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CHRISTMAS GREETINGS: DG Advocates For Patience, Peace and Understanding

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by Happiness Samson

The Director General of Consolidated APC Support Groups, COASUG, Hon Harrison Asuquo Sam, has called for peace and understanding amongst the citizenry.

Sam made the call in his Christmas message to the Nigerians, Sunday, December 24, while chatting with journalists in Uyo, Akwa Ibom state, saying there is light at the end of the tunnel.

He admitted that the economic situation in the country is biting, but insisted that the new administration of His Excellency, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, should be given some time to turn around things through the process that has already commenced.

Hon Sam further stated that the moribund Ajaokuta Steel is about to be resuscitated, while the Port Harcourt refinery is almost set for production, adding that the industries have the capacity to revive the economy when they kick-start production.

He queried the rationale behind the calls for revolution when the renewed hope agenda is on track to revamp the ailing economy, saying that such calls are from selfish and destructive individuals.

The DG, who pointed out that there is strength in unity in diversity, stressed that what the country needs now is mutual understanding, and not divisive calls and acrimony.

He posited that COASUG from next year would embark on massive sensitization, awareness campaigns to drum support for the present administration like it did before and during elections.

He urged Nigerians to be steadfast in their belief in God’s infinite powers to complete where the administration of Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s strength as humans would end.

He stated that Christ being an epitome of love, humility and charity is anchored on the understanding with God, hence, ‘mutual understanding is the key’, he added.


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