Nasarawa State Governor Abdullahi Sule has urged Christians in the state on the need for sober reflection and reaffirmation of moral rectitude as epitomised by Jesus.
Governor Sule stated this in a statement signed by him and issues to journalists in the state.
According to him, the birth of Jesus Christ, symbolises love, peace, humility, and, indeed, dignity for the human race.
Sule further calls on all Christians in the State and in the diaspora to imbibe the spirit and teachings of this festive period by showing love and affection, sharing alms at all times as enshrined in the Holy Books.
He reminded all Christians of the significance of this sacred period to continue to pray for the sustainable peace, health wellbeing, and prosperity of our nation’s economy.
“It is also pertinent to note that this period epitomizes immense blessings, I call on you all to take advantage of this ample opportunity to pray for the restoration of peace, security and harmonious co-existence of our State and dear country”,
“As you celebrate this Christmas season, I enjoin you to be steadfast and prayerful with all sense of modesty.
Governor Sule further re-emphasises the need to continue to adhere strictly to the protocol of COVID-19 in order to control the spread of the virus, and re-echo on the outbreak of other associated viruses like the Lassa fever and Cholera in the State.
Nasarawa Governor calls for sober reflection on Christmas.