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Nigeria at 61: Kwara Gov. applauds Nigerians, sues for peace



Nigeria at 61: Kwara Gov. applauds Nigerians, sues for peace

HE Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq

Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara State has rejoiced with Nigerians on the 61st Independence Day anniversary.

The governor said the country remains great and full of potentials, irrespective of its current challenges of nationhood and development.

In his Independence message signed by his Spokesman,  Rafiu Ajakaye,  the Governor stressed that, “I join Mr. President and the rest of the country to felicitate our compatriots, especially the people of Kwara State, on the 61st independence anniversary. There is no pretending that our country is undergoing a truly challenging phase in national development.

“However, I am upbeat that we will emerge better, stronger, more united and prosperous as a people,” the Governor said in his Independence Day statement.

“We may not be where we want to be, but our country is definitely neither stagnant nor hopeless. With more dose of unity, patriotism, discipline, positive disposition, and belief in the strength of our diversity and ingenuity as a people, we will attain our full potentials as the largest nation of black people in the world.”

He further disclosed that, “I therefore congratulate Mr. President, identify with and acknowledge his strides in infrastructural development, and the efforts to curtail insecurity while fostering national peace and stability. Kwara people and our administration will always show a good example in how to live and grow together in peace and harmony.”

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