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Federal Government has declared Easter holidays

Rauf Aregbesola, the Minister of Interior, made the statement, urging Christians to imitate Jesus Christ’s virtues of forbearance, forgiveness, compassion, modesty, loyalty, goodwill, and patience.

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To commemorate the 2021 Easter festivities, the federal government has designated Friday, April 2, and Monday, April 5, as public holidays.

Rauf Aregbesola, the Minister of Interior, made the statement, urging Christians to imitate Jesus Christ’s virtues of forbearance, forgiveness, compassion, modesty, loyalty, goodwill, and patience.

He encouraged Christians to imitate Jesus Christ’s characteristics of forbearance, forgiveness, compassion, modesty, devotion, goodwill, and patience.

The minister urged them to use this year’s Easter celebration as an opportunity to pray for our country’s peace, unity, and progress.

Aregbesola promised that the Nigerian government would leave no stone unturned in coping decisively with the recent spate of kidnappings, armed banditry, and other crimes and criminality perpetrated by enemies of the nation in various parts of the country.

“Security is everyone’s business,” he said. “I therefore urge all Nigerians and foreigners residing in Nigeria to show high levels of patriotism at this crucial juncture in our country’s history by supporting the efforts of all security agencies in ensuring peace and security of lives and property of the citizenry,” he said.

Amaka Odinakachi, a born writer. She started writing at 12, when she won the best writer in High School. Since then she stated to chase her dreams.

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