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Easter celebration: NICOT President Magboh Enjoins Christians to Be Christ-Like

In the spirit of Easter celebration, the President of Nigerian Community Turkey, Prince Emre Magboh has in a statement enjoined Nigerian’s especially Christians to always emulate the Gospel of Christ and be Christ-like in their daily affairs with others.

Prince Magboh gave this statement at his office in Perpa, Istanbul on Easter Monday April 05, 2021 during a chat with journalist. In his Easter message, Prince Emre Magboh encouraged Nigerians and Christians all over the world to emulate the teachings and Love of Jesus Christ.

While observing the celebration with staff of Afaseh group and some members of NICOT in accordance to covid-19 measures, Prince Magboh noted that amidst the trending variant of the pandemic, he is grateful to God to share and celebrate the 2021 Easter celebration.

He recalled that the Easter celebration in 2020 was hindered by the lock downs in many countries of the world and thank God for those fighting at the frontline in providing vaccines to curb and effectively decrease the rapid spread of the virus.

He urged Nigerians in Turkey and NICOT members to always adhere to covid-19 protocols and wished them a happy celebration as he hopes for a more elaborate Easter celebration next year.

According to him, “as we celebrate the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, I enjoin all Nigerians regardless of religious affiliations to emulate the teachings of Jesus Christ so as to promote love among brethren”.

“Love is all we need to fight the common enemy bedeviling security, unity, peace and progress in our nation and the world at large”, he concluded.

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