Ndoma-Egba Sues For Love And Mutual Respect On Easter

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By Ushang Ewa

Senator Victor Ndoma Egba, SAN

The Chairman of the Governing Board of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba has enjoined Nigerians and Christians to reflect on the true meaning of Easter and imbibe the teachings of Jesus Christ.

He said the Jesus Christ teachings calls for the fear of God, peace, honesty and love for one another.

In his Easter message signed by the Special Assistant on Communication in his office, Clara Braide expressed optimism that the difficult times experienced by Nigerians will soon be a thing of the past reports The Leadership Newspaper and stressed that Nigeria needs prayers to overcome the challenges that have stunted development.

“Nigerians must use this season for a thorough introspection especially in their dealings with their fellow human beings irrespective of religious inclinations, especially in this moment in the nation’s trajectory,” Ndoma said and pointed out that the challenges faced today are no respecter to religious, tribal and even political inclinations.

Also, he called leaders at all levels to demonstrate the virtues of love, peaceful coexistence and unwavering commitment to the unity of Nigeria, free of injustice, corruption and other vices that have negatively affected the country’s growth.

“We should have love for one another, forgiveness, and mutual respect, and see ourselves as one and the same people irrespective of our different backgrounds,” he said.

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