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ALGON Tasks Nigerians on Corporate Coexistence

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The Association of Local Governments of Nigeria (ALGON) has called on all Nigerians to be united and create a harmonious atmosphere for corporate existence in the country.

The association made the call in a statement by its National President, Hon. Kolade Alabi, in Abuja on Saturday to mark this year’s Easter celebration.

Alabi urged Nigerians to reciprocate the virtues of Easter amongst families, communities, local government areas, and the states, irrespective of their differences, culture, creed, religion, or denomination here on earth.

The ALGON president said he was gladdened by the unique evidence and uncommon coincidence of this year’s Easter celebration and Ramadan observance.

He said the coincidence had a deep significance in its message embedded in universal oneness contextualized in the realm of God’s filial bond tying both Christians and Muslims as brothers and sisters.

Alabi said in the light of this Nigerians should be reminded that they are inseparable before God, no matter their leanings.

“Beyond this obvious fact, I am quick to add that these symbolic spiritual developments signify the universal essence of love amongst all.

“It signifies the imperative of prayers, fasting for peace, justice, and development as exemplified by Christ here on earth during His short sojourn, His apostolate, His trials, temptations, death, and resurrection.

“All these have become the cornerstone and pathway to our salvation with a clarion call for emulation.

“It, therefore, behooves all of us to unite among ourselves to create a harmonious atmosphere for our corporate existence.”

Alabi said despite the current circumstances, it is only necessary that Nigerians take it to the risen Christ in prayers.

He added that there is nothing God cannot do especially now that times are hard.

“Let us continue to embrace the teachings and virtues contained in the Holy Bible and the Holy Quran with hope for a better future,” he added.

(NAN)

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