Independence: Gov Ahmed preaches unity among Nigerians

Posted by News Express | 1 October 2018 | 831 times

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•Kwara Governor Ahmed

Kwara State Governor, Dr Abdulfatah Ahmed has called on Nigerians to continue to promote bidding factors that would sincerely sustain the hard fought and won freedom by the foremost nationalists whose labour must never be in vain.

Governor Ahmed, in a statement signed by the Chief Press Secretary, Abdulwahab Oba on the occasion of fifty-eighth independence anniversary celebration, congratulated all patriotic citizens of Nigeria for the journey into nationhood.

According to the Governor, “It is therefore incumbent on us all to jealously guard our freedom and do nothing that could truncate the hard earned democracy.”

Governor Ahmed reassured all patriotic citizens of the country that the administration would remain focused in the pursuit of its programme to bring back the lost glory of this great nation in the shortest possible time.

Governor Ahmed promised all Nigerians that the Government would leave no stone unturned to bring smiles to the faces of the entire citizenry, saying that the government would explore those factors that bind the country together as an indivisible entity.

The governor urged Nigerians to cultivate a sustainable habit of brotherhood, eschew ethnic chauvinism, religious bigotry, political discordancy and sectional interest that has the tendency not only to tear the country apart but impede the pace of growth, development and progress.

“We shall continually engage with vigour and dogged commitment, programmes of economic diversification through accelerated development of critical infrastructures, qualitative education, indigenous industrial development and agriculture,” Dr Ahmed said.

He pleaded for continued support, understanding and above all, prayers for the leadership and Government of this great nation for enablement to bring to fruition the vision for a better and prosperous Nigeria.

 


Source: News Express

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