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Mother’s Day: Anambra State APC Chairman Call on Mothers to Step up their care and roles in the Home

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Chief Sir Basil Ejidike the State Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Anambra State, has called on mothers in Anambra State and Nigeria to step up their care and role at the home front, more especially at this point in time.

He made the call at Church of the Holy Spirit, Bridge Head Housing Estate Fegge Onitsha where he celebrated the special day with Mothers of the Community. In His special goodwill message to women and mothers of the Anglican Communion of the church in the Community and State in general to mark their 2021 Mothering Sunday celebration, He urged them to reflect on the state of the Our State Anambra State and the Nation and to pray for peace and progress of Anambra State and Nigeria.

Chief Sir Basil Ejidike stated that the celebration of the Mothering Sunday 2021 is a good platform to preach peace at a time of strife across parts of the country. He also said that the call becomes imperative against the backdrop of current global pandemics like coronavirus and insecurity, that require more care and caution particularly at homes.

The Chairman urged women and mothers to rise up to the challenge by rededicating themselves to prayer and hygiene, while cautioning against non-chalance or aloofness on the ground that Nigeria is not yet the epicentre of the fast-spreading virus.

Chief Sir Basil Ejidike called women and mothers to imbibe preventive tips and measure to keep their families free from pandemics and that women are proven vessels of evangelisation and prayers, and it is a good time to deploy that special talent God gave them.

He urged mothers of the Anglican Communion to kneel in supplication to God on this special occasion to ease the pains of the sick everywhere and heal the world and also to pray for peaceful conduct of Anambra Governorship Election this year.

Source: KpakpandoMedia

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