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Easter: Obaseki tasks Christians on sacrifice, redemption, love

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Edo State Governor Godwin Obaseki, has called on Christians to imbibe the virtues of selfless service and love as exemplified by Jesus Christ, which is the hallmark of the Easter season.

Obaseki made the call at the weekend in his message to the Christians and residents of the state on the occasion of Easter celebration.

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“I join Christian faithful in Edo State and across the world in celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, whose sacrifice to redeem mankind is an enduring example to all.

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He said: “As we mark Easter, it is important to reflect on the lessons of selflessness, the virtue of love and redemption. I encourage everyone not just to uphold the love shared this period but also to ensure that it becomes a part of our lives every day.

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“With selfless service and passion for the downtrodden as key teachings on Easter, I enjoin everyone to be their brother’s keeper, work to foster peace and togetherness, and uphold the collective good of all in our dealings.”

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