Cleric Highlights What Nigerian Youths Should do on Valentine's Day

Cleric Highlights What Nigerian Youths Should do on Valentine's Day

  • The youths have been called to ignore acts that would affect their future plans as the world celebrates Valentine's Day
  • Lovers day to be precise, but the Chaplain of St. Vincent de Paul Hospital has urged the youths to keep the day holy and abstain from sexual activities
  • Meanwhile, the cleric extended his words of wisdom to married couples, admonishing them to mend broken fences on this special day

The Chaplain, St. Vincent de Paul Hospital, Rev. Fr. Peter Danlandi, has cautioned Nigerian youths to shun sinful acts, especially fornication while celebrating Valentine’s Day.

Danladi in an interview in Kubwa, Abuja, on Monday, February 14, maintained that youths should be dedicated to building a viable relationship that could lead to marriage, The Punch reports.

He advised married couples to use this day to amend issues in their marriages, create a bond that would not be broken, and pray together always.

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Valentine: Shun Immoral Acts, Cleric Tells Nigerian Youths
The cleric also stressed that love was required to build a strong nation. Photo credit: Guardian
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The cleric, however, called on Nigerians to show goodwill and love during and after Valentine’s Day.

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He cautioned:

“Shun crimes such as internet fraud, banditry, kidnapping, ritual killings, and many other negative activities.
“We should collectively stay away from anything that will keep God far from us by adhering strictly to our religious obligations.’’

Every February 14 is the day for the celebration of St. Valentine’s Day in which lovers exchange cards, gifts, or flowers with loved ones.

Valentine: Funke Akindele's sister bursts into tears of joy as actress and hubby surprise her with new car previously reported that while lovers are exchanging gifts and reiterating how much they mean to each other, Funke Akindele and her husband, JJC Skillz decided to go another beautiful route.

In a video shared by JJC on Instagram, the couple decided to gift Funke's sister, Abimbola a new car as a reward for her hard work as a staff of Scene One Productions.

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Immediately Abimbola came out and sighted her gift she burst into tears and knelt on the floor while holding her head.

Maleek of Ikorodu Bois surprises sister on Valantine's day

Meanwhile, different people showed off the different ways they celebrated Valentine's Day and one of the popular Ikorodu Bois made it special for their sister.

In a tweet shared on their page, one of the boys Maleek surprised their little sister with a customized pink Rolls Royce decorated with ribbons which is an upgrade of their usual wheelbarrow.

Fans could not help but gush over the video shared on Instagram which showed off the pink customized Rolls Royce with ribbons.


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