Pray for peaceful transition, Gov. Dickson tells Christians




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YENAGOA – Gov. Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa on Sunday called on Christians to see Easter as a period of sober reflection and time to pray for a peaceful and smooth transition of government.

In his Easter message to people of , he enjoined Christians, and adherents of other religions across country to live peacefully with another.

He called on Christians to imbibe and propagate qualities and attributes that made Jesus Christ to attain such massive global acceptance and followership.

The governor pointed that for the and country to make any meaningful , people different religious backgrounds in accord for a common goal.

Dickson reiterated the need for Nigerians to demonstrate true love and tolerance for each other at all times.

He also called on Christians to see the period as for stock-taking and fervent prayers for the peace, stability and development of the and in general.

The governor used the to commend the residents of Bayelsa for their peaceful conduct before, during and after the Presidential and National Assembly elections.

He urged the people of the state to sustain the peaceful conduct as the state and the nation prepared for another round of elections.
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Dickson called for prayers for the peace and of the country and a rancour-free transition programme at the national and various state levels.(NAN)

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