A GOODWILL MESSAGE BY HON MRS ADA CHARLES ON THE OCCASION OF THE NIGERIA’S INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION.

It is with great pleasure I extend my happiness and joy to you all on this glorious day that marks our independence day and also a beginning of a new month. 

It has been 60 years since our nation got her independence, for some of us, we may be younger, but we are a great part of this moving train. The grace that has sustain us as a nation, has proven without doubts the love God has for us. We have survived and live with the concept of “Unity in diversity” with diverse language, culture and religion, It is a prove that we have truly grown as a nation and a people. 

Yes indeed there are some setbacks ranging from corruption, poverty, ignorance and lack of jobs ; however one cannot deny that even the most powerful nations have these setbacks. It is therefore important that we take a collective efforts in rebuilding our broken walls.

Waiting and hoping on the government to do everything might not give us the desired results as hoped and prayed.
Let us strive to make our country a better and safe place by following the values and principles taught by our fathers. 

Let us spread awareness, knowledge, values and gain wisdom. Let us make this our Independence Day and new month resolution. 
If we as a local government follows these basic principles, we will grow, and gradually spread the tentacles of our new found light across and eventually it would lead to a massive revival across our country, making Nigeria great again.

I also will use this medium to wish every father /mother and also every son and daughter of Biase a happy new month and a joy filled independence day celebration. 
I love you all. 

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