The Nigerian president described this year’s celebration as unique as he welcomed the country’s Christians, which is his final Christmas as president-elect.
On the other hand, After the February 2023 elections, his government will be replaced by another in 22 weeks.
“For the past seven years, we have had the opportunity to host members of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) community at Christmas, except for years when the COVID-19 pandemic prevented us from doing so.” He said in his letter.
President Buhari said he wanted to remember them as generous landlords and kind neighbours. For that matter, there is no way to celebrate Christmas as Pip opus to show true love, compassion, compassion, and empathy for the anode.
“We must not lose sight of the non-symbiotic relationship between Christmas and hope, Jesus Christ and humility, Christianity and grace.” He added “We will also talk about the unity of the country and how important it is, as we celebrate this holiday, to renew our commitment and shared determination to work for the unity and prosperity of the country.
Until the end of his letter, President Buhari is committed to continuing to provide political and material support to local governments, armed forces, institutions and individuals who wholeheartedly promote peace, unity, stability and progress in Nigeria.
“I believe that message needs to build on the progress the administration has made in the economy, particularly in infrastructure, food security, anti-corruption, security, and energy supply”, he added.
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