There’s hope for Nigerians in 2022- Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa

Delta State governor, Ifeanyi Okowa has predicted that 2022 would be a better year for Nigerians. This prediction was made at State Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols held at the Stephen Keshi Stadium, Asaba.

The governor who graced the occasion with his wife , Dame Edith, took the first lesson entitled “The fall of man” while his Deputy, Mr Kingsley Otuaro, took the second reading.

He said although, 2021 was though and challenging, 2022 would be better.

He enjoined Christians to believe and keep their hope in Christ.

“There is no doubt that the year has been very tough for so many Nigerians and the people of Delta are not excluded from the challenges of the nation”.

“But there is hope for tomorrow and all I pray and ask of you is to stay faithful in God and to realise that in Christ Jesus we have hope for tomorrow”.

“I thank you for coming to this event because in all things we have to give thanks to God and it is in an occasion like this that we appreciate God for our lives”.

We must realise that in spite of the challenges of the year we are all alive to see today and it is my hope and prayer that God will bless all of us as we enter year 2022″.

“It is my hope that year 2022 will be better than year 2021 and may the Lord renew your strength and provide you all your needs,” Okowa prayed.

Present at the event were the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives, Chief Ndudi Elumelu, Deputy Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Mr Christopher Ochor and Chief Judge of the State, Justice Theresa Diai.


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