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Senator Abiru's Christmas Message: Fostering Unity, Sacrifice, and Economic Hope for a Prosperous Nigeria

The Distinguished Senator Mukhail Adetokunbo Abiru, FCA, Chairman, Senate Committee on Banking, Insurance, and other Financial Institutions, extends warm Christmas greetings to Christians and fellow Nigerians.

In his goodwill message, Senator Abiru encourages Christians to embody the virtues of Jesus Christ, emphasizing tolerance, love, and sacrifice as pivotal elements for fostering national cohesion and peaceful co-existence.

Addressing the nation's economic challenges, Senator Abiru urges Nigerians to comprehend the necessity of the tough decisions made by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, GCFR. These decisions, including the removal of petrol subsidy, unification of foreign exchange, and tax reforms, are deemed essential for rectifying long-standing macroeconomic distortions.

Expressing gratitude, the Senator thanks Nigerians, especially the constituents of the Lagos East Senatorial District, for their unwavering support of the All Progressives Congress (APC) during the 2023 general elections.

Senator Abiru joins in the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, extending his festive wishes to the esteemed constituents of Lagos East, Lagos state, and Nigeria as a whole.

Encouraging Christian faithful, the Senator calls for adherence to the teachings of Jesus Christ on sacrifice, nation-building, peaceful co-existence, and unity, expressing solidarity with compatriots during these challenging economic times.

With optimism, Senator Abiru believes that the nation will soon experience the positive outcomes of the bold and inevitable economic reforms initiated by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, GCFR, bringing comfort and joy to the citizens.

*Enitan Olukotun*
*Special Adviser to Senator Tokunbo Abiru*
*(Media and Publicity)*


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