House Of Reps Hopeful, Fawole Felicitates With Christians On Easter, Preaches Love

Federal House of Representatives hopeful, honorable Fawole Abass Olayinka, has felicitated with Christians in Nigeria and the world on the occasion of this year’s Easter celebration.

In a goodwill message personally signed by him, Honorable Fawole, A leading aspirant for House of Representatives, aiming to represent Ibadan South East/North-East Federal Constituency under the banner of the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP), said the Easter period provided an opportunity for dedication in service to God and humanity as exemplified by Jesus Christ.

Fawole, who is working diligently to contest in 2023, said Nigerians should be hopeful that the lost glory of the nation would be regained soon.

“Happy Resurrection Day to all wonderful Nigerian families. I am praying your Easter will be bright with the hope and joy of the risen Saviour.”

“ Let us all use this period to remember Jesus’ sacrifice and give thanks for what he brought to our world.

The PDP aspirant, called on Nigerians, especially Christians, to use the period of Easter to pray for unity and peace in the country.

Honorable Fawole equally called for concerted efforts to contain insecurity across the country, noting that as a nation, Nigeria is currently facing one of its most daunting challenges.

He used the opportunity to extend his season’s greetings message to the Oyo state governor, engineer Seyi Makinde for running the administration of the state with the fear of God.

Other PDP leaders greeted on the occasion of the celebration of Easter include Ambassador Taofeek Arapaja, Commissioner for local government and chieftaincy matters, chief Bayo Lawal; the Chairman, Ibadan South East Local Government, Emmanuel Alawode; the local government chairman of Ibadan North East, Ibraheem Akintayo.

In the list are other PDP punching arms in Oyo state such as Muyiwa Makinde, Abass Oloko, Dare Adeleke, Alhaji Isiaka Fatokun Abuye, Alhaji Dauda Yussuff, and Sulaimon Adeshina.

Honorable Fawole Abass Olayinka, however, called on the Oyo state citizens to go and get their over 700 thousand permanent voters’ cards that are currently with the Independent Nationaltoal Commission, INEC, so as to prepare themselves better for the 2023 general elections.

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