Former Kogi State governor, Capt Idris Wada , has urged Nigerians to embrace the acts of alms-giving, togetherness and peaceful coexistence regardless of ethnic, religious and political differences.
Wada said this year’s Christmas should be celebrated by offering special prayers for the nation,
In a statement, the former governor said, “as we celebrate Christmas, it is important for us to appraise ourselves individually and as a people. Let us in the spirit of the festivity demonstrate propriety and moral values in our daily pursuits.
“Nigeria is blessed as a multireligious country and as such, we should not allow personal sentiments override our collective resolve to have a united and indivisible country. We can only attain greatness as a nation through peace, unity and harmony.”
The former governor tasked people at the helm at all levels of government to make the people’s welfare a top priority on their agenda.