Yuletide: Kogi State CoS, Pharm. Mohammed Abdulkareem Jamiu Felicitates With Christians, Sues on Imbibing Significance of Christmas


Kogi State Chief of Staff, Pharm. Mohammed Abdulkareem Jamiu, has reminded faithfuls on the need to imbibe the significance of Christmas as reasons for the celebration.

The CoS in a Christmas message, asked christians‘’ to commit to peace and goodwill towards all.’’ stressed the need to make love, unity and prayers the cardinal message of Christmas.

According to the CoS, ‘’ We can all as Christians emulate the example of Jesus Christ. We can strive to be better than we are today, combining our faith with exemplary conduct.

We pray to God Almighty that the blessings and lessons of Christmas will spread all through our state and move us to be better people,’’ she added.

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He noted that ‘’the festive aspects of our celebration of Christmas should not be limited by the challenges created by Covid-19, Economic downturn and insecurity challenge facing the country”, assured that Nigeria is on the path to greatness.

‘’As people of faith, we know that God’s love is unlimited; that amidst the trials and tribulations that confront us, the Almighty still avails us many reasons for joy in His Grace and gratitude for His protections,’’ he argued.

According to Pharm Abdulkareem ‘’each one of us has a vital duty of personal responsibility as part of the collective action that is essential to curbing the spread of Covid-19.

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The CoS congratulated Gov. Yahaya Bello for making the state peaceful for a successful Celebration of the Yuletide, says the state is on course in terms of growth and development.

He concluded by enjoining the people ‘’ to make Kogi state peaceful and safe for everyone by upholding peace and harmony and congratulated all christians and Nigerians for witnessing yet another Christmas.

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