Christmas Cheer: Rivers First Lady, Justice Suzette Wike Visits New Borns (PHOTOS)

Christmas Cheer: Rivers First Lady, Justice Suzette Wike Visits New Borns (PHOTOS)

By Silas Ebeh | News Reporter on December 26, 2015
Rivers' First Lady, Justice (Mrs) Suzette Nyesom-Wike visits new born babies in the hospital on Christmas Day, December 25, 2015

Wife of Rivers State Governor, Justice (Mrs) Suzette Nyesom-Wike has called on Christians to always advance the cause of peace and friendship with a view to enhancing societal growth.

Speaking on Christmas Day when she led female government functionaries and wives of top government officials to visit Christmas Babies and other patients at the Braithwaite Memorial Specialist Hospital, Justice Suzette Nyesom-Wike said the Christmas period promotes love, peace and unity among the people.

She said the birth of Jesus Christ represents the highest level of love of God for humanity. The wife of the governor said it is imperative that all Christians emulate the qualities of Jesus Christ.

Justice Nyesom-Wike charged the people of the state to always to live for their neighbours for the required peace for development.


She said that her visit to the hospital was to celebrate Children born on Christmas Day, congratulate their mothers and also encourage other patients at the hospital.

“I am happy that we have our Christmas Babies. I am happy that the three mothers delivered their babies safely. These babies represent the future and God’s miracle to mankind”, she said.

The Governor’s wife prayed that the Christmas Babies will grow up to be a blessing to their families and the society.

Highpoint of the visit was the presentation of gifts to the mothers of the Christmas Babies and other patients in the hospital by the wife of the Rivers State Governor.

In her response, Mother of one of the Christmas Babies, Mrs Faith Ezekiel thanked the Wife of the governor for her commitment to the welfare of the less privileged.

Also speaking, Medical Director of Braithwaite Memorial Specialist Hospital, Dr Paul Ledee Kwa commended the Wike administration for placing premium on quality healthcare delivery.

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