Otti felicitate with Abians on Easter, prays against coronavirus

From Steve Oko, Umuahia

The 2019 APGA governorship candidate in Abia state, Dr. Alex Otti OFR has felicitated with the good people of Abia state on the occasion of this year’s Easter celebration.

In a release signed by his Media Assistant Ferdinand Ekeoma and made available to The AUTHORITY in Umuahia, Otti sent his “message of love and solidarity to Abians for the privilege of being alive to once again commemorate the death and resurrection of the saviour of mankind, Jesus Christ, whose victory over death brought eternal hope to Christendom.”

Otti reminded Abians on the need to draw inspiration from the Supreme and most memorable sacrifice put up on the cross by Jesus Christ to cleanse the sins of mankind, by exhibiting acts of heroic altruism and solidarity to one another, especially at this time of global health crisis created by the Coronavirus Pandemic.

The financial expert called on Abians of all strata, especially those in leadership positions to seize the opportunity created by the Coronavirus Pandemic to take a second look at life vis-a-vis its futility, in the face of the atmosphere of fear, standstill, uncertainty and near hopelessness which has enveloped the world since being hit by the deadly virus, and consider engaging in more acts of godliness and altruism that would at all times edify God and advance the welfare of humanity.

He enjoined Abians to continue to apply all individual safety measures while adhering strictly to the ones put in place by government to halt the spread of Coronavirus, and prayed God to continue to protect Abians until the virus is completely defeated.

Finally, Dr. Otti wished Abians a fantastic Easter celebration, and urged all, especially Christians to reflect on the essence of the Easter celebration and ensure that their conducts appreciably uphold the essence of the season, for the good of mankind and to the glory of God.

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