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Peter Obi Calls for Divine Intervention for Nigeria During Holy Week

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During the Lenten season, Peter Obi, the 2023 presidential candidate for the Labour Party, has called upon Nigerians to utilize the final phase of this sacred period to implore divine intervention for the nation. Through a series of posts on his X account, Obi emphasized the significance of the Holy Week, particularly for Nigerian Christians, as a time for profound reflection and spiritual renewal.

He expressed his heartfelt wishes for an enlightening and spiritually enriching week, highlighting the Holy Week’s pivotal role in commemorating the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ—the cornerstone of the Christian faith. Since the commencement of the Lenten season on February 14, 2024, Christians have dedicated themselves to fasting, prayer, and acts of charity, demonstrating solidarity with the less fortunate through acts of kindness and almsgiving.

Obi underscored the importance of harnessing the solemnity of the Holy Week to earnestly contemplate the myriad challenges confronting both individuals and the nation as a whole. He urged Nigerians to seek divine intervention amidst these trials, recognizing that while human efforts are essential, the power of prayer can facilitate miraculous transformation and healing.

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Acknowledging the profound suffering experienced by many Nigerians due to pervasive insecurity and economic hardship, Obi urged the nation to unite in prayer for healing and restoration. He lamented the loss of lives, the anguish of families grappling with hunger, and the erosion of unity and cohesion in a nation once celebrated for its diversity.

In light of these pressing concerns, Obi implored Nigerians to entrust their nation to God’s care during this Holy Week, believing that divine intervention holds the key to overcoming adversity and ushering in a brighter future. He expressed optimism that by aligning their aspirations for a “New Nigeria” with fervent prayer and spiritual reflection, tangible progress and transformation could be realized.

As Nigerians embark on this sacred journey of introspection and supplication, Obi extended his wishes for a meaningful and impactful Holy Week commemoration, calling upon all citizens to unite in faith and hope for a better tomorrow.

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