Let’s live in peace, Lagos, Ogun Speakers urge Nigerians - The No.1 Infotainment blog


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Sunday, 1 October 2017

Let’s live in peace, Lagos, Ogun Speakers urge Nigerians

Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Mudashiru Obasa, and his Ogun counterpart Suraj Adekunbi, have called on Nigerians to always live in peace with one another. Besides, they urged them to   continue to strive for the unity of the country despite the prevailing challenges. The speakers made the calls in their separate goodwill messages to celebrate the nation’s 57th independence anniversary.
Obasa assured Nigerians that the All Progressives Congress (APC) administration at both national and state levels is committed to the welfare and improvement in the standard of living of the people of the country. He said, “there is need for us not to relent in striving for the unity of this country. We’ve to share love among ourselves and be our brothers” keepers at all time. This is what’s called patriotism and what we need to sustain the continued growth and development of our dear country.
“We should remain vigilant at all time and avoid taking laws into our hands. We should remain law abiding at all time and cooperate as well as support government at all levels in their efforts to bring about improvement in their standard of living and enhance their welfare. Our government at all levels is committed to putting in place measures and programmes that will enhance development and growth of the country,” he said.
In his own message, Adekunbi hailed what he described as the resilient spirit of Nigerians and urged them to shun the activities of people who are bent on causing confusion in the country. The Ogun Speaker said it is only when Nigerians live in love that the country can surmount the current challenges posed by people he called ‘trouble makers.’
“It is to the glory of God and the resilience of the good people of this country that we have been able to defeat the sinister intentions of some people and groups who are bent on causing confusion in the country. We must continue to love one another, irrespective of tribe, religion or political affiliation. It is this love amongst us that has sustained this country and we must uphold it,” Adekunbi added.

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