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Ekiti State Former Gov. Fayose Easter Message To Nigerians

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The ekiti state Ex- Gov, Ayodele Fayose, on Friday, April 19, persuaded Nigerians not to give up but keep hope alive on the challenges presently facing the country.

Fayose made this statement in his Easter message to Nigerians which was issued by his media aide, Lere Olayinka.

Fayose said, “the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus, has given mankind the hope that no situation is beyond the divine power of God.”

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The former governor charged Nigerians to stand for the truth at all times, added that “only the truth exalts a nation.”

In the Easter message which was sent to our source, Fayose said; “That our Lord Jesus Christ never gave up on his mission for our salvation despite the betrayals, humiliation and persecution is the reason we must never give up on our country

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Therefore, in the spirit of Easter, we must let our hope in Nigeria be as alive as Jesus Christ,” the statement added.

(NaijaNews)

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