONOFIO, Professor of the University of Bangui, and Barthelemy KONZIAMA, Paul INIAOLOME Head of surrounding neighborhoods.

The program began with the national anthem of Central African Republic followed by the hymn of peace by the New Hope Choir.

And then we had all the different stages of the ceremony which were successfully followed.

This event was complemented by the New Hope Choir of Central African. And Media coverage was provided by Radio Maria of the Catholic Church and National Radio.


Mr. Alphonse TEKATA, representative of the mayor said “I am pleased that local authorities were invited to attend the ceremony. I am very amazed at what I saw and heard at this ceremony. I firmly believe that the solution to the problems of whole mankind and of our country which has particularly experienced political-military troubles can be solved by a stable family in which children receive a good education. I would like to thank the team of the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification. I encourage the FFWPU / CAR to continue the work and extend it throughout the whole Central African territory. I will make a faithful report of all that has happened to the Mayor and the Deputy of the locality ”

Pastor Nestor NDJOTENE, Founder of the Church said: “I thank God for allowing this blessing ceremony that I have wished for 30 years. We will continue to work with the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification in Central African Republic. ”

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