Nothing less than 500 Muslims stormed Pastor Yohanna Buru’s home in Kaduna State to celebrate Christmas as a method of upbringing peace in the state.

The Practicing members of Muslim, which includes Imams, NGOs, youths, women, traditional title holders and NGOs came from different states in the North and other African neighbouring countries.

The togetherness was aimed at strengthening unity, religious tolerance and peace, in Kaduna state and Nigeria as a whole.

The General Overseer of Christ Evangelical and Life Intervention Ministry, Pastor Buru led the prayers at the gathering.

The Sermon of Pastor Yohanna Buru is giving below;

“It is also aimed at shunning ethno-religious and political differences affecting the state for decades".

“We are using the Christmas season to unite Muslims and Christians and to promote better understanding".

“My house has been occupied with Muslims and Christians alike, today I am the happiest person on earth".

“Am pleading with Muslims and Christians across the globe to use the season in promoting peace and unity".

“We have counted over 500 Muslims that joined us in the Christmas service at my home today".

“We all must remember that we are from same parents (Adam and Eve) and we all worship one God".

“Am really happy having other Muslims from Niger and Cameroun and some others from five different states of Nigeria that joined us in the celebration" he reported.

Dr Yusuf Nadabo, the former Head of Department, Anatomy, Kaduna State Polytechnic, stressed the importance of tolerance among various faith based organisations in the country. He encouraged Muslims and Christians to advocate for unity and peace for the country to move forward.

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