Easter : Akorede LCDA Chair Felicitates With Christians, Urges Prayers For Peace
The Caretaker Chairman of Akorede Local Council Development Area ( LCDA ), Hon. Wahab Kazeem, on behalf of the management, staff, traditional council, political stalwarts of his council area has felicitated with Christians on the celebration of this year’s Easter.
The Council boss, in a statement released by his Information Officer, Kehinde Balogun, he admonished Christian fatefuls to celebrate this year Easter in a low-key as a result of the prevailing covid-19 pandemic , advised to show love to the less privileged who found it difficult to make ends meet but easier through receivings.
In his greetings, Hon. Kazeem congratulated Christ followers on successful ending of the forty days fasting, the passion week, which led to the crucifixion and eventual resurrection of Jesus Christ.
He enjoined Christians to exemplify the attributes of Christ whose life style was that of humility, peace, love, compassion, sacrifice and forgiveness even on the cross of Calvary.
Hon. Kazeem reminded christian fatefuls to adhere to directives from National Centre For Disease Control ( NCDC ) and government about handling the spread if coronavirus. He said during the celebration, people should avoid gathering of more than 10 people, maintain social distancing, observe regular hand washing and use of sanitizer to keep away the dreaded covid-19 otherwise known as Coronavirus.
“ Hon. Kazeem assured the good people of Akorede LCDA that he will continue to make sacrifices for the residents, defend their interests and ensure that the people always enjoy good governance.
“He said Easter is a period of fresh beginning, forgiveness, love and friendship. The council chair urged the privileged to reach out to the less privileged as everyone works to deepen the culture of true Christianity.
“While wishing the people of the state a Happy Easter Celebration, the council boss assured them of unrelenting effort of governor Makinde, said his excellency has provided maximum security to life and property before, during and after the celebrations.”