Easter: Tinubu Calls For Support For Displaced Nigerians
In the spirit of Easter, the All Progressives Congress national leader, Bola Tinubu has called for support for Nigerians displaced by violence and bandits/terrorists’ attacks.
Tinubu who spoke through a statement in Lagos on Friday stated that there is need to remember troubled Nigerians who are victims to the country’s insecurity.
The former Governor of Lagos State said this while advising Christians to take up the character of the Biblical Jesus Christ as they mark Good Friday ahead of the Easter celebrations.
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The presidential hopeful said, “This year has brought together the sacred days of two of the great Abrahamic religions and as Christians commemorate the sacrificial death of Christ, Muslims observe the Holy Month of Ramadan.
“In this, we are reminded that we Nigerians may be of different religions, yet we are of one family. We serve but one God.
“As we celebrate Jesus’ sacrifice this day, let us remember the millions of people who have been displaced by violent conflict and attack in our own nation.”
On Good Friday, Tinubu also advised Nigerians to remember their sacred duty to uphold the dignity of every human being and allow all who suffer to be close to their hearts and become their brothers and sisters.