- Another prominent Nigerian has sent his good wishes to the country on Christmas day
- Ayo Ogunsan in his Christmas message called on Nigerians to imbibe the nine lessons of Christmas
- Going further, he appealed that it is necessary for the country to celebrate with a thankful heart despite the challenges of 2020
As Christians celebrate Christmas worldwide, Dr. Ayo Ogunsan, has felicitated with his business associates, friends, and Nigerians at large.
Ogunsan who is a prominent entrepreneur and philanthropist called on everyone to embrace the ideals of Christmas.
According to him, it is necessary for people to imbibe the nine lessons of Christmas. He disclosed this in a statement made available to Legit.ng.
The chairman of a conglomerate, Executive Group who also doubles as a Board Member, Lagos State Security Trust Fund (LSSTF) consequently called on Nigerians to celebrate the season with a thankful heart to God, despite the challenges of 2020.
“And of course the Yuletide often reminds us to stick to the essential aspects of humankind. Hence, as we all light up our homes, workplaces, and the streets with Christmas trees and lights, let us remember the nine lessons of Christmas.
As challenging as 2020 has been for businesses and individual economies, one still feels that there is so much to be thankful to God for, while looking ahead for better years to come."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Dino Melaye, a former senator representing Kogi West senatorial district at the upper chamber, has sent out his own Christmas message to Nigerians but his was quite unique.
Unlike other politicians who just wrote a simple message, Melaye did a video which would leave anyone rolling in laughter.
In the video, the former senator sang a popular song in the Yoruba dialect. After his special rendition, he said a happy birthday to Jesus and then went on to wish everyone a merry Christmas, even his enemies.
Earlier Legit.ng reported that some governors felicitated with the good people of Nigeria.
In his goodwill message shared on Twitter, Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state urged the people to deepen their faith in God this season, saying He has the solution to all problems.
Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos state described this year's Christmas celebration as an unusual one which will demand that people give up all acts that can increase community spread of the coronavirus.
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