CHRISTMAS IS A SEASON OF SERVICE AND ABSOLUTE SACRIFICE-DR JANET EKPENYONG.

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By: ENEJI Simon Ushie.
The Director General of the Cross River State Primary Healthcare Development Agency and Commissioner Designate, Dr Janet Ekpenyong has called for absolute Service Delivery and dedication all through the Christmas yuletide describing Christmas as a season of sacrifice and love.
In a message to Christian faithfuls to mark the commemoration of the Birth of Jesus Christ, the highly cerebral Medical Practitioner reminded Christians of the ultimate love shown by God in sending His Only Beloved Son to redeem mankind urging them all to follow suit.
She likened the Sacrifices made and mood of the season to the lifestyle of commitment made daily by health workers in the state who in spite of limiting factors, offer uncompromising services to the wider Community.
She encouraged Cross Riverians and everyone to celebrate the season with a sharing and loving mindset in order to replicate God’s influences upon all.
“I want to wish all Cross Riverians and Residents in the state a very merry Christmas filled with love and fulfilment this period and beyond.
As believers God have set before us an uncommon practice of love by giving us HIS most precious gift, this is today been emulated by health workers in the state who give in all their efforts and resources in ensuring that good, quality and on time health services reaches the ends of the state.
I encourage everyone to share and show love to everyone around them in their own little way so as to have a fruitful and wonderful celebration.
Once again, I wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy new year”

Amawu Cletus Albert Amawu

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