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“Better days lie ahead” – President Buhari’s tells Nigerians on his Felicitation Message

President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday re-assured all Nigerians that better days lie ahead of the nation despite its current challenges.

Buhari gave the assurance while felicitating with Nigerians in a Christmas message he personally signed and made available to journalists in Abuja.

“I am deeply convinced that better days lie ahead for us as a nation as we make progress on all the major fronts where we have set our energies to surmount the challenges. I wish you all Happy Christmas celebrations,” the President said.

He described the commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ as an important opportunity for Nigerians to indicate love to each other and support solidarity by investing quality energy with their companions, families and the less-advantaged.

He said it was additionally an event to draw motivation from the model way of life and lessons of Jesus Christ, who he said always remained for what is correct, genuine and legitimate.

He said it was also an occasion to draw inspiration from the excellent way of living and teachings of Jesus Christ, who he said constantly stood for what was right, true and honest.

The President strongly encouraged allwhile celebratingto remember individuals from the military who had been making penances to secure the nation.

Read the full message below….

Dear Compatriots,

I felicitate with all Nigerians, particularly our Christian brothers and sisters, on the occasion of this year’s Christmas day celebration.
The commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ is an important opportunity for us to show love to one another and encourage unity by spending quality time with our friends, families and the less-privileged.
It is also an occasion to draw inspiration from the exemplary lifestyle and teachings of Jesus Christ, who constantly stood for what is right, true and honest.
The Holy Book describes Christmas as a festival of peace, joy, healing, hope and fulfilment. It kindles great expectations in the heart, irrespective of the challenges of the moment.
As we celebrate this Yuletide season, let us devote some time to pray and appreciate the sacrifices of members of our armed services to keep our nation safe and secure.
By the same token, and keeping with the spirit of the season, our gallant troops serving in the frontlines in the fight against insurgency; those wounded, lying in the hospital, as well as civilians who have suffered the brunt of evil and wicked elements these past years, deserve our fervent goodwill and sustained prayers.
The personal fortitude of these individuals will continue to inspire us to victory as we turn the tide against the enemy and annihilate those who work against the unity of our nation.
In this season of hope, let us remember to provide refuge to those who cannot enjoy Christmas at home with their families, or have been driven from their homes by insurgency or violence, particularly the Internally Displaced Persons.
Lately, we have witnessed an upsurge in the activities of trans-border syndicates who lure our youths to modern slavery through irregular migration. While we have stepped up our efforts to halt this wickedness against the upwardly mobile generation, and have evacuated some of our compatriots stranded abroad, we appeal to them to shun the allure of embarking on such perilous journeys.
I am deeply convinced that better days lie ahead for us as a nation as we make progress on all the major fronts where we have set our energies to surmount the challenges.
I wish you all Happy Christmas celebrations.
Muhammadu Buhari

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