Nigerian Cleric Celebrates Valentine’s Day With hundreds of Physically Challenged, Less Privileged and IDPs

A Kaduna-based Nigerian Christian Cleric, Pastor Yohanna Buru, has urged Nigerians to always show love to physically challenged and the less privileged in the society and persons displaced as a result of banditry, kidnapping and terrorism attacks.

Pastor Buru appealed when he led a delegation of Christian leaders of Christ Evangelical Intercessory Fellowship Ministry to Kano road, central mosque, Kaduna to meet and interact with hundreds of street destitute, to mark Saint Valentine’s Day.

He said their choice of the vulnerable groups was to show them love and care, stressing that, many of them were been neglected and rejected by society due to their nature, which makes life and survival difficult, especially during a season like this.

“This year’s Saint Valentine’s Day comes amidst insecurity, high cost of living, scarcity of fuel, banditry, and terrorism situation affecting peace and stability in the country.

According to him, “the best way to celebrate valentine’s Day is to spend the whole day with the less-privileged in the society, including the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and the Inmates.

Pastor Yohanna has visited many street beggars and orphanage homes to share love and care with hundreds of destitute to strengthen good relationships among the adherence of different faith base organizations in the state.

“As people around the world celebrate valentines’ day with their loved ones, sharing beautiful flowers and many Good things of joy and happiness, we deem it fit to select less privileged, orphans and refugees in other to make them understand that we loved them. We pray for God to help them overcome all their daily challenges,” he noted.

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