Easter: NACA Extends Warm Wishes to Nigerian Christians

By Edward Samuel, Abuja
In celebration of Easter, the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) has extended its heartfelt greetings to all Nigerian Christians, wishing them a joyous and meaningful Easter season.



The Director General of NACA, Dr Temitope Ilori, underscores the significance of Easter as a time for reflection, renewal, and hope.


She highlights its symbolism, representing the triumph of light over darkness and love over despair.



In a release by the Head, Public Relations and Protocol  NACA,  Toyin Aderibigbe,
Dr Ilori emphasizes that Easter’s values of compassion, unity, and resilience resonate deeply with NACA’s mission to combat HIV/AIDS and enhance the well-being of all Nigerians. She stresses the importance of standing together in confronting the challenges posed by the HIV epidemic, drawing inspiration from the spirit of Easter to overcome obstacles and pave the way for a brighter future.


“In confronting the challenges posed by the HIV epidemic, the spirit of Easter inspires us to stand together, resolute in our commitment to overcoming obstacles and building a brighter future for all Nigerians.” She said.


With warm wishes, Dr Ilori extends blessings of peace, joy, and renewal to all Christians during this Easter season. She expresses hope that this period brings comfort and strength to those affected by HIV/AIDS, emphasizing the importance of collective efforts in bringing hope and progress in the fight against the epidemic.


“NACA remains committed to its mission of promoting health and well-being, particularly in the face of challenges such as HIV/AIDS, and welcomes opportunities for collaboration and engagement with the media and the public alike”. She added.

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