Lent: Pray for Nigeria, Buhari urges christians 

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PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has felicitated with Christians in Nigeria on the solemn occasion of the commencement of this year’s Lenten season and has urged them to pray fervently for the country.

According to a statement issued by the Special Adviser on media and publicity, Femi Adesina, in Abuja on Wednesday, the president expressed his belief that Nigeria’s existence as one united country is a divine arrangement and nothing should be done to put it asunder.

The statement said: “As they join their counterparts worldwide to emulate the worthy example of Jesus Christ who fasted 40 days at the beginning of His earthly ministry, the President urges christian brothers and sisters to pray fervently for the country’s unity and progress.

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“He believes that Nigeria’s existence as one united country is a divine arrangement and nothing should be done to put it asunder.”

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President Buhari enjoined all Nigerians to intensify love, brotherliness and concern for the less privileged members of their communities in order to strengthen the bond of togetherness.

“As Christians begin the period of increased prayers, piety, sacrifice and selfless services, the President wishes them and all Nigerians well,” he said.

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