Chief Emma Eneukwu, Deputy National Chairman (South) of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), says Nigerians should use the Christmas to reflect on numerous achievements of the APC as it performed beyond expectations.
Eneukwu said this in his Christmas message issued to newsmen as part of the party’s commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ.
He said we should use this season to reflect on the achievements of the APC and join in making sure that the enemies of this country, who almost looted and rendered the country dry did not come back to power.
“I want to urge Nigerians to use this period of commemorating the birth of Christ to reflect on our country and the need to make more positive progress by working hard to deliver APC during the forthcoming general elections.
“We must not allow those who almost liquidated our country to get back to power again because, doing so, would mean more troubles.
“It is time to work harder so that APC will continue with her positive reformation agenda for our dear country as we have performed beyond expectations,” he said.
Eneukwu also enjoined Nigerians all over the world to emulate the principles and virtues portrayed by our lord Jesus Christ as it is the sine quo non to having a fulfilled life.
The deputy national chairman noted that this year’s celebration is one which Nigerians should embrace with happiness more than others as we have unanimously conquered our fears and working harder to make things happen.
“Christmas is always a moment of reflection on the life of Jesus Christ by Christians all over the world where we show love and kindness to all.
“Christmas is a time of spiritual reflection on the important foundations of the Christian faith; when Christians celebrate God’s love for the world through the birth of Jesus Christ.
“We use the opportunity of commemorating the nativity of Jesus to also attempt to attain purity and devotion,” he said.
The APC stalwart said that, as a core Christian whose faith in God is unquantifiable, he understood what this year’s celebration means to Nigerians.
“This is because, we have through our hard work, faith and perseverance, conquered our fears, which are those things that divide us.
“Those things that have been used to create frivolous enmity between us and people from other faiths,” he added.