Yuletide: Sen. Ama Nnachi Urges Christians To Imbibe Peace, Love


The Senator representing Ebonyi South Senatorial District and Chairman, Senate Committee on Diaspora and NGOs, Distinguished Senator Michael Ama Nnachi, Ph.D, has urged Christians to imbibe peace and love among themselves as they celebrate this year’s Christmas.

Sen. Nnachi who gave the admonition in a Christmas message to his constituents, which was released by his Media office in Abakaliki, called on Christians to seize the opportunities the celebration affords to rededicate themselves to God and live a Christ-like life.

Senator Nnachi who is also the Vice Chairman, Senate Committees on Air Force and Vice Chairman Senate Committee on Poverty Alleviation and Social Investment, said Christians should use the occasion of the Christmas to reflect on the life of Christ and emulate those great virtues associated with His life.

“As we celebrate the birth of our saviour, Jesus Christ, let’s reflect on His life and imbibe His spirit of selfless and sacrifice. His life of peace and love for mankind.”

He said despite the economic and security challenges facing the nation, there were still enough reasons to thank God and appreciate his goodness unto us.

He enjoined Nigerians and Ebonyians “to continue to keep hope alive and never allow the challenges confronting us individually and collectively as a nation to weigh down our zealous spirit.

He called on Nigerians, particularly Ebonyians to use the festive season to intensify prayers for the peace and security of the state and the country in general, even as he urged the people to continue to support the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) at all levels.

“On behalf of my family and the entire good people of Ebonyi South Senatorial district, I heartily rejoice with Nigerians, particularly Christians on this auspicious occasion of the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, our Savior.

On the 2023 general elections, he called on the Nigerian people, particular Ebonyi people, to get ready to exercise their franchise, even as he enjoined them to critically assess the past records and antecedents of the people seeking their votes in order to make informed choices.

“Once again, merry Christmas and a prosperous, healthy new year to all of us, “he concluded.

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