Easter Message: Saraki, Ahmed Call For Unity, Religious Tolerance

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Gov. Abdulfatah Ahmed of Kwara has called on the people of the state to be united and renew their commitment to the moral rejuvenation of the state.

The governor in his Easter message issued on Sunday in Ilorin, congratulated Christians for a successful completion of lent.

The governor called on Christians to imbibe the lessons of the holy period and allow them to reflect on their daily life.

“I urge Christians to remain committed to the service of God and humanity.

“You should be determined to show affection, care, and sympathy to all and sundry as demonstrated by Jesus Christ.

“As you came out pure and simple from this spiritual rejuvenation, you are expected to live an exemplary life of Jesus Christ,” the governor said.

Ahmed also called on the people of the state to pray for the success of the current administration in its determination to restore dignity and honour to the country.

He reiterated the determination of his administration to continue to serve the people of the state and fulfill his electoral promises.

Also, Senate President Bukola Saraki canvassed unity among Nigerians irrespective of their faith as they celebrate Easter. Saraki spoke after being turbaned as Baba Adini of Ansarul Islam, an Islamic movement with headquarters in Ilorin. He said Nigeria has potential to be great among the comity of nations if peaceful co-existence is maintained.

“Our democracy is on course. The National Assembly would continue to contribute its quota. However, we need to tell our people to continue to dwell together in peace and unity.

We shall get to the heights of our greatness with time,” he stated.

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