Chief David Shola Aiyedogbon felicitates with the people of Kabba/Bunu/Ijumu Federal Constituency, Kogi State and the entire Nigeria on the occasion of the 2021 Easter celebration.
In a message made available by his special assistant, Mr Azeez Abdullateef, charvid urged the people of Kabba Bunu /Ijumu Federal constituency, Kogi west, Kogi state in particular and Nigeria at large, irrespective of whatever differences and calling to aspire to doing something different and meaningful to move Nigeria forward, in the spirit the huge sacrifice paid by the Lord Jesus Christ for humanity.
He called on the people of Nigeria to use the opportunity of being alive to continually strive to optimize our God given potentials to make life more meaningful for the less privileged neighbors.
Chief Charvid also urged Christian faithfuls and the entire Nigerians to fervently and unceasingly pray for peace and economic stability of the country.
He called on Christians to imbibe the virtues of forgiveness, selflessness and perseverance learnt during the 40 days of fasting and prayers, the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ that Easter celebrations teaches.
Chief David Shola Aiyedogbon called on the people of Kabba/Bunu/Ijumuand Federal Constituency both at home and in the diaspora to collectively imbibe the spirit of unity, tolerance and peaceful coexistence as panacea for overcoming the nations current challenges.
He pointed out that Easter celebrations is a season when we all ought to pause and reflect on our individual and collective roles towards promoting and sustaining that foundation of love, peace and harmony for which Lord Jesus sacrificed His life.
Chief David Shola urge the people of Kabba/Bunu /Ijumu federal constituency to see this period as a time that affords us to think about how we can each help to steer our constituencies back on the road to prosperity, by working in the spirit of togetherness.
He enjoins every citizen to remain steadfast in praying for the stability of Nigeria and wishing all citizens happy Easter celebrations.
Special Assistant to Chief David Shola Aiyedogbon (Charvid)