Xmas: AGAP Party, Engr Okey, Prince Samson urges Nigerians to embrace love, peaceful co-existence

Xmas: AGAP

DailytimesTv reports that National Chairman of All Grand Alliance Party AGAP Engr Okey chikwendu has congratulated Christians in the Party across the country and Nigerians as a whole for witnessing yet another Christmas celebration

He also urged Nigerians to embrace love, tolerance, generosity and peaceful co-existence which Jesus Christ stood for.

The National Chairman in a statement made available to DailytimesTv Through one of his Party State Chairman in Lagos State Prince Adewale Samson said the celebration offered Nigerians the opportunity to reflect on God’s love and compassion for man as epitomized in the gift of Christ to the world.

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Xmas: AGAP

Okey particularly thank all his Party Chairmen that only God will compensate all the Members of AGAP for their prayers during all the COURT Process in Challenging INEC illegality in the De-Registration of 74 political parties and prayed for victory very soon.   

Okey also enjoined Christians in the Federal capital ABUJA to use the Christmas period to reflect on their relationship with one another and show love to their neighbors, also urged the people to shun religious sentiment and work together for the progress of Nigeria.

This was just as he called on all his party chairmen members and citizens in particular and Nigerians in general to ensure that all celebrations are done in moderation and in adherence to all COVID-19 protocols to limit spread of the disease.

Prince Samson Adewale also use the opportunity to Pray for the National Chairman Engr Okey that lost Millions of Naira during the EndSars Sager, Samson said hoodlums broke into one of the chairman’s warehouse in ABUJA where he stored all his Aluminium Goods, etc. carted away, he prayed for God to uphold him replace all he lost and bless him bountifully, he also prayed that God will bring the perpetrators to book.

Samson also urged Christians to use the occasion to pray to God to intervene so as to flatten the curve of the Coronavirus. He said, “Christmas is a time for friends, for family and forgiving and sharing. This year’s celebration has presented us with an opportunity to once more show love and share.

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