The President of Nigeria GEJ and the First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, celebrated the Christmas day in the company of prominent Nigerians.
Their celebrations commenced with attending a special Christmas service at St. Mathew’s Anglican Church in Maitama, Abuja. Jonathan’s mother, Eunice, members of the Federal
Executive Council, and some past government officials, including a former Minister of information, Jerry Gana, were also present.
The service was led by Nicholas Okoh, who is the Primate of the Anglican Church, In a sermon titled “The
Jewish Messianic Expectations and 2015Elections”, he cautioned that the 2015 election would be a critical period in the country. NAN also reported that the First Lady read the
first lesson drawn from Isaiah 9: 2, 6 and 7, while the president took the second reading from Hebrews 1:1 to 12. Then the celebrations was later moved to the Aso Rock.
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