Christmas: Don’t Be Discouraged, Keep Hope Alive – Dan Orbih Tells Nigerians

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A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Dan Osi Orbih, has advised Nigerians to use the Christmas season to reflect on the challenges facing the country.

In his Christmas message made available to newsmen on Friday, Orbih said the political instability and rising poverty caused by the Muhammadu Buhari-led government will be over soon.

The National Vice-Chairman (South-South) of the PDP urged the citizens not to be discouraged but to keep hope alive and pray for the country.

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He admonished Nigerians to use the festive period to reinvent the country through sustained value reorientation, and pursuit of justice and equity.

He said: “The nightmares will not last forever. The Christmas season, indeed, offers us hope that redemption beckons if only we take the right steps to enthrone a visionary leadership founded on justice and true love for all.

“As Nigerians from all walks of life join the rest of the world to mark the birth of Jesus Christ, the joy of the season is certainly far from the homes of many, as rising insecurity and poverty have caused most citizens to live in despair and anguish.

“Amid these challenges, it is tempting to give up on our dear country, especially as it confronts glaring acts of misrule foisted on her by a leadership bereft of vision and empathy for the masses in the past six years.

“I urge us all not to give up on Nigeria. We are too blessed to fail. Opportunities beckon only if we summon the courage to enthrone a leadership with the right vision.

“Christmas is a season for redemption and we can reinvent our country through sustained value reorientation, and pursuit of justice and equity.

“Let us keep hope alive. I wish you all Merry Christmas and a prosperous new year.”

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