Mr Asuquo Udobong of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has urged the newly inaugurated ministers to serve the country diligently so as to promote and build strong, sustainable democratic governance.
Udobong who is also the Agege Stake President of the church said this on Sunday at the Fourth Annual Conference in Lagos.
He urged the newly inaugurated ministers to remember that they had a huge responsibility ahead of them considering the numerous challenges the country was facing.
“We believe in honouring, obeying and sustaining the law; as core ministers, their responsibilities are the same, to ensure that their portfolio to ensure that they improve the lives of Nigerians.
“If each of the new ministers works individually and collectively, there will be unity, peace and development in Nigeria,’’ he said.
The cleric said that once they were able to do that, they would have succeeded in putting the country on the course toward greater heights.
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Source: Vanguard Newspaper