Nigeria stays nice and filled with potentials regardless of its present challenges of nationhood and improvement, Kwara State Governor, Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq has asserted.
Congratulating Nigerians on the 61st Independence celebration of the nation, Governor Abdulrazaq stated “there isn’t any pretending that our nation is present process a very difficult section in nationwide improvement.”
“Nevertheless, I’m upbeat that we’ll emerge higher, stronger, extra united and affluent as a individuals,” the Governor assured.
He stated “we might not be the place we need to be, however our nation is unquestionably neither stagnant nor hopeless.”
Governor Abdulrazaq stated with extra doses of unity, patriotism, self-discipline, constructive disposition and perception within the energy of our range and ingenuity as a individuals, “we are going to attain our full potentials as the most important nation of black individuals on this planet.”
He congratulated President Muhammadu Buhari, recognized with and acknowledged his strides in infrastructural improvement and the efforts to curtail insecurity whereas fostering nationwide peace and stability.
Governor Abdulrazaq stated the individuals of Kwara State and the federal government would all the time present good instance in how you can reside and develop collectively in peace and concord.
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