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Nigeria@61: Let’s Unite For Peaceful Coexistence, Gbajabiamila Tells Nigerians

Femi Gbajabiamila at a retreat for the leadership and members of the House of Reps in Abuja on July 25, 2020.

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Honourable Femi Gbajabiamila, has called on Nigerians to be more united for the common purpose of building a country that meets the best expectations of all Nigerians.

Citing the well-known aphorism, United We Stand and Divided We Fall, Gbajabiamila in a statement on Thursday said unity is priceless, urging every Nigerian to drop their sentiments and work together for a better nation.

In a message marking Nigeria’s 61st Independence Anniversary, the Speaker re-echoed the fact that Nigeria is “the only country we can call our own,” noting that, “As far as I am concerned, there is no country on earth like Nigeria, and I know every patriotic Nigerian holds this view.”

He added that Nigerians must all work together to fulfill the dream of a nation of peaceful coexistence and abundant prosperity.

He said in the past 61 years, Nigeria has grown and developed beyond imagination, though he recognised the fact that, “we still have significant challenges we must overcome together.”

Speaker Gbajabiamila said Nigerian leaders were doing their best to see an end to the challenges facing Nigeria, especially the insecurity across the country.

He noted that such efforts required the support of all citizens, irrespective of political affiliations.

The Speaker reassured Nigerians that the 9th Assembly would always give the necessary legislative interventions to other arms of government to smoothen the task of governance.

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