We’ve lived with mixed reality since Independence – Jonathan

We’ve lived with mixed reality since Independence – Jonathan

Former President of Nigeria, Dr Goodluck Jonathan has tasked Nigerians to keep faith in the strength of unity and stood firmly to uphold her honour and glory despite the multi-dimensional challenges confronting the nation. He however said: Nigerians have live with mixed reality abundance and lack, peace and conflict, hope and despair since nationhood”. Dr

Former President of Nigeria, Dr Goodluck Jonathan has tasked Nigerians to keep faith in the strength of unity and stood firmly to uphold her honour and glory despite the multi-dimensional challenges confronting the nation.

He however said: Nigerians have live with mixed reality abundance and lack, peace and conflict, hope and despair since nationhood”.

Dr Goodluck Jonathan disclosed this in his goodwill message to Nigeria on her 59th year Independence anniversary Celebration.

He also challenged Nigeria “to be committed their lives towards advancing the course of our freedom and wellbeing, which this day signifies”, adding that Nigerians “have always emerged stronger in the face of trials”.

According to him, “Fifty-Nine years ago, we walked into the road of political freedom when the Union Jack was lowered and the Green-White-Green Flag hoisted as the symbol of our sovereignty.

The former Nigerian leader, recalled that “Citizens sang for joy, with heartbeats of hope and eyes flooded with a new vision of liberty and justice.

“In these past decades, we have lived with the mixed reality of abundance and lack, peace and conflict, hope and despair.

“Despite the challenges, we have kept faith in the strength of our unity and stood firmly to uphold Nigeria’s honour and glory. It is for this spirit, that we have always emerged stronger in the face of trials.

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“As we celebrate our 59th Independence Anniversary, let’s honour the memory of those who committed their lives towards advancing the course of our freedom and wellbeing, which this day signifies.

“We should also be inspired by the efforts of our numerous compatriots whose heroism and patriotic endeavours have continued to lift the status of our nation.

“No matter the troubles that challenge our glory, we must not despair. Fellow Nigerians, let us strengthen faith in our country and work together towards a prosperous nation.
Happy Independence Day Nigeria!”, he said.

FORMER PRESIDENT GOODLUVK JONATHAN HANDING OVER TO PRESIDENT MUHAMMADY BUHAR (Credit: Reuters)
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