Politics Democracy Day: Ekweremadu Congratulates Nigerians


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The Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, yesterday said left for the prophets of doom, the world would probably have been doing a one-year post mortem on Nigeria today.

Ekweremadu who stated this in his Democracy Day message signed by his Special Adviser (Media) Uche Anichukwu, said 2015 was particularly a defining moment for Nigerians.

He said 17 years of uninterrupted democracy was a great achievement for a country that had never experienced anything close to it.

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“Left for the prophets of doom, the world would probably have been doing a one-year post mortem on Nigeria, but God pulled us from the brinks. We must, therefore, take clear and deliberate steps to weld the country together.

“It is good to talk about the infrastructure or other achievements we have recorded in the last one year, if any, but it needs to be emphasised that more than anything else, we need to reinforce peace, unity, and patriotism. With these, we can take Nigeria to unimaginable heights, “he said.
 
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