Easter: Philantropist urges Chritians to imbibe lessons of the season

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The founder of Kayode Adamolekun Foundation, Engineer Kayode Adamolekun has charged christians to imbibe the spirit of hope of the death and the resurrection of Jesus Christ brought to mankind.

In his Easter message, Engineer Adamolekun encouraged Nigerians, particularly the people of Ekiti state, especially those of Christian faith not to be despondent but be hopeful for a better Nigeria.

While calling for religion tolerance among all, he advised them to shun any act that disturb the peace of the state and be their brothers keeper in order for development to thrive in the state and the nation at large

“The lesson of hope that the death and the resurrection of Jesus Christ taught us should be a propelling force for all Nigerians not to be despondent but hopeful for the emergence of a greater and new Nigeria, where peace, unity, love and meaningful progress shall be the order of the day.

“Most importantly I urge you all to learn and emulate the lessons of love, humility, selflessness, forgiveness and perseverance shown by the Lord Jesus Christ through his death and resurrection especially at this critical period of our national life.

“I felicitated with Christians on the occasion of Easter celebration and I urged you all to embrace and praticalize the lessons attached to season. As we commemorate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ for the salvation of mankind, let us be prayerful and hopeful for better days for our dear state and country”.

He then advised all not to relent in their prayers for continuous unity, progress and peaceful coexistence among the people, adding that the country is currently being sustained by the fervent prayers by all well meaning Nigerians.

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