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CAN SUES FOR PEACE IN CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION         

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CAN SUES FOR PEACE IN CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION                                                                                                       25-12-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                       President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Archbishop Daniel Okoh has felicitated Christians across the nation on the 2023 Christmas.

In a statement signed by Archbishop Okoh, “Christmas, holds great significance for Christians worldwide, serving as a poignant reminder of the genuine reconciliation initiated by God’s love to restore the hope of mankind to live forever”.

The President of the apex christian association in Nigeria charged christians to imitate the exemplary lifestyle of Jesus Christ who is the centre of the season, to champion peace, love and forgiveness within and outside Nigeria.

“In a diverse country like Nigeria, characterized by multiple ethnicities and religions, we must always strive to seek what unites and binds us together rather than what divides us”, the document in part reads.

The clergyman however called on Nigerians to use the season to keep hope alive for a better nation.

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