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Yuletide: Let’s make 2024 a better year – Dickson urges Nigerians

A former Governor of Bayelsa State and senator representing Bayelsa Central in the National Assembly, Senator Henry Seriake Dickson, has asked Nigerians to work together…

A former Governor of Bayelsa State and senator representing Bayelsa Central in the National Assembly, Senator Henry Seriake Dickson, has asked Nigerians to work together for a better future as the new year beckons.

Dickson, in his Christmas message to his constituents and Nigerians as a whole, said the message of the season is love, caring, giving to others, and making sacrifices, and charged Nigerians that working together in 2024, Nigeria will be better for all.

He said: “It has been a tough year with challenging economic situations that have tasked Nigerians. We have to keep working together to make things better in 2024.”

Senator Dickson, who represents Bayelsa West Senatorial District said: “The Nigerian spirit of resilience and being each other’s keeper should lead us individually to great decisions that would provide solutions to improve our situation.

“The Christmas is about the birth of the Saviour, Jesus Christ, which marked the beginning of man’s salvation and reconciliation with the Almighty God.

“As we celebrate the joy of Christmas it is also a time for reconciliation with each other, a time to make peace, a time to forgive, and a time to accept that we need each other,” the former governor said.

According to him, “It has been a bleak year for millions of Nigerians. Let us look around us and put smiles on the faces of others. Let us spread the enduring message of love for each other, now and always.”

 

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