Your salvation will surely come, PDP comforts Nigerians – Punch Newspapers

Kayode Oyero

The opposition People’s Democratic Party has called on Nigerians not to be hopeless in the face of the economic hardships and insecurities witnessed in the last five years under the leadership of the Congress of All Progressives.

According to the PDP, most families have nothing to celebrate with Christmas, but Nigeria has not lost all hope.

The party knew this on Thursday in a statement titled “Christmas: PDP encourages hope, prayers for Nigeria”.

The statement, signed by the party’s state secretary for propaganda, Kola Ologbondiyan, reads in part: “The PDP stressed that while the apparent failures of the current administration have led to painful widespread economic difficulties and exacerbated insecurity across the country, Christmas is reviving faith in all hope. it is not lost to our nation.

“The PDP laments that under the prevailing circumstances, most families have nothing to celebrate with, many deeply regret their losses due to escalated insecurity due to the failure of those entrusted with leading our nation.

“Yet we must keep hope alive and find strength in God’s constant intervention, which has been shown to be a gift of salvation in the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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“Indeed, Christmas offers us a great lesson as a nation that, no matter how long the darkness lasts, is characterized by violence, oppression, economic repression, hunger, abuse of rights, disregard for human needs and widespread corruption, as we have witnessed in the last five years.” may seem to dominate, salvation will surely come as an example in the birth of a savior. “

The PDP called on Nigerians to use the Juletide period to strengthen the bond of unity as well as comfort and to fall in love so that the joy that Christmas brings is not lost.

“The party prayed to God for the healing, stability and prosperity of our nation, as well as the blessed celebrations of Christmas and juletide,” the statement concluded.