CAN Asks Government To Take Concrete Action Against Economic Hardship

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) is calling on government officials at all levels to take decisive action to alleviate the economic hardships faced by Nigerians and foster prosperity across the nation.

In a statement issued by CAN President, Archbishop Daniel Okoh, as part of his message marking Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the Lenten season, he emphasized the significance of self-reflection, repentance, and spiritual growth during this period. Okoh urged believers to embody the teachings of Jesus Christ by demonstrating love and compassion towards others.

Expressing concern for those grappling with financial instability and limited access to basic necessities, Okoh emphasized the need for immediate attention to the economic challenges facing the nation. He urged leaders to acknowledge the severity of the situation and implement tangible measures to support individuals enduring economic hardships.

Okoh called for collective efforts to extend assistance to those in need and advocated for sustained support from government leaders to alleviate the burdens faced by fellow citizens. He emphasized the importance of fostering an inclusive and empathetic society where the voices of the marginalized are heard and their needs addressed.

In closing, Okoh emphasized the importance of unity in creating a Nigeria where compassion and support for fellow citizens are fundamental values guiding societal actions and policies.

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