Adelabu Felicitates Nigerians At Christmas, Assures Stable Power Supply

Minister of Power, Adelabu Adebayo.

The Minister of Power, Chief Adebayo Adelabu has felicitated Nigerians on the Christmas celebration and has assured them of stable power supply throughout the festive period.

In his message to Nigerians on Monday entitled: “Fostering Unity and Progress”, Adelabu prayed that the season of love and sacrifice inspires unity and compassion among Nigerians.

The message read thus:

“In the spirit of Christmas, I extend heartfelt felicitations to Christians and fellow Nigerians. May this season of love and sacrifice inspire unity and compassion among us.

“As we reflect on the birth of Jesus Christ, a symbol of love and peace, let us emulate His spirit of selflessness and embrace one another across faiths and divides. Unity is paramount for our nation’s development, thriving in an environment of peace and tranquility.

“During this festive season, let’s prioritize giving, love, and remembrance of God’s love through Jesus Christ. Regardless of our faith, let’s unite in prayers for the peace and progress of Nigeria, our shared home.

“I congratulate President Bola Tinubu, our leaders, legislators, and administrators at all levels. I encourage Nigerians to steadfastly support President Tinubu’s government for the collective advancement of our nation.

“Furthermore, I want to assure all citizens that efforts are diligently underway to enhance our nation’s power supply during this festive season.

“Recognizing the importance of electricity in our daily lives, my ministry is committed to ensuring a more reliable and improved power infrastructure.

“We understand the significance of uninterrupted power, especially during celebrations, and are working tirelessly to provide a stable electricity supply.

“Your comfort and enjoyment during this Yuletide season are paramount, and we are dedicated to making substantial progress in delivering an enhanced power experience for all.

“Wishing everyone a joyous celebration and a prosperous New Year as we look forward to 2024. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Ahead”.

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