Despite its current issues of nationhood and growth, Nigeria remains great and full of potentials, according to Kwara State Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq.
Governor Abdulrazaq congratulated Nigerians on the country’s 61st Independence Day, saying, “There is no pretending that our country is through a very tough moment in national development.”
“However, I am optimistic that as a people, we will emerge stronger, more united, and prosperous,” the Governor stated.
“We may not be where we want to be,” he remarked, “but our country is neither stagnant nor hopeless.”
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“We shall achieve our full potentials as the world’s largest nation of black people,” Governor Abdulrazaq stated, adding that more togetherness, patriotism, discipline, a positive attitude, and belief in the strength of our variety and ingenuity as a people will help.
He complimented President Muhammadu Buhari, recognizing and identifying with his achievements in infrastructure development and efforts to reduce insecurity while promoting national peace and stability.
Kwara State’s people and administration, according to Governor Abdulrazaq, will always set an excellent example of how to live and prosper together in peace and harmony.