Osinbajo calls for sacrifices, prays for Buhari in Democracy Day message


Professor Yemi Osinbajo called on Nigerians to be ready to make sacrifices

– He said the country need people ready to do their jobs in spite of the odds

– The acting president said this was needed both from leaders and followers

Acting president, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has sent a powerful message to Nigerians urging them to be ready to make sacrifices as that would put the country on course to be great.

The Punch reports that Osinbajo gave this message at the 2017 Democracy Day Interdenominational Church Service held at the National Christian Centre in Abuja on Sunday, May 28.

Speaking on the theme of ‘The Dry Bones Shall Live Again’, the acting president said Nigeria needed teachers who were ready to teach and doctors who were ready to deliver their services in spite of all odds.

“When we look at our country, it is not the state it fell into that is the story but the story is how the people react when you see the nation that needs to be helped.

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“Who truly loves the nation? Is it the priest that said a prayer and walked past or the politician that looked and walked past or the Samaritan that took the wounded to the hospital, paid some money and said ‘treat him, on my return, I will offset the bill’?

“The nation requires those that can make the sacrifices to make it great. They are those whom Jesus spoke about; people that may not be of note but are prepared to make the nation great again. Some are doctors, teachers, young graduates.

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