Developing… Nigeria To Celebrate 60th Anniversary On Flamboyant Note…

Developing… Nigeria To Celebrate 60th Anniversary On Flamboyant Note…

Abuja Nigeria’s Federal capital Territory is ago right now as the nation prepares for its Diamond Jubilee anniversary tomorrow, Thursday, October 1, 2020. Ahead of the parade at the Eagles Square Abuja tomorrow eagle eyed security personnel are every around the vicinity as President Muhammadu and his vice, Prof Yomi Osibanjo are expected there.

Lai Mohammed, the Information Minister and Chairman Branding/Media and Publicity subcommittee of Nigeria’s 60th Independence Anniversary disclosed that all routes leadin to the place will be blocked. Shehu Shagari Way, Almadu Bello Way, Outward and Inward Bound Airport Road, are right now closed to traffic while workers at the Federal Secretariat Complex were asked and indeed left the premise by 20pm today.             

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Meanwhile,

NIGERIA @ 60: Why Sen Nnamani Advocates For Equity And Justice

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Senator Chimaroke Nnamani, former Governor of Enugu State and Senator representing Enugu East Senatorial District in the Senate, has said that unless that justice, equity and fairness prevail in the polity, Nigeria unity continue to be a mirage.

Allocation of resources, he insisted, should be done fairly and justly, saying it is the panacea to continued peace and unity of the country.

His word, “this is the cardinal principle leaders at all levels must apply in management and administration of the society.”

Nnamani said this in his goodwill message to Nigerians to mark the nation’s 60th Independence anniversary. He bemoaned the socio- economic and political malaise bedeviling the country and believed that it can be remedied if Nigerians work together with equity and justice as their watchwords. 

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The lawmaker was optimistic that the hope of a united and prosperous country envisaged at independence on October 1, 1960 can still be achieved “if we work as a team like a people with a common purpose and mission.”

The senator lamented over the incessant ethno-religious conflicts in parts of the country, the unabating insecurity and the infrastructural deficits that have continued to retard the nation’s growth and maintained that the shortcomings are redeemable “if we can return to the drawing boards and fashion out a workable blueprint that will guarantee all citizens freedom and security in any part of the country without fear of intimidation or molestation.”

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Shorts

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Uche Nwosu is a two time Shell Petroleum PLC award winner in the year 2000; He won the Shell Award on Investigative Journalism and Environmental Cleanliness.

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