Independence Day: Nigeria will overcome her challenges – Akeredolu

Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, has appealed to Nigerians to proceed to wish for the nation.

Akeredolu acknowledged this whereas felicitating with Nigerians on the event of the nation’s 60th independence anniversary.

In his Independence message, Akeredolu acknowledged that with unity of goal by all, the nation will overcome all of the challenges confronting it.

Based on the governor within the Independence Day message issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Segun Ajiboye, he stated that “the event presents one other golden alternative for the folks to affix palms in unison to want the nation properly in its march to glory regardless of tribe or non secular backgrounds.

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“Arakunrin Akeredolu attracts the eye of Nigerians to the second line of the Nationwide Anthem, saying the time is now for all Nigerians to serve their fatherland with Love, Power and Religion.

“He calls on the folks to proceed to wish for the nation, including that with unity of goal by all Nigerians the nation will overcome all of the challenges confronting it.

“He says with love for each other, the safety challenges will turn into a factor of the previous.”

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The Governor added that “the pains inflicted on humanity by the COVID-19 pandemic remains to be round, however believes that with the Nigerian spirit of resilience and resourcefulness the nation will bounce again into glory.

“He, nonetheless, urges the folks to proceed to take care of all the rules laid down by medical consultants till the pandemic is defeated.

“Arakunrin Akeredolu calls on the folks of Ondo State to eschew all types of violence because the state heads for the ballot, insisting that no election is definitely worth the blood of human being.”

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