By: Bomba Dauda
Senator representing Southern Kaduna Senatorial District, Distinguished Senator Danjuma Tella Laah has urged the Christian Faithfuls across the world to pray for Nigeria as they mark the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ against the spread of COVID -19 pandemic.
Laah, who said this in his Easter message on Friday, stated that this year’s Easter came amidst when the world is gripped with a COVID -19 disease.
Describing the pandemic as unfortunate to the Christians Faithfuls, he regret that it was unfortunate that the Christians found themselves celebrating the Easter on a very unusual manner.
According to him, this Easter season comes at a very trying moment for the human race due to the Covid 19 Pandemic, stressing the Christian faithfuls should not forget the reason for the season, for which the foundation of their faith is rooted.
The Senator However, Urged the Christians to rekindle their faith in Christ who overcame persecution, sufferings and displayed endurance, steadfastness while on Earth.
” I urge you to exemplify the teachings of Christ, and live a life of perseverance, the core values of humility, discipline and obedience.
Adding,” There is no better time for Christians to remain steadfast, faithful, hopeful, intensify prayers and support Government believing the Country will come out strong through its trying difficult moments,” Laah added.
He prayed that for the reason of the death and ressurrection of Jesus Christ, the Christians are going to pull out stronger and become more resolute to be better Christians, adding may the good Lord take away Covid-19 pandemic and return Nigerians back to their normal lives.
Meanwhile, The Federal lawmaker call on all and sundry to abide strictly to the simple rule of social distancing by staying at home at all times, constantly washing their hands and adhering to personal hygiene as the fight against the Covid 19 get to all Nigerians.
” My sincere regards and respects go to all the health workers in the state and indeed the whole country for their efforts to clampdown this deadly disease,”Laah added.